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“Sadly,” Warren, why “sadly”? If lefties in Hollywood (even the insert-nasty-adjective-of-choice Michael Moore) have found a successful marketing model, good for them. That’s capitalism. Besides, folks on the right shouldn’t knock Hollywood for having a product that nobody wants to watch (the usual refrain these days) at the same time as knocking it for, well, having a product that people (but the “wrong” sort of people) want to watch. As for your idea for more ‘heartland’ films, absolutely. I’m sure there’s a big, neglected market for them, and the more voices out there, the better. I just hope that they aren’t you know, too wholesome…

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