Can you watch a show with injected liberal plots?


#1

Recently Breitbart featured a column on the CBS Drama NCIS LA. It featured a hit and run of a campaigner worker for a liberal democratic senator.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Pits Evil Republican Versus Saintly Democrat
What that has to do with the Navy I have no idea?

So if you were to find a liberal storyline injected into one of your shows could you still forgive the writers and watch it? For me, I really don’t care. I can laugh at the silliness of their plotlines or I can just dive into the fictional drama. I get it that some people just can’t take it anymore. But it doesn’t bother me. TV isn’t real life. I don’t think political statements on TV shows really affect votes…


#2

The first two seasons of the original NCIS were refreshingly conservative. Then someone else started making the decisions and it went downhill both for liberal claptrap and sex content. When I lost TV reception due to the switch to DTV signals, I didn’t miss it much.

My cousin had loaned me DVDs of the series Dark Angel by James Cameron, but his liberal content induced me to give it up after eight episodes. I argued with my cousin both about Dark Angel and Avatar, also by Cameron. He insisted that it was just entertainment. I didn’t know it at the time, but Cameron was on record as saying that he was using Avatar to make a statement about the war in Iraq. I don’t find it entertaining when I’m being insulted.