Monday, September 17, 2007

Sally Field Censored by FOX


At last night’s 59th Annual Emmy Awards, Sally Field, who won Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Nora Holden Walker in ABC’s “Brothers and Sisters,” was censored by FOX as she was about to make a point about the Iraq War.
Crooks and Liars has the video.

“Surely this [award] belongs to all the mothers of the world. May they be seen, may their work be valued and raised. Especially to the mothers who stand with an open heart and wait. Wait for their children to come home from danger, from harm’s way, and from war. I am proud to be one of those women. If mothers ruled the world, there would be no….“
"... god-damned wars in the first place."

Backstage Field said: "I have no comment other than, 'Oh well.' I said what I wanted to say. I honestly believe that if mothers ruled the world, we wouldn't be sending our children off to be slaughtered.... I probably shouldn't have said the 'God' in front of the 'damn.' I would've liked to have said more bleeped-out words, but that's life.''

2 comments:

FranIAm said...

We know.

We have been silenced.

And today, as we celebrate (use that term loosely) the 220th birthday of the constitution (come on by to check that out at my place) many of us are sadly aware of the fingers that would like to choke off our voices.

They can not and they will not.

Period.

These idiots just gave Sally Field way more publicity... so glad for that!

Coffee Messiah said...

Gee, I wonder what people are going to hear, that they've never heard before?

Pathetic by any reasoning.

Freedom eh?????? ; (