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3:21am on Wednesday the 22nd of May
BUSH ASSASSINATED IN UK SHOW: DON'T WORRY, IT'S PROBABLY DONE TASTEFULLY
A HARD-hitting British TV drama that shows President Bush assassinated by a terrorist sniper sparked outrage last night.

The makers of Death Of A President say it is a thought-provoking film designed to promote "legitimate debate" over the legacy of Bush's war on terror.
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This "hard-hitting" show will no doubt spark "legitimate debate." Which is quite an achievement coming from the same brave souls who chose not to run the Mohammad cartoons out of fear they might piss off an extremist or two. Lucky for them, the US government isn't as extreme as its critics often paint it to be. Nonetheless, I salute the brave work of television writers and directors everywhere who choose to make such brave programs. But I still think it would have been more interesting to focus on assassinations that have actually occured - maybe starting with director Theo Van Gogh.* But maybe that would be too hard-hitting for their own good.

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