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The Bloody Company Hollywood Keeps

Dogstar Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:49 AM
It amazes me how these progressives can overlook atrocities and hold the perps in high esteem. The empathy for victims is absent while the ideology justifies the crime. Can you say Mao or Stalin?
Robert3624 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 12:39 PM
Anyone that tried to claim the same "Freedom Fighter" status on Lee Harvey Oswald or James Earl Ray would be soundly denounced by the Liberal Left, yet their status as Freedom Fighters makes the same amount of sense as making Boudin and Gilbert Freedom Fighters. They are terrorists - end of discussion.
gungy Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 12:13 PM
That's the mindset for sure. The disconnect between progs and decency and humanity while killing in the name of those very things is frightening. And you can add Pol Pot to that list. He did the same things as the Weather Underground, only the scale is different. The ideology and the method is the same. Give Ayers and Dorn the power without Constitutional restraint and every Townhall columnist and poster would be dead or in camps. Though the Goshdarn Liberal would be there wielding the cudgel and loving every minute of it.
George257 Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 12:16 PM
libs are treacherous though. They turn on their own kind. Even goshdarn wouldn't be safe for long.
Bleeding-heart liberal Robert Redford is already the subject of early Oscar buzz. His much-hyped new film glamorizing the lives of Weather Underground domestic terrorists, "The Company You Keep," will be released in the U.S. next week. But peace-loving moviegoers should save their money and take a stand.

Hollywood's romanticizing of murderous radicals is an affront to decency. Redford and Company's rose-colored hagiography of bloodstained killers defiles the memory of all those victimized by leftwing militants on American soil.

Tinseltown cheerleaders can't stop gushing about Redford's paean to gun-toting progressives, of course. Variety called the flick an "unabashedly heartfelt but competent tribute to 1960s...