June 17, 2015

Hollywood

Ed Driscoll via Ace:

There were two films of that era that in retrospect are particularly of note: 1997's Air Force One, which starred Harrison Ford as a 50-something American president who knew his way around the cockpit of a jet aircraft, refused to take any guff from terrorists, and had a woman as a vice president to boot. And 1999's Three Kings, which starred George Clooney, and denigrated George H.W. Bush for not toppling Saddam Hussein in Iraq.

No wonder Hollywood has been so miserable after 9/11; they got everything they had previously wished for in a president and as a result, thoroughly hated his guts.


GEORGE W. BUSH: There's NOTHING for which
he can't be blamed!

Posted by Hube at June 17, 2015 12:38 PM | TrackBack

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