Chuck Koplinski: Spielberg's 'Lincoln' paints powerfully human portrait
Surprisingly intimate yet dealing with moral questions of epic proportion, Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" is a movie befitting its subject, as we know him.
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#1 Nov 16, 2012
oh yeah the first draft,
the first income tax,
the suspension of freedom of speech
the suspension of the right to trial
Freeing slavers to attack their masters,
arresting the governor of Ohio without charges and deporting him
arrest of 55,000 union soldiers for disagreeing with him
the murder of the black confederate troops who he moved by cattle car to military prison in Illinois then had lined up and shot.
A Liar, sadist and war crimminal
#2 Nov 16, 2012
i didnt even cover how he imported millions of Chinese coolies for his corporate rail boss friends,
How he turned Pinkerton loose on land owners the rail barons were robbing. He was the cause of the civil war and an ackromegalic freak
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