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Comments about the soundtrack for For Greater Glory (James Horner)
Obama & Filmtracks hate Catholics

Humbolt
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YaleBreaker
Obama & Filmtracks hate Catholics   Sunday, September 16, 2012 (2:18 p.m.) 

The pro-Obama mention in this review is ridiculous. If you reelect Barack Obama for another four years, he'll attack Catholics and other religions even worse than that atheist Mexican President Plutarco Elias Calles of the 1920s. That is almost as predictable as James Horner's self-plagiarism. Sick.


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Humbolt
Re: Obama & Filmtracks hate Catholics   Thursday, September 20, 2012 (12:12 p.m.) 

> The pro-Obama mention in this review is ridiculous. If you reelect Barack
> Obama for another four years, he'll attack Catholics and other religions
> even worse than that atheist Mexican President Plutarco Elias Calles of
> the 1920s. That is almost as predictable as James Horner's
> self-plagiarism. Sick.

That the name with which you sign that post belonged to a ground-breaking linguist is highly ironic in the light of your utter inability to read the review properly.

Clemmensen offered no opinion of Obama, positive or negative. He merely noted that one film reviewer believed Cristiada could be inspiring to those who felt Obama's policies were anti-religious. Not only is that not an unambiguously positive mention of Obama, it could equally be interpreted as a negative one. The correct interpretation, however, is that it is neither, for Clemmensen merely mentions the review in support of the general perception of strong religious themes in the film. He does not judge those themes, nor does he judge the reviewer.

That you would take a comment so vague and ambiguous and immediately classify it as "sick" and "ridiculous" is so far beyond the realm of rational discourse that it is impossible for me to adequately convey to you how absurd it is. Especially given that you seem unable to competently read an English sentence.

Kindly avail yourself of the nice big "X" button found on the upper right hand corner of your screen.

Or alternatively, if you wish to win this debate the easy way, simply hit Ctrl+W (W for Win).


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