When Hollywood producer Rod Lurie created fictional president Mackenzie Allen in 2005 for the show Commander in Chief he made no mistake about one of his goals: tilling the soil of popular culture so that it would soon be easier for a real woman to take root in a nonfiction Oval Office.
At least he is honest about it. Most blatant propaganda attempts by the liberal TV producers are denied.
To: Always Right
In the pilot episode of Commander in Chief, the first executive act of President Allen was to send special forces into Nigeria to free a persecuted woman from execution. But some felt these compensatory gestures felt forced and overdone.
So the first act of this woman was to send highly trained and extremely expensive super soldiers to save the life of one woman being executed unfairly in Africa? Was this supposed to show how tough she was? Send SF into a meat grinder to save the life of one African woman convicted of a crime worthy of death according to the laws of a sovereign nation.
Maybe the writers and actors of this show were just morons.
posted on 07/23/2007 12:22:04 PM PDT
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