Is Mickey Mouse a Rat?

ABC's Documentary about 9/11 is Politically Slanted

On Sunday, September 10, 2006, at 8:00 P.M., Atlanta time, ABC will present the first part of the show "Path to 9/11". Parts have been said to convey untruthful events, being slighted against the Democrats.

The problem is that the parent company of ABC is Disney who is the owner of Mickey Mouse. Stretching the inference, one would think that Mickey Mouse should stay clear of taking political sides.

But maybe not! Mickey Mouse may be making a political choice favoring Republicans so they will come and visit.

Is this a Tricky Rat?

The advantages for Disney for having the controversy:

a) Because Christianity is associated with Republicans, then they will be looked at as a Christian park.
b) Because Christians are associated with family values, the park will be associated with family values.
c) Because Republicans have more money, Disney could potentially receive more money.
d) because of all the publicity about the alleged false statements, people will flock to see the documentary.

Below is my letter to Igor:

Bill Bolton to Bob Iger

Bob Iger, CEO of ABC's corporate parent, Disney

Bill Bolton
2104 Drogheda Ln
Marietta, Georgia 30066

Stop partisan propaganda on 9/11

Your 9/11 movie appears to be part of a coordinated push -- including speeches by President Bush and millions of dollars in advertising -- to exploit the five-year anniversary of 9/11 for political gain.

I even heard Sean Hannity on the radio attacking Clinton on whether Clinton should have killed Osama Bin Laden. The 9/11 attack occurred on Bush's watch, not Clinton's. During this time Bush was promoting his Christian Propaganda maneuvers for schools instead of defending our country.

It seems your Mickey Mouse has turned into a RAT!, and your whole kingdom should be jeopardized.

Bill Bolton

Everyone Needs to Tell Iger

We need to tell Iger, President of Disney, to not air certain offensive parts of the documentary. One approach is to go to:

Please speak out in some way.


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