The Insanity of the Celebrity LEFT and Their Hatred of Sarah Palin (Chevy Chase, Damon, Lohan & Pam Anderson) … That’s Why Sarah’s Our Gal



Keep talking celebs. The more you do, the more the McCain/Palin poll numbers rise.The Palin_Sarahliberal left celebrity crowd continues their assault on Republican VP choice Sarah Palin. The hatred from the celebrity and Hollywood left is beyond words. Why should we be surprised, celebrities are so far out of touch with main stream life and values. Do celebrities realize that it is the very people they try to insult and make fun of who actually spend their money to see them? Maybe “We the People” should no longer. Folks, listen to the tone and arrogance of these people when they talk about Sarah Palin. They come from a stand point of … how dare she even think of running.

So everyone thought that SNL’s skit of Sarah Palin over the weekend was just more typical SNL light hearted spoofs. It does not appear that one time SNL cast member Chevy Chase thought that way.The latest in the long line of lunatic rants is from Chevy Chase. Get this, Chevy Chase wants Tina Fey to ‘Decimate’ Sarah Palin. Chevy Chase used to be funny, now he is just old, angry and mean. The Elitist LEFT just cannot believe that a normal, everyday average person has the audacity to run for VP.

What Chevy Chase and the rest of the Hollywood celebrities have forgotten is comedy is supposed to be funny … not mean.

Chase made one comment that actually made sense and he didn’t even know it because he was saying it in a condescending manner … when speaking to the fact that Tiny Fey is an exact look-a-like to Sarah Palin

“… when we have the opportunity to get a Sarah Palin look-a-like which probably exists in every city in the country.”

Without knowing it because of being a liberal elitist Chase just touched on the fact as to why so many people have flocked to Sarah Palin. She is an everyday woman for people who have been craving a non-Inside the Washington, DC Beltway type. That’s why Sarah Palin is America’s gal.

VIDEO of interview

Chevy Chase said Monday he wants Tina Fey to go “even harder” on Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin than she did in her “Saturday Night Live” skit this past weekend … and that he wants Fey to “decimate” her.

“I want her to decimate this woman. This woman is, I can’t believe there hasn’t been more about it. … It’s just unbelievable to me this woman is actually running for vice president,” he continued.

Let us not forget Matt Damon’s comments regarding Sarah Palin and that it is “Like a Bad Disney movie.” Gee Matt, because YOU know nothing about her that makes her unworthy of being the Vice President? I would dare say Mr. Damon you probably do not know much about a lot of things unless they fit into your liberal small minded box of thinking. Matt, there is a thing called the internet, newspapers and magazines where you can find out a wealth of info on the Governor of Alaska. All you have to do is take the time and the effort, instead suddenly Matt Damon is an actuary and physician

What is more absurd, Matt Damon and people of his ilk who have not a clue as to anything geopolitical except what they read on liberal left hate blogs or Sarah Palin who has a track record in politics of running for the Vice-Presidency? Matt, have you checked out the fact that Barack Obama has less experience that Palin? Of course not, that’s different.

 “And I think that’s a really scary thing because I don’t know anything about her,” said Damon in a video released yesterday. “I know she was a mayor of a really, really small town. And she was governor of Alaska for less than two years. I just don’t understand . . . I think the pick was made for political purposes but in terms of governance it’s a disaster.”

“You do the actuary tables and there’s a one-out-of-three chance, if not more, that McCain doesn’t survive his first term and it will be President Palin . . . It’s like a bad Disney movie,” said Damon, who has ponied up $4,600 to Barack Obama this year and $28,500 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

Now comes even more reasons why to elect Sarah Palin as VP of the United States, Linday Lohan and Pamela Anderson slap at Sarah Palin.  Could there be two bigger reason to vote just the opposite than to listen to these two accomplished women. Pamela Anderson with all the class and dignity tells Sarah Palin to “suck it.”  Pamela must be confused with her, um … home videos.

“I can’t stand her,” Anderson told E! News Weekend Canada. “She can suck it!”

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    82 Responses to “The Insanity of the Celebrity LEFT and Their Hatred of Sarah Palin (Chevy Chase, Damon, Lohan & Pam Anderson) … That’s Why Sarah’s Our Gal”

    1. MBS on September 17th, 2008 11:22 am

      I watched the Matt Damon interview, he sounded like an idiot, and I’ve always been a fan of his. Not anymore. How can anyone say Sarah Palin is not prepared to be VP, and turn around and say Obama is prepared to be President? The whole argument is illogical. I really wish these celebrities would keep their mouths shut publicly, so I can enjoy their movies without having to think about their ridiculous political statements.

