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Businessman buys 7,000 DVDs of Uncovered

October 14, 2004 3:54 PM

Wow! An "anonymous Bay Area man" just bought 7,000 DVDs of Uncovered to distribute to undecided voters in swing states:

I am surprised to think that there are American citizens out there who have yet to decide on how they will vote especially in light of recent news revelations. I hope that watching this powerful film will help people come to a sensible decision.

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Read the 7 comments.

Right Wing Robby:

Why did he waste his money? He could have just got it off Kazaa or another file sharing program.
That would have been alright with you , right Jim?

Thu Oct 14 2004 4:24 PM

Jim Gilliam:

Yeah, but then he would have had to burn 7000 copies, which would have sucked. He probably felt it was easier to spend $6 a copy -- plus he didn't want Schwarzenegger on his back.

Thu Oct 14 2004 4:53 PM

Richard Frank:

Goobers don't have any internets. Many don't have dvd's either. Too bad for them that ABC has proven it's all slander anyway.

Fri Oct 15 2004 7:55 AM

Richard Frank:

Um. I've got Sinclair on my mind. Please ignore my previous post.

Fri Oct 15 2004 7:59 AM

Right Wing Robby:

ABC proved what? You’re talking about the little show Ted put on last night. We already know how bias they are considering the leaked memo that came out last week. But lets ignore that for now.(you'll be ignoring it forever anyway.)

ABC news sets out to disprove the Book by the swift boat veterans and takes pre-emptive action against the movie being aired next week sometime.
Here is what they did.

They fly over to Vietnam and ask the enemy
(Vietcong soldiers) what happened. They enemy gives them the "truth" about what happened and ABC runs with it.

This information completely contradicts Kerry’s own biography, the swift boats book, and every American soldier’s account of what happened.

Question: Who does ABC believe?

Answer: The Vietcong

Nice one Ted.

Fri Oct 15 2004 11:25 AM


Your film really helped me get involved in the political forum. Especially with the people you had detailing what happened,that are "credible" that exposed the lies we were fed. It furthered my hunger to learn more about what was going on.
I started writing music with my partner like "Kick out the Republicans" and "Oxycontin Conservative Republican" the Limbaugh song, and the new Bill O'Reilly song. So many Americans I believe were numb to the whole political process and your film opened up my eyes to the dangers of an unchecked administration and actually helped in causing a political awakening. followed the music.
Thanks Jim

Fri Oct 15 2004 11:31 AM

Right Wing Robby:

Look at the good news Jim and John. You'll have something to complain about for another 4 years.

Fri Oct 15 2004 1:42 PM

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