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The Bloody Company Hollywood Keeps

KYoung43 Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 6:13 PM
Ayers was found guilty but released because of a paperwork error for a wiretap on his phone. He walked out of the court room saying he was guilty as sin, free as a bird" adding, "Isn't America a great country>" Miranda laws are as bad as Affirmative Action.
George257 Wrote: Mar 31, 2013 3:39 AM
Yes, court cases are treated like sports matches, where both sides have to have an equal chance - instead of trying to find the truth.
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...