Are our leaders behaving like “Thelma and Louise,’’ flirting with disaster, thumbing their noses at our nation’s economic livelihood? Here’s more on that reference — as well as other pop culture forays in the business world and off cliffs, fiscal and otherwise.
'Let's keep goin'Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis, playing an Arkansas housewife and a waitress, shoot a rapist and flee in a 1966 Thunderbird in 1991's "Thelma and Louise.'' As the authorities closed in, the two characters find themselves facing a world-class cliff (the Grand Canyon). "Let's keep goin','' Davis tells Sarandon. See the last minute.Fotos International/Getty Images