Skip to comments.Did CSI smear the Tea Party??? (depicts protestors as cop-killers)
Posted on 09/24/2010 6:26:42 AM PDT by ken5050
Just wondering if anyone else saw the premier of CSI this week? To me, the show's gone way downhill since Grissom left, (I really can't stand Lawrence Fishburne) but I tape it and watch when I can. I just watched the premier episode of the new season, and it sure looks and sounds to me like the MSM is engaging in over-the-top propaganda.
Seems like common sense to me that since the group had Patriots in their name and were made to look like the Tea Party, then that’s what they meant. They would never identify who they’re trying to imitate. They’re not about to show their hand.
The original certainly was. I don't know about the remake.
Justin Beiber cannot act. At all.
CSI is looking old and tired.
You are free to take whatever you want from the show. Even a conspiracy of writers, cleverly disguising their hand, and dogging the the Tea Party, so that in November, the Democrats will win the election.
To each his own.
The only reason I watched is because CSI is on after Big Bang Theory and before The Mentalist.
I just don't take TV shows are seriously as others do. They're mostly forgettable.
Jericho was stupid trash.
Why are you proud that you’ve never seen an episode. CSI has been one of the best, if not the best show on tv, for the last ten years. I don’t watch the Las Vegas one after Peterson left, but Gary Sinise is still excellent in the New York version. Granted, David “I’m putting on my sunglasses now” Caruso is a bit over the top in the Miami CSI.
I don't like "investigation" shows at all - period. When was the last time they screwed up and got the wrong guy? Or, couldn't complete the investigation?
The shows are too formulaic. Unrealistic. I stopped watching them after watching a season or two of "Law and Order" over fifteen years ago.
Since Peterson left, I don’t watch CSI-Las Vegas anymore, and the formula does seem to be getting old. However, I’d have to disagree with you about the series being unimaginative. You’ll have to give me an example of an imaginative show.
I watched the Tom Selleck show last night and enjoyed it...primarily because of him. But....they had the story around his son who essentially “waterboarded” a pervert murderer of little girls by sticking his head in a toilet...then, of course, the discussion around the table was about whether anything someone does should require “torture tactics”....so, yes...that agenda was in the show. And the ending was that the lawyer sister (who opposed the “torture” of the monster) essentially won when she implied she would represent her offending brother when he went to trial for doing this to the poor ole pervert.
I, too, love NCIS....I almost stopped watching last year when they had a show on that was anti-right wing....it was so important in my life that I no longer remember the particulars. However in my need for relaxation and getting out of the real world for awhile I have chosen to forgive them.
CBS is my favorite channel for shows but I do remember years ago when I was trying to find out just who George Soros was and was doing some searching I found out he had enormous amounts of stock in CBS and the NY Times...I guess he has mucho (correct word to use now..ha!) power in getting his slightly covert messages...you know...brainwash those who never check into anything of serious matter. THAT is the danger of what CBS is doing.
Thank you...all corrections and assistance are welcome...unless you go against the grain of my thinking...which you didn’t....thanks again!
Guess what, I’ve never seen any of the shows. I’ll take your word that some of them might be worth watching.
I’m a reporter for The Daily Caller (dailycaller.com), FOX News contributor Tucker Carlson’s web newspaper. I’m looking into this for a story for tomorrow - any ideas on where to start, folks?
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Laura Ingraham is interviewing some CSI bigwig now: http://streamingradioguide.com/radio-show.php?show=283
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