In a way, it's the ultimate reality show, because [he whispers] these kids die. He downs an iced coffee, perks up, and starts talking fervently about the war. He filmed everything that moved. He is incensed by "America's liberal-dominated media", which "opposes the war only because they want to make Bush look bad".
I think the footage he's got is unique. The 40-year-old, who was suffering a drug-fuelled breakdown following the collapse of his fourth marriage, had never been near a war zone in his life.
Because these guys are out there trying to kill you. Trapped between border and Constitution. Log Out.
Dollard is also less than happy with the Vanity Fair article, which he dismisses as a cartoonish profile with a leftist agenda. He was a tearaway in his teenage years, but Pat always looked up to Ann. Search arts jobs Search all jobs.
So he went to find some sanity in Iraq with drugs and a hi-def camera. Ads are currently disabled.
The reaction of watching bodies drop like that was, for me, nothing short of joy. The kids totally trusted him and took him everywhere. Dollard has not yet acknowledged criticism of his tweet, although shortly after posting it he did quote the following Biblical passage:. It's not like it's a normal day.
He jumped back into the vehicle and kept filming. His Twitter account lists him as a "contributing journalist" at Breitbart -- whose founder, Andrew Breitbart, he counted as a personal friend.