Designated Survivor: Should it be designated as Democrat propaganda?

Patricia McCarthy: Too soon to know Anyone who read Tom Clancy's novel, Debt of Honor, published in 1994, has most likely wondered why it was not made into a film long ago.  It is a gripping novel, written long before 9/11.  The book tells the story of a Japanese man whose parents were killed at the end of WWII.  He plots his deranged revenge by becoming a pilot and ultimately flying a jetliner into the Capitol building during the State of the Union address.  In that book, his main character Jack Ryan, from his books Hunt for Red October, Clear and Present Danger, Patriot Games, etc., is the "designated survivor."  It is this book that is the likely kernel of the idea for the new television series, Designated Survivor, a Kiefer Sutherland venture very similar in vein to his long-running series, 24.   In this program, he is a lowly cabinet member who is catapulted into the presidency when every other person in the...(Read Full Article)