Friday, July 7, 2006

Man Finds Conservative Values In Comics, Horror Films

WEEHAWKEN, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter are well-known conservatives, but one right- winger in Weehawken, New Jersey, prefers to get his political fix reading comic books and watching horror films.

His name is J.R. Taylor and he runs, a website dedicated to pointing out conservative ideas appearing in supposedly lowbrow entertainment.

For instance, Taylor says the Luke Cage: Power Man comic books of the early 1970s may have been created to capitalize on the then-booming Blaxploitation craze, but says the character has an entrepreneurial individualism nature more in line with Ronald Reagan than Jesse Jackson.

And while The Hills Have Eyes may be intended as just a horror film, Taylor says it also promotes a citizen’s right to bear arms – especially since the scene where the gun- hating left-winger gets killed by one of the evil creatures he allows to live.

Taylor started the website on July 4 and suggests grandparents use it to recommend good entertainment for their grandkids and vice versa.

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