Thank you, Mr. Moore, Mr. Rogen

When Michael Moore and Seth Rogen exercise their First Amendment right to criticize "American Sniper," it's a tribute to everyone who served in uniform.


Grim said...

Good point.

E Hines said...

From Rorke's article: Snipers engage individual threats. Rarely, if ever, do their actions cause collateral damage. Snipers may be the most humane of weapons in the military arsenal.

As the kids say: Boom.

Eric Hines

douglas said...

I heard him on the Hugh Hewitt show today, and he was great- made many of the same points. Hearing him talk, I got to thinking, maybe he should run for office some day (I think he's still in active reserves).