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Director Oliver Stone Tells Us Why America Is Not Exceptional

Esther46 Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 12:18 AM
No, America is not perfect but neither is any other country. America has been perfect enough to draw the masses to its' shores in search of our freedoms and opportunities, where many have excelled and would kiss the ground they walk on. My late Father was one, an immigrant who often stated that this is the best country in the world. So Mr. Stone, be ashamed of yourself for advertising America's flaws. You became well known here and have prospered so what's your 'beef'? Now that you have converted to islam and have allied with the American bashing Bashir, just what do you hope to gain from it?
dstrait-almaguer Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 10:25 AM
Esther, you're correct that no country is perfect. Many immigrants, but not all, have more respect for our country than many natural American citizens. Stone and Kuznick are up there with CNN, full of BS. If we the people had the discipline, we would stop spending $10-$15 for movie tickets to see Hollywood movies and stop making them richer. Sometimes it's so hard to believe that people actually believe the junk that comes out of the bigot leftist morons. We the people need to begin reading, researching, and understand the possible consequences before voting in the future. We need to take back control of the government, not give it more control. Plus there is no room here for Islamic BS. As a woman, I've come along way baby.

Director Oliver Stone (Natural Born Killers and JFK are among his many film credits) co-authored a new American history book titled, "The Untold History of the United States," with Peter Kuznick, history professor at American University. They appeared on MSNBC with Martin Bashir today to discuss the book along with Stone's complimentary movie documentary carrying the same title which is now airing on Showtime.

The "untold" thread in Stone's two works is that...wait for it...America is not exceptional--and that all countries are exceptional. Sound familiar? Stone's co-author, Kuznick describes the thesis in "Untold" as an...