Thursday, August 9, 2012

Culture Wars

Last week I spoke to a woman who was deeply worried about the direction our country is going today...especially since she was an Obama voter in 2008. She was looking to me to give her some reasons to change her party affiliation for the first time in her life.

I was more than happy to devote my entire morning to exposing this Obama Regime in full detail. I supplied enough information for her and her friends to study on and ponder for weeks to come. As I was getting up to leave, however, she stopped me to say one worrisome thing...
"But Obama and Michelle are rock stars".

I am posting this today to partially quantify my post of yesterday titled..."Are We Done Yet". My intention here is to express my concern over what has become a battle of the rock stars and Hollywood elite for the minds of the American sheeple.

We are indeed done as a culture and a republic when we allow "intellectual giants " such as these porn stars, actors, and commedians to form public opinion and government policy. 
I cite these GREAT AMERICAN examples from the Left Coast... Sean Penn, Chris Rock, Will FerrellWhoopie Goldberg, Al Franken, Johnny Depp,  Stephen Speilberg

CARACAS (Reuters) - U.S. actor Sean Penn joined President Hugo Chavez at an election rally in Venezuela on Sunday, bringing a dash of Hollywood to the campaign as he rode with him atop a truck past cheering supporters.

Penn is a friend of Chavez, who hopes to win a new six-year term on October 7. The campaign has turned into the toughest fight of the president's political career.

"Thank you very much for visiting us again, dear friend," Chavez said after introducing Penn to the big crowd in the central city of Valencia. "We're all Americans, from the north, the center, the south. Long live the American continent!"

So let's all party down with the stars now!

In a sequel to President Obama's celebrity-laden 2008 campaign, many of Hollywood's biggest stars are on his donor rolls again in 2012, according to the latest FEC records.

Since April, big-screen stars George Clooney, Will Ferrell and Tom Hanks have all contributed to Obama's re-election campaign, as have Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Garner, Michael Keaton and Eddie Murphy.

Small screen stars also donated in droves, including talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, "30 Rock's" Alec Baldwin, "Glee's" Jane Lynch, "House" star Jennifer Morrison, "Lost" creator JJ Abrams, "Monk" star Tony Shalhoub, Yeardley Smith (aka Lisa Simpson), "The Big C's" Oliver Platt, "Frasier" star David Hyde Pierce and former "ER" star Anthony Edwards.
And while it may come as little surprise that Hollywood's elites are backing a Democratic candidate, the sheer number of headlining stars who have donated to a candidate this early on in a presidential campaign is unprecedented.

In addition to the actors, movie producers and studio executives also dot the donor list, like Brian Grazer, Steven Spielberg, Dreamworks' Jeffrey Katzenberg, Disney chairman John Pepper and "Sex and the City" co-creator Michael Patrick King.

Grammy-winning musicians James Taylor and Will.I.Am also sent in donations, as did singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb. From the ranks of radio came "Prairie Home Companion's" Garrison Keillor and Tom Joyner, of the syndicated "Tom Joyner Morning Show."...Read More

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