As the Instapundit (see blogroll at left) posted:
MORE: ShrinkWrapped doesn't like Democratic officeholders' threats against ABC: "Not only is there is no awareness that the campaign they are running against the Disney Corporation is dangerous but they revel in their ability to use all the forces at their command to intimidate a media outlet. If Republicans did this, the howls of outrage would know no bounds, yet the Democrats, champions of civil liberties as they fancy themselves to be, propose censorship without a trace of irony." (emphasis mine--Darren)
This is generating more blowback elsewhere: "This is exactly the sort of behavior that forces me to vote Republican even when I disagree with half their platform. Hopefully, the American people still believe the First Amendment should be upheld by both parties, and will act accordingly in November."
I've already heard lefties scream about the anti-Democrat guy who made this movie. Well, I heard a lengthy interview with him on Hugh Hewitt's radio show this week. The man may be many things, but he's certainly no friend of Republicans. Yes, he said, he had to merge several similar events into one in the movie, or dramatize some point because no, he wasn't actually in the room when someone said something and he had to guess/infer how the real situation in 1990-something took place. But if certain Democrats look bad in this story, it's not because he's trying to make them look bad.
Right Wing Prof (see blogroll at left) links to a fun little read about the pathetic censorship attempt here.
Since Barbara Boxer, Harry Reid, Bill Clinton, et. al. seem to be such strong advocates of literal truth in all politically-themed movies, I'll have to go through the archives and find pictures of them protesting outside of Michael Moore-on's last movie about the President. I'll get back to you when I find them.