OH, I'M SORRY. DID I SAY "HOLLYWOOD VS. AMERICA"? SILLY ME. I MEANT "HOLLYWOOD EXCEPT FOR THE PEOPLE WHO AGREE WITH ME VS. AMERICA."
Right-wingers don't even pretend not to be hypocrites anymore, do they? A few years ago, conservative film critic Michael Medved wrote a book called Hollywood vs. America. It was all about how sex and violence in entertainment are really, really bad. Now, when an oversexed Hollywood actor who makes violent movies is running for governor of California, you'd think he'd see it as a sign of the Last Days, wouldn't you? Well, no -- of course you wouldn't. The Hollywood candidate is a Republican, and so, as the folks at Free Republic note, Medved is thrilled -- he's on the radio (yes, he has a radio show; don't they all?) telling his listeners that the Hollywood actor is just the bee's knees, because he's a Republican and he's going to win.
By the way, I haven't read Hollywood vs. America, but I find it fascinating that its index includes both
Medved talk about these subjects for six pages?