In Memory Of Eileen Tuuri Friend and Co-Blogger. Thank You Eileen...For Everything.
All I know is that it started with this incomprehensible column in the WSJ.It includes pearls like...when our artistic community is ready to show that sometimes men must kill in order to preserve life; that sometimes they must violate their values in order to maintain those values; and that while movie stars may strut in the bright light of our adulation for pretending to be heroes, true heroes often must slink in the shadows, slump-shouldered and despised -- then and only then will we be able to pay President Bush his due and make good and true films about the war on terror.So the freepers are lapping it up eagerly, are they? I was reluctant to believe that until I saw the trend of the comments the WSJ chose to post on the piece.I wonder who this makes McCain. Aunt Harriet?
Perhaps that's when Hollywood conservatives will be able to take off their masks and speak plainly in the light of day.Didn't John Voight just write an editorial for the Moonie Times?
And what about a little thing called The Path to 9/11, while we're at it?Conservative Hollywood: "no cheese without whine."Extraordinary article in its way, primarily for its dissonance. Imagine seeing everything through that particular ideological lens. Dizzying.
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