Monday, September 04, 2006

Must See TV

Let's get the word out. ABC is showing a mini series entitled "The Path To 9/11" on September 10th and 11th at 9 EST, 8 CST. The mini series is an honest appraisal of the events that lead to the murder of 3,000 Americans and initial reviews indicate that it lays the blame squarely on the sheer incompetence of the Clinton administration.

Here are some examples:

Frontpage Magazine:

This is the first Hollywood production I’ve seen that honestly depicts how the Clinton administration repeatedly bungled the capture of Osama Bin Laden.also dramatizes the frequent opportunities the Administration had in the 90s to stop Bin Laden in his tracks ‹ but lacked the will to do so.

Conservatives need to really step in here and spread the word via talk radio and the internet. Every American, and everyone alarmed by Islamic terrorism around the world should see this miniseries.

Patterico's Pontifications [posted by Justin Levine]:
For those who have been asking for a clear historical account of the build up to the 9/11 disaster, free of political spin, politically correct whitewashing and partisan wrangling - I can say wholeheartedly that this is the film that you have been waiting for.
Michael Barone [Newsday]:
Last night I attended a screening of the first half of The Path to 9/11 a film that will be broadcast by ABC in two three-hour segments on September 10 and 11. Two and one-half hours is a long time to sit still watching a film, but this one was gripping and tension-filled and visually dazzling.
Source Watch:

The docudrama was written and produced by Cyrus Nowrasteh for ABC and is to air September 10 and 11, 2006. [...] In his interview, Nowrasteh repeated Republican talking points similar to those made by the Bush administration, saying how that the Clinton administration's "response—or lack of response—to Al Qaeda ... emboldened Bin Laden to keep attacking American interests."

Rush Limbaugh:
It indicts the Clinton administration, Madeleine Albright, Sandy Berger. It is just devastating to the Clinton administration.
"The Path to 9/11" seems to have generated a lot of interest on both sides of the fence. And I wonder why the moonbats have suddenly crawled out of the woodwork and kicked up a notch or three the effort to spread the insane meme that the government is responsible for 9/11? As one site posited, we'll now see Carville, Begala, et al do the talk show circuits. Interesting, very interesting...

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