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September 10, 2006
Object Lesson

Part 1 of ABC's docudrama The Path to 9/11 airs tonight and, as Tigerhawk points out (h/t: Prof R) due to the Democrats' incessant blathering in every available media outlet about the unfairness of it all, it'll likely have a significantly larger audience than it would have, had the community of Clinton defenders simply pretended the miniseries didn't exist.

No one I know of is claiming that the miniseries is completely accurate, any more than The Longest Day was a 100% completely faithful account of the D-Day landings — but that movie is still a good way to learn about the Normandy invasion.

Perhaps this can be an object lesson for the Left on the difference between "reality" and "reality-based."

Posted by Russ at 04:59 PM, September 10, 2006 in Idiots & Movies & Politics & TV

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The movie is now just that a 'movie'. Disney/ABC caved and changed it until it will no longer be anything close to the truth. I propose a nationwide boycott of Disney/ABC until the entire uncut version is shown in prime time.

Posted by: Scrapiron at September 10, 2006 05:51 PM