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Friday, June 20, 2014

Thor

It was just one of those days.

I was lying on my couch with a glass of wine, watching the blond god.  The lights were off.  Each  one of my family members came into the room, in turn.  Each one looked at me, looked at what I was watching and quietly backed out of the room.

I needed to be alone with Thor.

Why does Hollywood continue to create films that are so vastly different from the personal progressive liberal agendas of many of Hollywood's elites?

In the beginning of the film, Thor is arrogant and foolish.  He accidentally starts a war and gets banished - to earth.

Once fully aware of the mess he has gotten himself into, he immediately becomes humble and apologetic.  He works hard to prove himself and be accepted back into his kingdom.

And, he does it all while being extremely hot.  Oh, and because he is noble, he has impeccable manners.

But, do elite liberal progressives believe this message?  Do they believe that being humble, working and and doing your best really is a good thing?

They portray it in movies.  But, inexplicably, they preach a completely different ideology in real life.

Hard work and success are bad according to liberal progressives.  If you can't be an actor, rapper or athlete, elite liberal progressives seem to believe that living off the government is just a-ok.

Elite liberal progressives aren't humble, they have terrible manners if you don't agree with their narrow liberal agenda.

I know that I have written about this before.  But, Hollywood does get it, they make movies about it all the time.  But, for some reason, they leave the correct ideology at the workplace and don't see that it translates to the real world.

When is Captain America coming on?