No. They would not. Not unless you count shitty little hand held movies thrown together by a group of friends as being the best you want. The creation of good movies is simply a very expensive endeavor and even college films cost more than someone not actually in the class underwritten by the college can afford to do it. And *those* are almost exclusively horrid crap.
Said the commenter who equated being anti-union to being right wing. I programmed/designed/analyzed for an entire career without the need for someone to represent me. I represented myself. If you're smart enough to code for a living, you're smart enough to do the same.
So why has every environmental initiative in the past 40 years been pushed by the Democrats and resisted by the Republicans?
You mean like this one?
Odd. I didn't know Bush was a Democrat.
What about this one?
Where are the Democrats pushing this bill and Republicans opposing it?
And although I'm stepping outside your 40-year limit, who created the Environmental Protection Agency in the first place? I'll give you a hint:
He wasn't speaking for them, he was berating them. Your inability to grasp the distinction has invalidated your criticism.
Until patient confidentiality is enshrined into laws
I quit reading it when foobies.com was split off into a separate site.