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Sword, in re: bravehearts

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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 22, 2006 at 01:05

Hopefully the movie will wake up those who allow themselves to be lulled into a state of complacency. It's what the enemy depends on, and it's amazing how quickly it happens. Politics take over and taint reality. Another benefit might be to show what ordinary citizens are really capable of-- people who don't think they could be heroic or even make a difference. We all can't join the military or be firemen, but I just feel very proud to know that these strangers were capable of such selfless bravery in such a tragic situation. It's a real tribute to the human spirit. I too will be really upset if they try to make this into another terrorist sympathizing picture-- more than really upset!!
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