YOUR VOICES: Sen. David Vitter Wants People to Go See “The Interview.” What Say You?

Louisiana Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter said he plans to watch the controversial movie The Interview, and he urged his supporters to do the same as a show of defiance against terrorists whose threats initially prompted Sony Pictures to cancel the film’s release. In a campaign email sent Friday, the gubernatorial candidate said watching the film – which depicts Seth Rogen and James Franco as a pair of journalists recruited by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un – is a chance for Americans to “stand up to the North Korean dictatorship and in defense of freedom.”

What do you think about this?

 

Woman-sunglasses-YourVoices-cropped“What happened to the good old days when Republicans just bashed Hollywood?” – Yvette Beauvais, travel agent

 

Your-Voices-Goatee-Man“Sure, I’ll drop $50 on a stupid movie. That’ll show those communist bastards.” – Thomas Darcey, movie consultant

 

WhiteSuit-man-YourVoices“I didn’t realize the R rating stood for ‘Republican-approved.'” – Steven Banks, web designer

 

 

YourVoices-Woman-Parking_Lot“Wait, so it’s a 3-D movie about hookers?” – Anne Ledet, pet photographer

 

 


 

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