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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by jkcerda, Apr 30, 2014.
interesting, trying to find out more about it.
Keep in mind that all political thrillers in general are inspired by the events of their time.
The fact that Obama politics are in Winter Soldier shouldn't be remotely shocking since the film makers said it was intended to be like the techno thrillers from the 70's when there was a great deal of concern about abuse of power and corruption.
Next thing you know, someone's going to claim the movie "All the President's Men" was based on real events.
Okay, but any student of history will recognize that Obama's politics are based on concepts and ideas that were generated long before they were attributed to him.
Orwell, 1984... anyone?
What's that old quote about there being nothing new, under the sun...
Captain America comics were far far before this movie.
Errr... the article says that it was inspired by his politics. Nothing indicates it was about him personally.
my title is word for word the articles title.
Fun fact, many headlines/titles in news articles are not written by the person writing the article itself. Editors (I think) write the headlines to draw attention to the reader and doesnt always have to correspond with the content.
We have more than enough evidence where the headline doesnt match up with the body. Moral - take the headline with a grain of salt and assume that it was written by someone else.
More specifically, this is done by copy editors and page designers. Often a reporter will suggest a hed, but the copy desk is liable to change it, and a page designer may alter it as well because of space and column inches.
Online editors may also futz with the hed to better beguile Google's algorithms.
It's a wilco tango foxtrot for reporters when this happens and it's often the fault of a copy editor who tried to parse an ugly lede and failed.
And that article's title was a click bait title, as was yours then.