It takes a real ass hole to admire and defend Military snipers, no matter who they kill for. But Seth Rogen, from "The Interview" made a harmless remark comparing snipers with the NAZI one he said he saw in "Inglourious Basterds." Now all the ultra-patriot jingoists are coming out of the woodwork to defend the US Army's use of snipers as being patriotic.
Apparently there is no end to the jingoist support of ANYTHING to kill off the bad guys and that includes having snipers kill women and children who happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Such mediocre rock stars as Kid Rock have really slammed Rogen and without any real cause. Kid Rock, as with Ted Nugent and all other mediocre hacks make it easy not to like them because most of their songs suck anyway. -សតិវ អតុ
Here is the article:
AP Exclusive: Rogen responds to 'American Sniper' comments
© The Associated Press FILE - In this Oct. 13, 2014 file photo, actor/writer Seth Rogen poses for a portrait in
. Rogen responded to the outrage
incited by a series of tweets he wrote regarding the film "American
Sniper" in a statement issued exclusively to the Associated Press on
Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, saying it wasn't his intent to offend anyone or to say
anything with political implications. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP,
File) Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Seth Rogen responded to the outrage incited by a series of tweets he wrote regarding the film "American Sniper" in a statement issued exclusively to the Associated Press on Thursday, saying it wasn't his intent to offend anyone or to say anything with political implications.
The actor and filmmaker, fresh off of the whirlwind, Sony-hack-addled release of his film "The Interview," was thrown back into the spotlight Sunday when he tweeted that "American Sniper kind of reminds me of the movie that's showing in the third act of (Inglourious) Basterds."
Quentin Tarantino's 2009 revenge fantasy film shows clips from a fake propaganda movie about a skilled Nazi sniper.
Online outlets including Fox News Insider, the Daily Caller and Brietbart concluded that Rogen's intent was to liken Clint Eastwood's fact-based drama about the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle to "Nazi propaganda."
On Monday, Rogen went back to Twitter to clarify that he "actually liked" Eastwood's film and that he wasn't comparing the two at all.
Conservative blogs, however, were not appeased. Celebrities like Dean Cain and Kid Rock joined in to publicly criticize Rogen, too.
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