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We need movies, I honestly mean that. As a society, as Americans and as voters, we need movies. We need them for all kinds of reasons. We need them to laugh, cry, escape, to teach, to love, to hate and to provide needed comentary on society itself. Now that is not to say that we as a society would crumble without the cinema. I honestly don't know what life would be like without the cinema and I honestly don't want to think about it. Movies provide many people, that may vote, but don't follow politics a great opportunity to see examples of right and wrong. And not just right and wrong, but how the lines get blurred between the two. For many of those who follow politics, they would not bother with the movies, they don't care what happens to the Amazing Spider-Man, they see evil and fight evil everyday and simply don't have any desire to see fictional character battle in a unrealistic setting against larger than life characters.
Its been a great summer vacation and it's time to get back at it. But before we do I think its important to make sure we take advantage of lifes little disctractions. Plus I am really excited about the new Batman movie....enjoy!
On the Jon Justice Show Thursday morning starting at 7:06am, hear the breaking news as the Supremes hand down their verdict on ObamaCare. Plus get expert analysis from constitutional experts after the ruling comes down.