- Choking back tears, COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF star Donald Sutherland
warned this week: President Bush "will destroy our lives!"
- The star of the new ABC drama, which follows the first
woman President of the United States, lashed out at the real White House
during a dramatic sit down interview with the BBC.
- Sutherland ripped Bush and his administration for the
war and Hurricane Katrina fallout.
- "They were inept. The were inadequate to the task,
and they lied," Sutherland charged.
- "And they were insulting, and they were vindictive.
And they were heartless. They did not care. They do not care. They do not
care about Iraqi people. They do not care about the families of dead soldiers.
They only care about profit."
- At one point during the session, Sutherland started crying:
"We've stolen our children's future... We have children. We have children.
How dare we take their legacy from them. How dare we. It's shameful. What
we are doing to our world."
- Sutherland went on rip Karl Rove's "methods and
means" against people like Cindy Sheehan.
- "We're back to burning books in Germany," Sutherland
said of NBC's editing out of Kanye West's comment on Bush during a hurricane