Liberals Get Out The Garlic Cloves In Effort To Wave Off Propaganda

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    [Even though Barack Hussein Obama is still president and one major highlight of his presidency was the Navy Seals strike against Osama bin Laden, most Liberals, upon the recent release of the movie "Act Of Valor" insist upon showing their true colors, and if they had their 'druthers, they'd still rather be spitting upon returning servicemen anyday, as they did so conspicuoulsy in the Vietnam War era, instead of praising them. Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano's remarks characterizing the returning Iraq War Veteran as the greatest threat to America's security today, as well as her remark early in the administration "Its a bright warm, sunny day in April, 2009. The War On Terror is over!" the true baseline of Liberal thinking.]

    "Liberals Decide They Don’t Like Propaganda

    Act of Valor opened last weekend to an enthusiastic response from movie-goers–it topped all films with a $24.5 million gross–but a less enthusiastic reaction from liberal critics and pundits. A common theme was that Act of Valor is propaganda. Thus, the Washington Post headlined: “‘Act of Valor’ with real-life SEALs: new breed of war movie or propaganda?” Ann Hornaday wrote:

    But the surprising, if not unprecedented, use of so many active-duty military personnel, as well as the filmmakers’ embedded access to training missions and material (including a nuclear submarine) have put “Act of Valor” in the crosshairs of critics who question whether the movie crosses the line between entertainment and propaganda, and whether the military should be in the movie business at all.

    Ms. Hornaday’s article contains a number of howlers–I love her reference to “the Obama era of surgical warfare”–but she was far from the only one to float the idea that Act of Valor is propaganda. Other liberals have called the movie “a poor act of military propaganda, A display of heroism or American propaganda? a flashy piece of propaganda, Hollywood war propaganda, and the Pentagon’s amnesia-inducing propaganda."

    Liberals Decide They Don’t Like Propaganda | Power Line
     
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    Oh what a steaming pile of road apples.

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    [Maybe we should reward these guys for their tweets the same way the conquering Japanese rewarded the British soldiers for surrendering at Singapore, February, 1942. You know they'll be among the loudest screaming bloody murder when Sharia Law becomes the law of the land and the Islamofascists are busy stringing the perves to the crossbars of the athletic field goalposts]

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