Saturday, September 01, 2007

The Clooney Left....


So...another Learjet Liberal at the Venice Film Festival opens his crusty pie-hole:

Clooney - who said he made "Syriana" and "Good Night, and Good Luck", out of anger that he was labeled a traitor for questioning the decision to go to war - told reporters he thinks change is coming.

Why would he care what others may or may not say or think about his opinions? So, like a whining snot, because of actual or perceived accusations of him being "a traitor", he goes and makes anti-American films? Oookay.... that'll put his critics in their places!

Grow some thicker skin, you pampered, pompous putz.

I rarely hear significant conservative voices label those they criticize as "anti-American" and "traitor". In some cases, I do think it's appropriate to question their patriotism (what else would you call the actions of Jane Fonda, sitting on a North Viet Cong anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down American planes? Willful ignorance?). However, why is it, that in so many cases when it's their judgment that is being called into question, anti-war liberals have the knee-jerk reaction of feeling like it is their patriotism which is under attack?

Maybe, because deep down inside, there is some truth gnawing at them there, and they know it.

He said he believes Americans are now in the process of fixing the mistakes of the last few years.

Fixing things, "that's what Americans have been really good at," he said.

Yup....we're still fixing the mistakes and misteps of the Carter Administration and the Clinton Administration. Meanwhile, Hollywood know-nothing learjet liberals like Clooney want to install an Obama, Edwards, or the 2nd coming of Clinton into the Oval Office.

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3 Comments:

Blogger J_G said...

When Hollywood starts making propaganda films that favor the enemy, they have become desperate in their mission to see America lose this war. The last thing that the Hollywood types like Clooney and his ilk want to see is an Iraq that is on it's way to becoming a democratized state. This would mean that George Bush's policies were right.

The rest of us that are smart enough to understand that our policy in Iraq has to succeed if we are to live in relative safety and peace. They cannot see that far and only see their hate for George Bush.

Saturday, September 01, 2007 9:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Skye said...

Hmm...fine wine ages well - Clooney does not.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007 7:20:00 PM  
Blogger miriam said...

I will never watch another movie with any of them in it: Fonda, Theron, Clooney, Jodie Foster, Robbins, etc.

Friday, September 07, 2007 10:29:00 AM  

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