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Bonker
March 14, 2003, 05:33 PM
There's so many to hate! But who do we like? I made a short list. Feel free to add to it:

Singer Kid Rock:
"Why is everybody trying to stop the war? ... Politicians and music don't mix. It's like whiskey and wine. We ought to stay out of it. We got to kill that [expletive] Saddam. Slit his throat. Kill him and the guy in North Korea."

Dennis Miller:
"I would call the French scumbags, but that, of course, would be a disservice to bags filled with scum. I say we invade Iraq, then invade Chirac,"

James Woods:
"If they harbor terrorists, we should wipe them off the face of the Earth. Eventually, one of these terrorist diaper-heads is going to come around and do something more horrible."

Howard Stern:
"moronic peaceniks"

Rob Lowe:
"Americans should be inclined to support President Bush and the nation's armed forces."

Charlie Daniels (on anti-war celebrities)
"You people are some of the most disgusting examples of a waste of protoplasm I've ever had the displeasure to hear about,"

Jean Claude Van Damme
"Some of those in Hollywood are part of the axis of ignorance."



There's a lot more who are on the right side. Bruce Willis comes to mind. Don't believe what you see in the media. It is entirely possible to have a career in entertainment in conjunction with a functioning brain.

Also, LeAnn Rimes said this week that singers shouldn't talk about politics. She is very wise for her years.

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spacemanspiff
March 14, 2003, 05:39 PM
"We can no longer play games," Jones said Tuesday at the Givens Performing Art Center. "I was not against the war in Bosnia. I was against it taking so long. I was not against the war in Somalia. Again, it took too long, and we didn't finish the job. We should've stayed and finished the job. About this pending war, I just think we should've finished that war the first time." Jones, who spoke as part of the distinguished speaker series at UNC Pembroke, also touched on other serious subjects.

"Let us remind ourselves tonight it's better to light the candle than curse the darkness," Jones said. "We all know the roots of prejudice. We have to work together. We have to fix that which we are responsible for, accept the part that is ours and move on. Dr. (Martin Luther) King found the courage to fight for it. He gave all, including his life. In doing so, he touched all our lives."

Spackler
March 14, 2003, 05:48 PM
Did you catch Super-Liberal Ron Silver and Bill Maher on Wolf Blizter's show? Silver is actually supporting Bush. Silver was debating Maher. Rush had sound bites on his show today. I almost fell over!

cool45auto
March 14, 2003, 07:54 PM
I think Kurt Russell said something about a neighbor wanting to borrow some guns but he told them they were all being used! That's cool.:)

spacemanspiff
March 14, 2003, 08:14 PM
whats so difficult about buying your own guns?

:D

gryphon
March 14, 2003, 08:16 PM
The thing about Silver that really surprised me was the fact that he had facts to back up all his statements and rebuttals to Bill Mahr(sp?).

I never was one to stomach Bill Mahr or anything he has done. Now that it looks like HBO will be loosing the Sopranos and putting on a show with Bill Mahr, I might just drop HBO from Satellite altogether.

Stevie-Ray
March 14, 2003, 08:22 PM
Charlton Heston. My boyhood hero turned NRA President. It was one of the greatest things I had ever heard. Unfortunately his reign is to be cut far too short. I hope for his sake and the sake of his family, his battle is an easier one than my Father's, who died with Alzheimer's disease in 1987. I am truly saddened by the news of this great man's future road. To me, Charlton Heston will always be "the Man."

kalibear45
March 14, 2003, 10:37 PM
Ted Nugent! http://www.gamers-forums.com/smilies/contrib/blackeye/AR15firing.gif

stevelyn
March 15, 2003, 10:12 AM
Tom Selleck. Pro-gun and maintained composure and class while Rosie acted inhospitable to him as a guest on her show.

Tamara
March 15, 2003, 11:11 AM
You know, Bonker, you didn't even manage to use the word "gun" in your initial post.

doseyclwn
March 15, 2003, 12:38 PM
Hey, let's not forget Sarah Michelle Gellar

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