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Friday, June 25, 2004

A film with Heart




I woke early this morning to watch Michelle Malkin on Fox and Friends . She very rightly was pointing out that Hollywood has been excessively negative about America. She advocated for more patriotic films, like those made by Jimmy Stewart and Gary Cooper . My sense she is on to something, much as Mel Gibbson was with The Passion of the Christ .

You see it is unimportant which spirtual/religous neighborhood one lives in ,or the side of the political fence you are on . It is about ones passions and standing up for them. Without shame or shameing others.

Ironically, it because we live in America, that there will be a bold filmmaker, like Gibson willing to take risk for his passions. This persons passion will be his country. He will be a Robin Hood like figure with a band of followers feared by those in power. They will make a great film, and sequel makers will once again be exposed as cowardly and self serving.

All I ask for in sharing these prophecies is that Michelle and be given small roles in this film. I am thinking about a small romantic scene where I rescue her from the grasp of a ex vice president gone completely mad
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"Look at every path closely and deliberately, then ask ourselves this crucial question: Does this path have a heart? If it does, then the path is good. If it doesn't, it is of no use."
Carlos Castenada

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