|Neal Rauhauser as Cast Member in "Deliverance"|
Strangely enough, another commenter had also thought the very same thing, and noted that we are fast approaching the 40th anniversary of the film "Deliverance," starring Burt Reynolds, Jon Voight, Ned Beatty and Ronny Cox as the fishermen. The foursome venture too far into the backwoods of Georgia where they are accosted by three twisted hillbillies of the homosexual persuasion.
So, in honor of the film and of Neal Rauhauser and the company he keeps, I downloaded the photo and Photoshopped Neal as one of the hillbillies. This is not to insinuate Neal is gay, only to insinuate that he is a twisted hillbilly who keeps bad company. I am still hoping he will go back on his meds and become a normal human being.
The "Deliverance" theme song would be an appropriate accompaniment, possibly for use by the nonprofit "Justice Through Music," one of the Kimberlin associated nonprofits for leftist indoctrination.
Here is a scene from the film, where one of the fishermen strikes up a duet with a hillbilly boy (the product of incestuous relationships among the hill folk), playing his guitar in accompaniment to the boy's banjo. The result is a rousing battle of strings known as "Dueling Banjos." This could be Neal Rauhauser's theme song.