Most folks who stop by here probably know I'm not a fan of our current President. This President (the phrase used during spin-chats these days which, depending upon the type of inflection used, clues in the listener as to whether the speaker is a fan of The Prez or not) just ain't my cup of tea.
Still, I find myself a bit alarmed upon reading that a British TV network will air a fictional documentary about the assassination of W.
According to this article in USA Today, This President's assassination will be the main plot of Death Of A President, which will focus on those involved--the anti-war protesters, the Secret Service agents who try and protect The Man and those suspected of being involved with the assassination.
I'm hardly a fan of censorship, and I don't think art should be limited. My question is, though: Does this idea push (or cross) the boundaries of good taste? Is it a good idea, or a bad one?