    2. MBS on September 17th, 2008 11:31 am

      Also, if these celebrities want to support Obama, why can’t they just say they like Obama b ecause he’s a liberal, and if you’re a liberal you should vote for him too. Instead of saying, don’t vote for McCain Palin because Palin is too inexperienced. I don’t think any of them are doing Obama any good. Except maybe Streisand, heard she managed to raise several million dollars.

    3. minnesota dad on September 17th, 2008 11:40 am

      Here are a few extra endorsements:

      Barbara Streisand
      Hugo Chavez
      Vladimir Putin,
      Al Queda
      Lindsay Lohan
      Rosie Odonnell
      The whole cast of the VIEW (minus Hasselback)

      Now Obama is claiming he is the leader putting up the bills for more financial regulation (both Dems and McCain disagree with him).

      Here is the slap down of the day:

      Still looking for someone to giving me Obama’s leadership history/credentials.

    4. 11B40 on September 17th, 2008 11:44 am


      One of the pearls of wisdom my father shared with me was: Don’t put your trust in people who don’t shine their own shoes or open the door for themselves.

    5. Brenda from Virginia on September 17th, 2008 11:53 am

      Awww…poor Pammy! She doesn’t realize most women aren’t like her who’s first thought is to “sucking on something”.

      As for Matt Damon, I think he stood up a little too fast after taking a nice, long drink of toilet water….a bit dizzy and didn’t know what he was saying!

      Chevy Chase…a has been…only thing he can do these days to get his name in the news.

      Lindsy Lohan. Yeah, America care what she has to say. Such a mental giant here….

    6. SUPER DAVE on September 17th, 2008 11:57 am

      too bad pammy is nothing more than a b-movie bimbo porn actress. maybe barry will give her a place on his throne beside his wife !!!
      all these actors praising barry but only send $4500.00 when they themselves are millionaires !!
      a sure sign that barry is just a popularity thing for these actors who do not live in the real world.

    7. caesu on September 17th, 2008 12:07 pm

      you are taking these celebs way too serious.
      nobody took Britney Spears serious.

      Britney Spears: I think we should just trust our president in every decision that he makes and we should just support that.

      and the McCain/Palin poll numbers are not rising but falling steadily.

    8. BUN on September 17th, 2008 12:28 pm

      It’s just a matter of reality..the bigger the boobs are made (artifically), the more brain power is needed to keep them from falling on the kneecaps, pulling away needed IQ to keep one from appearing stupid!!

    9. J.C. on September 17th, 2008 12:46 pm

      Oh Pam… I know it hurts when you tumble quickly to the d-list. And judging from your response it doesn’t sound like you have an education to fall back on.

      But hey, at least you have your painfully obvious and DESPERATE REALITY show to remind the world how haggard and washed up you are these days.

      Oh well… look on the bright side, you could always hang with Feldman.

    10. SL-Gloria on September 17th, 2008 1:31 pm

      and the McCain/Palin poll numbers are not rising but falling steadily.

      I checked the graph and the decrease is meaningless from the statistic point of view. No visible steady fal, so you must have seen another graph. But anyhow, what matters is not the popular vote, but the electoral count.

    11. Kay jones on September 17th, 2008 2:02 pm

      Besides change in Washington; we need change in Hollywood! Get rid of these loser Actors and Actresses! Vote McCain/Palin 2008

    12. SL-Gloria on September 17th, 2008 2:04 pm

      The celebrity and establishment media hate Palin, because when her values, habits and preferences are juxtaposed to theirs, the contrast is so abysmal and they have to reject her, because she makes them readily evident:

      - Mundane Vs Spiritual influence
      - Propensity to political correctness Vs Freedom of expression
      - Restricted choice Vs Freedom of choice
      - Codependency Vs Resourcefulness
      - Free open sex partnership Vs Family commitment
      - Zabars Vs Costco
      - Drugs and alcohol Vs fishing and hunting
      - Anti-American Vs Patriotic
      - Indifferent Vs Dedicated

      And many, many more contrasts.

    13. caesu on September 17th, 2008 2:08 pm


      in the blog there is suggestion that McCain/Palin are on the rise.
      but the graph shows Obama is edging ahead.
      still statistical tie.
      but there is a slow but steady trend visible.
      and statewide polls will follow as they always do.

      also favorabilty rating of Mccain/Palin are going down.
      (Research 2000)
      Palin is dragging McCain down now actually.
      that will cause blue collar voters to turn to Obama – especially because of the worsening econimic crisis.

      so we have to wait if McCain has anymore tricks up his sleeve.

      Obama can win if he gets one of the following battleground states combinations:
      1. Colorado + Iowa + New Mexico.
      2. Ohio + another state
      3. Virginia + Colorado
      4. Virginia + two smaller states
      5. Florida

    14. Rusty Bridges on September 17th, 2008 2:15 pm

      What makes these actor morons think that they are experts anyways? Stick to your fantasy make believe world, you sound like a bunch of idiots in the real world!

