By Max Rugemer | Monday, March 20th, 2006 at 9:44 am
Here’s an example of Democratic Party “Treason” using brainwashing & ignorance to try to return to power.
by Arnold Ahlert
March 20, 2006 — ANTI-WAR protesters, like those marching yesterday, have three common traits.
Historically ignorant: “War is not the answer”? Ask the millions liberated from the evils of Nazism, fascism and communism.
Clueless about human nature: “Give peace a chance”? The marchers may ignore 9/11, Madrid, Bali, London, etc., and believe that if we lay down our arms, the Islamo-fascist thugs will, too. The rest of us have to live in the real world.
Ungrateful: The freedom to demonstrate against war has been secured by those willing to fight and die for it. Familiarity breeds contempt; perhaps it is being “familiar” with freedom for their entire lives that makes these demonstrators so “contemptuous” of it.
From the New York Post.
And here’s the Democrat MEDIA at work & it’s having more effect than Conservatives want to acknowledge since all you have to do is look at the Bush Administration’s poll numbers.
V for vendetta, T for terrorist, and A for “that’s a-okay”
Mar 20, 2006
Review by Megan Basham
I have seen the terrorist, and he is me. And you. And all of us. So says Evey (Natalie Portman), an acolyte of V (Hugh Weaving), the swashbuckling savior of future England who disguises himself as Guy Fawkes.
But donâ€™t worry, because being a terrorist is now a good thing. As we’ve been told by the media, one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighterâ€¦or masked superhero as the case may be….
… the script takes glee in constantly referring to the “former United States of America” and “their war” that left them “the worldâ€™s leper colony?” …. The fact the film’s release had to be postponed when Vâ€™s final heroic act of loading explosives onto a subway car in the London underground proved too realistic illustrates how in-sync the Wachowskiâ€™s are with actual terrorists. Forget not being worth the price of admission, this ode to Al Zarqawi and his ilk certainly wasnâ€™t worth the price of pretty Miss Portmanâ€™s flowing mane of chestnut hair….
The fact the film’s release had to be postponed when Vâ€™s final heroic act of loading explosives onto a subway car in the London underground proved too realistic illustrates how in-sync the Wachowskiâ€™s are with actual terrorists. Forget not being worth the price of admission, this ode to Al Zarqawi and his ilk certainly wasnâ€™t worth the price of pretty Miss Portmanâ€™s flowing mane of chestnut hair.
Thankfully, cartoonish acting and a juvenilely self-reverential plot means no one except teenage boys (the ones in the row in front of me kept muttering, “Yeah, anarchy!” as London blazed) and crazed George Clooney disciples will take this movie’s “important ideas” seriously.
Those are the people who are this very moment wailing, “Free speech! Free speech! The Wachowskis have every right to promote their beliefs!” To them I say, yep, they sure do.
And I have the right to unmask them for the ignorant, irresponsible, paranoid filmmakers that they are.
You can read the entire article at Townhall.
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