Saturday, November 10, 2007

Hollywood is casualty of war as movie-goers shun Iraq films

Hollywood is casualty of war as movie-goers shun Iraq films

It's interesting to note that not a single "expert analyst" ventured the obvious; that it's not that we can see it on TV for free. It might well be that the American public, at least the grownups, actually understands we're AT WAR and is a lot more supportive of what we're trying to accomplish in Iraq than the anti-American, unpatriotic and treasonous pinheads in Hollywood.

Making a movie that puts our soldiers in a bad light in a time of war is treason. Yes, not every soldier is a Boy Scout. There have been some bad apples. But to make a movie about them and not about the many good deeds? It empowers the enemy and it costs lives. Some of the dead and wounded are directly attributed to these kinds of anti-American sentiment. They're on your head, Hollywood.

If Hollywood had tried this in WWII, Korea or Vietnam they would have been... well nobody would pay to see their stupid movie, to say the least. Oh wait, that's happening now.

Shows like The Unit prove that it's not that Americans don't want to see war movies. They just don't want to see our soldiers portrayed in a negative way in a time of active war.

Pardon me, Hollywood. Your communism is showing.


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