Genre: Political Satire
Action: Hiding something
Word Count: 98
God Bless America
To compete with The Kardashians, a new reality show was pitched. Multiple networks vied for the contract. Bravo won.
Forget “House of Cards.” Think outside the box. Why pay actors, writers, set designers, seamstresses? Let’s stream the First Family 24/7.
In the comfort of their easy chairs, Americans can discover the secrets politicians hide, revel in all their relationship foibles, uncover the real power brokers pulling government’s strings.
Best of all, just like “American Idol,” citizens can cast their votes via text without having to lift another finger. They decide who stays, who goes.
A perfect democracy.