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"As he reminds us, the don't-mess-with-the-U.S. Reagan years were an overheated response to '70s downers such as the Iran hostage crisis."

This is a joke, right? I guess all those other action heroes pre-dating Stallone and the Governor were just imaginary (Steve McQueen and James Bond et al would probably be pretty surprised to hear about this). And I guess that whole time when Japan messed with the US at Pearl Harbor and had their asses handed to them in return, twice, was somehow another, abnormal, event in American history. I could go on, but I think you get the point...

How can anyone state such drivel with an even remotely straight face? Oh, right: it's the LA Times, who just *love* America (and, of course, I imagine the whole scandal of doping is America's fault, too, even though the Hungarians, Russians, Chinese, etc. were the big forerunners to today's scandal-plagued, *worldwide*, doping issues).

Tip: if you want to make a documenatry (and actual one, not one that seeks to distort reality M. Moore-style) please don't subject us to your idiotic politics in the process.

Jim V.

James Bond was British... and neither Steve McQueen nor James Bond were famous because of their muscles, which is the point of this documentary.

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