Sun 21 Mar, 2004 06:47 am
As most of you probably know there are many sites run by right wing nuts that boycott entertainers that they believe are "unpatriotic" (there term for those on the left).
Here's a few.
*The Right Wingers can name their faves if they wish.
Me. I'm not as famous but I fit the other criteria like a glove.
Oh no not Barbara Streisand
They don't like fabulous people. Makes them look, well, like dullards.
OTOH, what does Britney Spears' identity as a fundamentalist Christian, and political conservative who supports the president ("I believe we should trust the president, since he knows what's best for us") say about the average credibility of that group?
hobbitbob I think it clearly shows that although homosexuality is an abhorrent and unnatural crime before both God and man, that chicks who make out with other chicks are cool as long as they love george and Jesus.... heh heh
A few more...
Nobody likes a critic.
Don't forget Susan Sarandon, Charlie Sheen and Michael Jackson, and OJ Simpson, Kobe, Martha, and any other successful minority or woman who starts getting powerful with a voice to match that power...or a popularity that might appeal to the unwashed, dark masses.
I wonder if chicks secretly get tittilated by watching two guys make it? I mean, both have the parts they want to see, you know? Or are women too jealous to "get" it.
speaking as a chick, I think I can answer, no we don't get turned on and we don't get jealous. Women are just different than men and it is more than visual. Of course I could be the exception rather than the rule, but I don't think so. Besides its just gross. I don't get turned on seeing two women together but its not gross.
But you have a point about all the successful leftist getting singled out.
So are you saying that Martha Stewart fans are unwashed and dark? Guess I will have to stop taking baths and get a tan.
I think you make a point to be even handed in your outrageously offensive comments. But for all that, you do have a lot of good insights in between all those ugly comments.
Willie Nelson's gotta be on the list. He wrote his second protest song in his career about the Iraq war and the Bush administration.
Is it not easier just to say "Hollywood"?
That's too broad. Don't forget Ah-nold's constituency.