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Topic - Richard Parker
Ang Lee manages to take an unfilmable story and suffuse it with astonishing energy in his adaptation of "Life of Pi."
"Life of Pi" is one of those lyrical, internalized novels that should have no business working on the screen. Quite possibly, it wouldn't have worked if anyone but Ang Lee had adapted it.
President Obama is turning to one of his most lethal political weapons — former President Clinton — as he tries to take advantage of some Romney missteps this week by having Mr. Clinton make the case for his re-election in some ways better than the president can himself.
Bill Clinton is a president who loves the limelight and being adored, and is so good at performing on a grand stage that there's always a chance he will overshadow anyone that comes after him. On Wednesday night, his charisma and spotlight-stealing skills faced a major test as he spoke for another Democratic candidate, President Obama.
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"[Clinton] was generally identified as a neo-Democrat who was more friendly to business and limited government," Mr. Parker said. "And the way he triangulated his Democratic colleagues in the Congress when he ran for a second term — there was a lot of resentment over that."
Mr. Parker also said Mr. Clinton's insertion into the campaign dredges up the "shame and embarrassment" of the Monica Lewinsky scandal when Democrats were forced to defend his behavior and takes issue with how he has spent his time since leaving office.