Redford: Investigate Bush

The actor attempts to remind everyone how important he is…

ROBERT REDFORD has urged journalists to investigate US President GEORGE W BUSH’s administration – because he sees strong similarities between Bush’s government and the events leading to the Watergate scandal which forced President RICHARD NIXON to resign.

Redford starred in 1976 movie ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN alongside DUSTIN HOFFMAN, as The Washington Post journalists BOB WOODWARD and CARL BERNSTEIN, who brought about the events that led to Nixon’s resignation in 1974.

Bob, you are just an actor. You were never an investigative reporter. You never worked for the Washington Post. It’s time to wake up and come to grips with that.

And Redford wasn’t surprised when the identity of the mysterious ‘Deep Throat’ character who sparked the Watergate scandal was recently revealed to be former deputy FBI chief MARK FELT.

It’s that old hindsight thing again…20/20.

But the shock revelation has reminded the actor of the power of the media and the similarities between Bush’s secret cover-ups and the Watergate affair.

HOLD EVERYTHING! STOP RIGHT THERE! Cover-ups? Proof Bob, give me one single ounce of proof that this administration is deep in cover-ups. One shred of evidence Bobby (pinko).

He says, “There are deep similarities going on but where is the press? where is the press?”

“There is stone-walling, not telling the truth, getting people under wiretaps. The US public continues to be told things that are not true and what worries me is that we have these brave young American guys risking their lives everyday.

First of all, it sounds like he’s reliving the Clinton 90’s, and second of all, our brave soldiers don’t appreciate your pandering Bob.

“When Deep Throat was revealed, the press came to me and wanted to know what I thought. I said, ‘Well, it’s interesting that his name came out but is that the point?’

That’s easy Bob. The reporters who interviewed you that day weren’t even born when the Watergate scandal broke. In journalism class they watched ‘All the Presidents Men’ and believed that you really were Bob Woodward. Can you blame them? You’ve been playing the part all your life.

“My contribution was to come at a time when journalism was at its high point and the role I played was to save a testimony to the freedom of speech. The media have changed, we see the ethics have changed. The press is more, I am sorry to say, celebrity oriented.”

All hail King Bob.

Liberals lost inside themselves. Where has reality gone?


  1. Robert Redford urges journalists to investigate Bu

    Really? Now there is an idea that I’ll bet no one on the editorial staffs of The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Time, Newsweek,

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