'Eli Stone' entertains but still hits some sour notes
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#1 Feb 14, 2008
I agree with the article author, but would like to add that I have been really turned off by the shows blatant bias and distortions. The first episode tried to link vaccine shots to autism even against scientific evidence.
Tonight's episode tried to rationalized lying to the court to get a soldier out of an "unending war," and even had the soldier saying that her chances of returning home safely got worse every time she went to Iraq, even though violence is undeniably down in Iraq and the surge seems to be working.
If the writers of a show want to preach, they should not LIE to us when they do so.
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