Bill Clinton is upset.
Madeline Albright is upset.
The Democrat party is upset.
Sure, ABC has put together a 9/11 movie that portrays all three in a negative light, but that's not a big deal, right? After all, it's just fiction, it's just a movie, if it were written down, it would be just a novel.
I'll bet they will spend lots and lots of time to debunk a work of fiction.
How absolutely ridiculous.
Just ask Dan Brown and Random House.
Which raises a related question: why is Random House and James Frey, author of "A Million Little Pieces", giving back the proceeds on his sales?
Random House didn't offer to refund the money on Brown's work, even though the only difference between Brown and Frey is that Frey wrote a book claiming to be history which turned out to be partially fiction, while Brown wrote a book which was fiction, but claimed to accurately portray history.
Catholics and other Christians were very angry with Brown, but no harm, no foul.
On the other hand, Oprah got very angry at Frey.
It's comforting to know that Random House knows who they can safely cross and who they can't. This answers all those people who say publishing houses have no standards.