Fred Thompson on "300"

Over at Pajamas Media, Fred Thompson weighs in on "300":

I must say that Iím impressed that Hollywood took on a politically incorrect villain. Must have run out of neo-Nazis. So now these sensitive souls in Iran think that Hollywood is part of a U.S. government conspiracy to humiliate them into submission. I can only wish we were that effective.
Read the full post here.

Posted by: Ragnar at 09:48 PM

Comments

1 The rest of the story? Hell, Fred is the story..... any bets that he launches his campaign on the Paul Harvey show..... goooood day?

Posted by: wb at March 19, 2007 11:54 PM

2 Q: Name one thing the modern "Persians" are afraid of more than 300 ancient greeks who were born and bred to fight?

A: Fred Thompson....

Posted by: mrclark at March 20, 2007 12:21 AM

3 Impressive! Most impressive .... USA, all the way!

Posted by: Michael Weaver at March 20, 2007 05:18 AM

4 Uncle Fred will have to show "gravitas" if he wants to get beyond his scowl! It is one thing to know how to present one's self for a look or a mood. It is another to think a problem through and come to the table with a coherent plan, offering a solid solution which others readily approve. If he has such leadership within him, then we will seepeople rally to his side and propel his virtues forward. I think what this really suggests is a desire for an assertive leader, a counter to what President Bush has presented: "Compassionate Conservatism" seems to contain his angst and undoing. Witness this stupid problem with our Attorney General and the manner in which it is being handled by this administration. Lost at sea...just look at those faces!

Posted by: RJ at March 20, 2007 07:48 AM

5 Unlike other administrations that failed to carry their states in presidential elections, any of the times, Thompson enjoys popular support from those who know him. As opposed to being popular with everyone except for those who have already suffered you being there.

Posted by: wb at March 20, 2007 12:30 PM






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