I constantly hear Liberals saying that the US should've stayed out of the Middle East; it's not our business.
This is very contradictory. Before the US even got mixed in with the whole.... treating women like garbage, treating anyone who isn't part of the government like garbage, murdering a girl who was raped bc having sex before marriage is against religion, not allowing girls to run from a burning school building because their faces were uncovered, offering $10,000 to families who would give up their children to be suicide bombers and when they mother gave up all her kids to die for a religious war, she cries because she doesn't have more children to give up for death ..... Bush had to wait for permission from the UN to go into Iraq for proof of harboring terrorists. The permission didn't come for, what was it, a year and a half?? Plenty of time for Saddam to get rid of any evidence (but not all, obviously). Meanwhile, Iraq kills the Curds, the Kuwaitis, etc. Did he do this win guns? I don't think he could wipe out entire nations with guns ... Maybe biological weapons? Oh, but no! That's not in Saddam Hussein's character, right? It just wouldn't make sense, right? There were no biological weapons found in Iraq when the US searched a year and a half later, right?
I know this doesn't apply to all Liberals, but many of you are ignorant.
Did it EVER occur to some of you morons, that conservatives/liberals/libertarians/just anyone breathing and with a brain would object to a movie showing sympathy with terrorists tactics, ESPECIALLY AFTER, the london subway bombings of only a few months ago?
How completely disconnected and tone deaf can Hollywood be showing terrorists as heros, given 9/11, 3/11 (Spain) and the London Subway bombings?
It's no mistake "V for Vendetta" shows Britian as the bad guy. Orwell is proven right over and over again.
I'm a libertarian, which is a Republican that upholds and defends the Constitution. I like this movie. As I am also Catholic, I can relate to the underlying Guido(Guy) plot to kill a King- a King that has outlawed your existence and killed all of your Priests. I think most people can relate to self-defense at one time or another. This is something abhorrent to any Catholic, but is necessary amidst religious and physical genocide.
The man in the mask is Guy- Guido. The Catholic bent on overthrowing a government that outlaws life and faith. And I am speaking historically- not in reference to the movie. I haven't seen this movie.