President Bush Shot! In Film Terms Anyway.
"It is about the polarisation of America in all the events post 9/11." Said a spokesman for the new British docudrama directed by Gabriel Range.
So, you think. A film about polarized politics. What could that be about? How the antics of radicals in the Republican and Democratic party are both leaving mainstream America? Hardly. A film about how the R's and D's disagree even when they agree? Not really.
It's a film about president Bush getting shot. And the way they do it is in no way a tasteful documentary. In the Liberal wet dream, ahem, "docudrama", President Bush is "Surrounded by a crowd of panicking onlookers, the American leader is pictured just seconds after being gunned down by a sniper following an anti-war demonstration. Held up by a secret service bodyguard in his dying moments after being shot in the stomach." says This is London.co.uk.
And just to make the Libs even happier, with computers they paste Bush's image on that of the actor so it really looks like him getting shot. It's a leftist dream scenario.
And it doesn't exactly get better from there. After the event, those evil Conservatives blame poor innocent Muslims before there is any evidence. Then there are a bunch of interviews showing how it's Bush's fault he got shot (yeah I know) because it's his fault he polarized the country.
No, I've got news for you. It's people like you Mr. Range that are responsible for polarization in this country. You are the ones that sat at a table pondering ways you could smear the president even more. And I don't even like Bush that much! But thanks to you, people think it's all black in white. You either worship Bush or you want him dead. You've left no middle ground for the rest of us.
Real Americans listen to people with common sense, not those with R's and D's. Until people like you drive the two sides so far apart there's enough empty middle ground to open up a Wal-Mart Supercenter. Then where are the people to turn? All of the moderates are driven out, and America in turn loses faith in the whole government. And that my friend, is not president Bush's fault. It's the outside constituents and others that are pushing the parties apart because politicians simply follow the polls. I believe this movie will play a part in deluding constituents into extremism, forcing the parties apart and driving moderates like myself completely crazy.