Skip to comments.Deroy Murdock: Ken Burns: Wrong on Obama
Posted on 10/26/2012 12:47:18 PM PDT by EveningStar
Historical filmmaker Ken Burns recently penned a column for New Hampshires Union Leader titled, Why I am voting for Barack Obama. Burns rehearses several of the most common arguments for Obamas re-election, and in doing so, he unwittingly exposes the flimsiness of the rationale for subjecting America to four more years of Obamaism...
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Uh Ken....shut up and film!
Poor Ken Burns. He’s still stuck back in the Civil War.
He does do nice documentaries, though. Just once, I would like to see one where he isn’t obsessed with the color of a person’s skin, rather than the content of their character.
Ken Burns is one of those guys, like Chris Mathews, who is obsessed with race. He will never get over it, and it is an important angle to every story he tells.
I’ve watched his Civil War one and the WW II one. In both cases he reveals his blatant leftist bias and as mentioned here by many, how everything is about race in his world.
I still remember how the Civil War one was pretty solid other than the black lady professor who had no business lecturing anyone on history because she clearly didn’t know didly.
The WW II one spent a very large portion of its time whining about the evil racism of the U.S., and skipping over that silly war business.
And.....guess where Ken Burns lives. Walpoe New Hampshire: 99% white. No crime. No diversity.
Just like the suburb where Chris Mathews lives.
Yeh, the US military was segregated, but blacks, whites and Indians were united as one to win the war. Segregation in the military ended, what, 3 years after the war ended? Now, in our post-racial society, that kind of unity is gone.
Yup....same kind of guy when you strip them down. Same mentaliy.
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