Friday, September 08, 2006


Seriously, I don't care if they do have shows I like, I'm just not watching the Mouse-schwitz network any longer. And David Horowitz should choke on a cock.

BND's Update: I have heard several conservatives state that the liberals are trying to squash freedom of speech or somehow try to cover up "the truth" by speaking out against this movie, but there are some simple facts that conservative are over-looking.

  1. Many conservative were invited to prescreen this movie
  2. Clinton administration officials that are being attacked in this movie were not invited to prescreen this movie
  3. The Clinton administration actively searched for terrorists and attacked site in Afghanistan and Northern Africa that were linked to terrorism.
  4. Bush did nothing about terrorism until after 9/11.
  5. Republicans, including the chairman of the 9/11 Commission, have stated that several parts of this movie are ficticious.
    "The Times, citing Thomas H. Kean, the Republican who chaired the bipartisan 9/11 commission that investigated what led up to the attacks and who has been a consultant to the film, reported that a scene portraying former national security adviser Samuel R. Berger hanging up on a CIA officer at a critical moment is being altered. Two others under review, according to Kean, portray former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright apparently obstructing efforts to capture Osama bin Laden and Clinton being too distracted by impeachment and his marital problems to focus on bin Laden"
    (CNN Article).
  6. If they were to do a movie about YOU stating that it was based on your life, claiming to have official documents to back it up, and then that straight out lie about you, would that be acceptable?


Goremaster said...

*off topic*
bnd, metallord, and savage animal (with me by their side) have spammed blabbergay. sadly bori(ng) delted the posts.

metal pwns all>>>>>>>>blabbersuck

Bushwack said...

Ok man I have a question, When will folks get a clue about this whole thing? Clinton did not do EVERYTHING he could to stop 9-11. Fact
Bush did not do EVERYTHING he could to stop 9-11, FACT,
Freedom of speech works both ways, I call Fairenheit 9-11 a farce, so do millions of people. So if ABC makes a Docu-Drama about the path toward 9-11 and it shows a negative spin on Clinton, so what! No one is above blame and clinton is no exception.
Unless you honestly believe Bush had the towers and the pentagon and the plane in Pen. trashed then I can see the outrage.

B.L. Sabob: now "completely heterosexual" said...

CBS pulled the Reagan "docu-drama" because reichwingers threw a hissy fit. Disney refused distribute Fahrenheit 911 because they were seeking favor for their Orlando property from Jeb. Now ABC is taking shit from both the left and some on the right (Bill Bennett etc.) for spreading lies about 911. Tough shit. Its not censorship unless the government corerces a broadcaster, they way teh FCC went after CBS after Nipplegate and Howard Stern. This is just citizens standing up and calling bullshit. If the citizens choose not to patronize a network because we disapprove of their spreading of government propaganda, that OUR Freedom of Speach.

B.L. Sabob: now "completely heterosexual" said...

sorry about the spelling errors, ots 3am here and I'm dead tired

B.L. Sabob: now "completely heterosexual" said...

and did you read about the radical Christianists that they hired to produce this piece of shit?

BigNewsDay said...

One of the problems is that evveryone is saying that this movie comes straight from the 9/11 commission. That is not true. ABC is usingthis movie to mislead the public. Many parts of this movie are false, but when ABC says that it is BASED on the 9/11 commission report, people are going to think this some official documentary.

greencommunist said...

I always thought Republicans hated Disney because of their Gay Day at Disneyland.

Lefty Metalhead said...

Freedom of speech is protected by the Constitution. But lies created to purposely mislead the American people aren't. Bushwack, I'm sorry to say this, but it isn't particularly comfortable to be on the right these days.