Boycott the Academy Awards! It\'s a sign of sick society that America gives so much credence to celebrities, and it\'s time to turn the tides. No matter how you cut it, celebrities get a disproportionate amount of air time for their media attention-grabbing political views as compared to the rest of America, and we\'re all getting a little burned out on the pundits from the People\'s Republic of Hollywood. They are the minority, yet they have the air time. The silent but strong majority must speak out with it\'s remote controls. We must not allow this self serving entertainment industry to use a TV forum to discount our troops in the middle east that lay their lives on the line for the liberty and security of the Untied States of America. If you\'ve got cable or satellite, feel free to tune into the 100 other channels of entertainment on the TV. We should be watching Fox News in protest. No doubt, by the time the Academy Awards are over, we will have lots of sound bites and short clips of entertainers pushing their \'not-beyond-an-8th-grade-education\'
I hope every person of faith will boycott the Academy Awards unless they rescind their decision to strip a faith-based song of its nomination.
The revoked nomination of Bruce Broughton's song Alone Yet Alone song is scandalous. A high powered production company manipulated the Academy board into making a vindictive act on their behalf. I smell a rat and it smells just like anti- Christian bigotry. The Academy Award let The Hurt Locker get away with murder. Yet the punish a little Christian film with the death penalty. I have watched my last Academy Awards show. I am willing to help call for an outside investigation of the board. I am also willing to help fund a lawsuit.
P.S.The Academy should be reminded of the screw up that A&E made with Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson. Do they really want to go there? I don't think so.
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