Jim Geraghty writes that in the new Star Wars movie, Episode III, toy marketer and once-popular director George Lucas implies that George W. Bush is on the dark side of the Force:
I read in a comment under the Libertas posting that the new film has recently-turned-badguy Anakin scream, "You are either with me or against me." I understand the novelization has him say, "Don't make me kill you, Obi-Wan. If you are not with me, you are against me." President Bush said in his post-9/11 national address, "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists."Geraghty unfortunately doesn't link to the Libertas comment he read (I think it's this one), or to an alleged statement by Lucas that the Imperial Stormtroopers getting crushed by primitive Ewoks in Return of the Jedi were meant to symbolize America's defeat in Vietnam.
Sheesh. As if Ewoks weren't hated enough already.