TITLE: All the Presidents' Men
In this scene Woodward is typing to Bernstein that Deep Throat (now known as H. Mark Felt) said that their lives are in danger and they might be bugged.
Good timing. While news of the latest Bush shananigans are still in the air, , Channel 13, the New York PBS affiliate, is running both "All the President's Men" and Watergate Plus 30: Shadow of History, originally produced in 2003.
The similarities between Bush's concept of the presidency and Nixon's couldn't be clearer. Nixon thought, and Bush thinks that the president is above the laws of the United States - a virtual dictator.
Their biggest difference? Nixon subverted the Constitution covertly. Bush does it proudly and publicly.
As Nixon aid and Watergate witness John Dean observed, Bush is "the first president to admit to an impeachable offense."
There IS a political will to impeach. Get off your asses Democratic representatives!!!
Aside: The story of Robert Redford's involvement in the Watergate movie is very interesting
That's the content. I guess because the idiots at Google have decided to use AI to flag posts and their AI thinks that "Deep Throat" refers to the pornographic movie (which is, to be sure, the origin of the term) instead of a legitimate historical fact that Woodward and Bernstein used the term to refer to H. Mark Felt.
Google has lost its mind.
Fun fact: I once worked as a contractor for Google and my impression of Google's full-time employees was that they were all on drugs.