It Turns Out Mel Gibson is Misunderstood.

A friend of mine passed this along to me and I thought it was worth sharing. Everyone’s favorite conservative magazine, The National Review, has come out with a list of the Best Conservative Movies of the Last 25 Years.

What is of note is #13, Braveheart. Braveheart, starring and directed by Mel Gibson, is put on the list because of its message that “freedom is worth dying for.”braveheart.jpg

But let me share with you the last few lines of the review:

Six years later, amid the ruins of the Twin Towers, Gibson’s message resonated with a generation of American youth who signed up to fight terrorists, instead of inviting them to join a “constructive dialogue.� Liberals have never forgiven Gibson since.

That’s right. Mel Gibson can’t get a job in Hollywood because he made Braveheart. Hollywood is SO liberal that they would be worried that Mel Gibson would come out with a movie that would bash “constructive dialogue.”

Thank God the truth comes out. All this time, I thought liberals hated Mel Gibson because he is a drunk anti-Semite. The more you know…

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