“Elisabeth Hasselbeck” has already signed and I suspect we’ll be seeing “Joy Behar” and “Barbara Walters” shortly, so get in now — because this one goes right to the top. I myself can’t sign for the simple reason that 40% of my posts have to do with Big Ro; if they ever take her off the air, I’m out of a job. But we all have to go our own way on questions like this, so if you want to send her back to former career of pretending to be attracted to Tom Cruise, I won’t fault you for it.

This isn’t the first time Disney’s had trouble with 9/11-themed programming, is it? Memory lane:

Presenting such deeply flawed and factually inaccurate misinformation to the American public and to children would be a gross miscarriage of your corporate and civic responsibility to the law, to your shareholders, and to the nation…

The Communications Act of 1934 provides your network with a free broadcast license predicated on the fundamental understanding of your principle obligation to act as a trustee of the public airwaves in serving the public interest. Nowhere is this public interest obligation more apparent than in the duty of broadcasters to serve the civic needs of a democracy by promoting an open and accurate discussion of political ideas and events…

Should Disney allow this programming to proceed as planned, the factual record, millions of viewers, countless schoolchildren, and the reputation of Disney as a corporation worthy of the trust of the American people and the United States Congress will be deeply damaged. We urge you, after full consideration of the facts, to uphold your responsibilities as a respected member of American society and as a beneficiary of the free use of the public airwaves to cancel this factually inaccurate and deeply misguided program.

Exit question: Is it 9/11 revisionism that Dirty Harry objects to, or just 9/11 revisionism that implicates Democrats?

Tags: Democrats