I've yet to hear anyone stating the obvious with regards to Sony and their "movie." How provocative, blatant and culturally insensitive. Why wouldn't the tiny country most ostracized, isolated and paranoid in the world take umbrage at the most powerful country in the world using the most globally influential medium to make political gains?
Political assassination is the highest crime. It's not slapstick humor; oh yeah, I forgot.
As to suggesting they get a sense of humor, how funny is an enemy flying a drone overhead? "Oh, those knee-slapping Americans, what will they think of next?" Takes the image of "The Ugly American" to new heights!
How naïve to not consider this a government psy-op, perpetrated upon us. And how convenient North Korea's retaliation, justifying our attacking their (whole) Internet system for what they attempted to do to Sony?
Don't think other countries took note and tremble? Who brought the knife to this gunfight? Not Corporate America.
What a cheap plot -- the president's comments, followed by Sony's defiant opening day. Trite, egocentric and insulting to our intelligence, once again. Predictably leading to restraints on the Internet, "for our protection."
We lose, government wins, and a patsy's to blame -- classic! Let's find these lame scenario writers gainful employment, soon.
My nose is sore. Can't this leash be attached elsewhere? Curiously, neither the left or the right has made this a point of issue. Curiously.
William A. Costello, Jr.