April 18, 2011, - 1:24 pm

Incredibly Absurd Dumbass Quote of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel

They’re a wonderful family.  They’ve been misunderstood just like our family.

–Dina Lohan, mother of Lindsay Lohan, on the John Gotti family of the Gambino Mafia organized crime family, on “Extra,” the celebrity entertainment show, over the weekend.

The Lohans & the Gottis: “Wonderful & Misunderstood”

John Travolta is making a movie about John Gotti, the late Don of the Gambino family, one of the few remaining Mafia crime families left in America, today.  Travolta is casting himself as the senior Gotti and Lindsay Lohan as the very tacky Victoria Gotti.

John Gotti, Sr. gave the orders to murder countless people.  Many peoples’ lives were destroyed because of him.  Countless families were destroyed.  Yes, many were criminals and got caught up in the mob, but some were not and were innocents caught in the crossfire. I like a good mob movie like many other people.  But make no mistake, these people are criminals, the lowest scum of the earth, not to be glorified or complimented.  Gotti’s wife and children knew what he was involved in, and some of them were involved, too.  Mysteriously, all of them, including former FOX News personality Victoria Gotti, lived in giant mansions, and no one knows where the money really came from.  Uh, no, there is nothing “misunderstood” about these sleazebags and accomplices.  Nothing misunderstood at all.  (And, unfortunately, since the Gottis are involved in making the movie, it will probably glorify them and their scumbag of a father.)

Neither “Wonderful” Nor “Misunderstood”

For this moronic, malpracticed parent and pimpette stage mother, Dina Lohan, to call the Gottis wonderful or misunderstood has to be the most dumbassed statement I’ve heard in a while. You know she can’t possibly believe the fertilizer she’s selling.

Uh, no, Dina, we didn’t misunderstand the Gottis.  And we didn’t misunderstand the nutty, messed up Lohan family either.

Neither “wonderful,” nor “misunderstood.” Not even close.

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11 Responses

Hey Debbie,
Just thought you should know that John Gotti was involved with the Gambino family not the Genovese family. As for this movie and Lohan’s statements, why pay money to see this movie when we know where and to whom the profits are going.

one Irish Jew on April 18, 2011 at 1:58 pm

    She said Gambino, mate!

    BLESS ISRAEL on April 18, 2011 at 2:35 pm

Lindsay’s face seems to be following the track of continued hard living; late nights with drugs and alcohol and inadequate nutrition. Reminds me of those time lapse photo examples of people on meth only what you show, Debbie, is a short vignette with Lindsay’s photo sequence.

jake49 on April 18, 2011 at 2:02 pm

Travolta is a Scientologist. His behaviors make sense within that context.

Occam's Tool on April 18, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    Yeah, the Church of Scientology is just organized crime.

    Travolta and Lohan as Gottis, trash playing trash. Great casting.

    Xenu the Alien on April 21, 2011 at 1:29 pm

Lindsay Lohan is the perfect choice from Central Casting. Who else would you have to play Gotti’s daughter than a bad girl always in trouble with the law?

That said, organized crime is a corrupt and evil business. It does more harm than good.

No movie glorifying the Italian Mafia will change it.

NormanF on April 18, 2011 at 7:30 pm

I have no idea whether or not the people making this film intend to portray the family in a sympathetic manner or not, but I will say this much…it IS certainly inspired casting.

Irving on April 18, 2011 at 8:49 pm

This movie is another example of Hollywood dementia. In the old days movies were about heros. About good people whom youth wanted to emulate.Nowdays movies are about sickos and degenerates. Just like the ones making them.

Jerry on April 19, 2011 at 10:06 am

    You’ve been watching too much Ozzie and Harriet. Films about “bad guys” have been around forever. Ever see Guys and Dolls, Bonnie and Clyde, On the Waterfront, etc…. ?

    Terry on April 20, 2011 at 7:56 am

Well I am just going to say if this is “american culture”. then I will say can see why SOME of our enemies have come to despise us.

Mario on April 19, 2011 at 2:10 pm

To hell with the Italian mob.

Truth on April 21, 2011 at 8:37 am

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