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02/22/2006

In which we admire Robert Knight's restraint

by Jeremy Hooper

From USA Today:

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NO? You don't want to give the movie attention, Robert? Because ya know, we could have sworn it was you who wrote this lengthy piece in WorldNetDaily:

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And memory may fail us, but wasn't it you who was attacking the film as early on as December? Ya know, when you lent several quotes to this piece released by your organization:

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Not to mention just last week, when you and Martha Kleder targeted both Brokeback and Willie Nelson's new "gay cowboy" song in one of your regular audio chats:

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And let's not forget the MANY attacks you and your crew have made regarding the accolades foisted upon Brokeback :

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So yea -- just letting it fly under the radar, huh? Guess you guys are also just ignoring that whole gay marriage thing, right Robster?

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