Costco Pulls D'Souza Book? Go Buy It Someplace Else!

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…RUSH:  …I’m sure they’re being pummeled. I’m sure they’re being beaten up. I’m sure their phones are ringing off the hook, as it should be.  I don’t know what their reaction is gonna be.  I don’t frankly care.  You know, if I were D’Souza, I’d say, “Good, I wouldn’t want my book sold in your establishment in the first place.”  Just go out and buy it someplace else and then go see the movie.  That’s the way you get back at these people.

This guy, here’s the thing about this, Laura.  This guy, this Costco Democrat loyalist has done more to spread the word and inform people that this book even exists than the best PR campaign paid for by money could do.  This guy has done more to sell the book than he could have if he just shut up and left it alone in the stores.  He has created more attention for this book than otherwise would have happened.  So use it and go buy it, like you did, at Amazon. Go see the movie and then learn and admit who these people actually are.  They tell you every day…

…Now, this past weekend another movie got an A+.  And that movie is America, by Dinesh D’Souza.  So Dinesh D’Souza, his movie America, is one of the 52 movies in the last 29 years to get an A+ by actual moviegoers surveyed leaving the theater.  Martha Raddatz was on the ABC Sunday show this weekend talking about the movie, and she said, paraphrasing, “You know, I saw this movie… I don’t know, you know, but I think everybody should see it. It’s really — I think everybody should see it.”  It’s clearly presented a perspective that she as a journalist found entirely foreign, which is sad, but she was still moved by it and recommend that everybody see it.

It’s a movie that posits the notion that America’s history is being replaced by another version.  The moviemakers feature a half a dozen outspoken people that would tell you everything we’ve done wrong as a nation.  In fact, that’s how it opens.  You might say, “What am I doing here?  I don’t want to hear this.”  Stick with it, folks.  And then the movie defines what makes our nation so special, the idea of America.  The notion that this nation’s creation is one-of-a-kind, built entirely upon man’s freedoms, unique in world history and what makes our nation great. And then asks, what would the world be like without America?…



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