Further down the rabbit hole
The insanity continues. Now poor Quentin Tarantino has been pushed into the spotlight to defend the Cannes Film Festival's award decisions. We creep closer and closer to a Coulter-ish heaven where freedom of speech and freedom of assembly are utterly subject to a "patriotism", aka a non-critical of BushCo, test.
Of course, European jurors don't feel the need to be mincing or apologetic. After all, there's a number of countries that BushCo has to bomb through before they reach, say, Scotland:
When an Italian journalist complained that the film had "only one point of view," juror Tilda Swinton, an actress from Scotland, replied "We've heard what Bush has to say. We live with it. It's not a fair fight. This film helps to redress the balance."