Only idiots fight over silly movies
I ask, "What the hell is he talking about?"
I know Hanson predicted there would be such a furor before the event, but I've seen little in the way of ranting on the part of liberals about the film. Hell, I saw the movie and I loved it. I thought it was beautifully done--despite obvious flaws in the script--and well worth the money I spent. In the end, I enjoyed it because it's not only an adaptation of a comic book it is a comic book--complete with silly poses, ridiculously outsized characters and a take on the topic so historically flawed it's laughable. It's about as serious and historically accurate as Lone Ranger serials and anyone attempting to draw parallels between the movie and reality might as well try to draw deep political meaning from this morning's Beetle Bailey strip.
Hanson and his conservative brethren, it seems, desperately want to fight about fantasy because, here in the full-color real world, Americans are fleeing their party and policies in droves.
Update: Bush continues to argue using fantasyland facts.