Well, it seems that the release of the latest Star Wars film has generated a ton of political hyperbole on all sides of the political spectrum. I specifically direct you to an article in today's New York Times Online entitled Latest 'Star Wars' Movie Is Quickly Politicized. I would create a link, but it requires a registration to view.
In any event, after reading the article, it occurred to me that, given the ongoing politicalization of American society, perhaps the time is right to institute a revised movie rating system.
Along with the existing G-X morality rating system, I think we should now institute an LL - LB political rating system for movies, so that everyone will be forewarned about the political perspective being promoted in every film.
My rating system breaks down as follows:
LL - Liberal Leftist
L - Liberal
ML - Moderate Liberal
MC - Moderate Conservative
C - Conservative
CR - Conservative Rightist
RR - Religious Right
LB - Libertarian
This should do quite nicely. Then, those with a more conservative bent will not have to worry about going to movies like the latest Star Wars film and be bombarded with leftist propaganda. Conversely, those with a more liberal bent will not have to worry about going to movies like Passion of the Christ and be exposed unnecessarily to religious and/or rightist propaganda.
And since the Jews and liberals control Hollywood (as well as the banks, so conservatives can't even produce decent movies), most likely the conservatives won't need to even look at the movie section any longer. Just stay home and watch reruns of Ozzie and Harriet and Father Knows Best. And, of course, we can't forget the 24-hour Passion of the Christ network.