    15. minnesota dad on September 17th, 2008 2:27 pm


      Obama has to win all of the ‘sure thing’ states. Heck, in Minnesota he is virtually tied and the gap is closing in New York. Crap, if McCain takes New York, this whole thing will be a landslide.

      With that said, a lot could happen before the election….and tilt things totally in a different direction.

      I still think there is going to be a HUGE October surprise that will rock this election (not that Obama accepting the largest donations from the now bankrupt/US Government run Fannie Mae – geesh, talk about paying Senators money to lower the oversight levels!)


    16. SUPER DAVE on September 17th, 2008 2:34 pm

      let the celebrities bring their messiah down, we won’t have to help them. just today, dallas maverick Josh Howard cursing the United States and making a mockery of the National Anthem all in Barry Buttcrack Obama’s name.
      keep it up boys & girls, you’re doing a very good job !

    17. SUPER DAVE on September 17th, 2008 2:39 pm

      terrorist group HAMAS is very pleased that barry is running for president . terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group, terrorist group HAMAS.

    18. Brenda from Virginia on September 17th, 2008 3:49 pm

      Caesu, you are obviously of your mindset because of how you truly think and feel. Not sure how old you are, but all too many young folks today are heavily influenced by the music and movie stars. Sad, but true.

      All too many of those celebrities understand this and use it to further their “cause” or whatever.

    19. Maggie on September 17th, 2008 3:53 pm

      I liked the comment I read before about Barbara Streisand and Pamela Anderson can be on Celebrity Death Match to see who gets to rent the Lincoln Bedroom first.. I really don’t watch many of them and haven’t for years.. Never was a fan of Will Ferrell’s.. Lindsay Lohan was turned down by Obama’s camp because they didn’t think she had a good reputation. Barbara and Al Gore are probably still preaching saving energy while using 10 times more than others.. While people in Texas are wondering what next, they are eating 30,000 dollar plates of food.. Like I said , they are so out of touch with most people in America. I heard more than one Republican say they can’t even speak their mind in Hollywood or people blacklist them and badmouth them. They call that liberal?There’s no logic to most anything they say.. Obama said he was going to raise taxes for people making over $250,000 so Hollywood is cheering him.. funny..

    20. caesu on September 17th, 2008 4:01 pm


      don’t allow Hamas statements influence elections.
      that’s giving these terrorists too much importance.

      @minnesota dad
      Obama is doing well now in battleground states by the way:

      Florida: Obama 48, McCain 48
      Indiana: McCain 51, Obama 45
      North Carolina: McCain 48, Obama 47
      Ohio: Obama 49, McCain 47
      Wisconsin: Obama 50, McCain 47

    21. Alesia on September 17th, 2008 4:36 pm
      Heres some interesting news, the McCains make Palin look like a genius

    22. Alesia on September 17th, 2008 4:38 pm

      Maybe Cindy should take off the pants and lend them to John just for the election,lol

    23. Maggie on September 17th, 2008 5:17 pm

      Alesia, he sounds pretty smart to me.. Everything he said in 2006 has come true.. btw Democrats have praised him for years for working with them. He has sided with the Democrats many times so more of the same would be saying he sides with the Democrats too..

      Senator McCain 2006


      [Page: S5217]

      Mr. McCAIN.

      Mr. President, this week Fannie Mae’s regulator reported that the company’s quarterly reports of profit growth over the past few years were “illusions deliberately and systematically created” by the company’s senior management, which resulted in a $10.6 billion accounting scandal.

      The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight’s report goes on to say that Fannie Mae employees deliberately and intentionally manipulated financial reports to hit earnings targets in order to trigger bonuses for senior executives. In the case of Franklin Raines, Fannie Mae’s former chief executive officer, OFHEO’s report shows that over half of Mr. Raines’ compensation for the 6 years through 2003 was directly tied to meeting earnings targets. The report of financial misconduct at Fannie Mae echoes the deeply troubling $5 billion profit restatement at Freddie Mac.

      The OFHEO report also states that Fannie Mae used its political power to lobby Congress in an effort to interfere with the regulator’s examination of the company’s accounting problems. This report comes some weeks after Freddie Mac paid a record $3.8 million fine in a settlement with the Federal Election Commission and restated lobbying disclosure reports from 2004 to 2005. These are entities that have demonstrated over and over again that they are deeply in need of reform.

      For years I have been concerned about the regulatory structure that governs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac–known as Government-sponsored entities or GSEs–and the sheer magnitude of these companies and the role they play in the housing market. OFHEO’s report this week does nothing to ease these concerns. In fact, the report does quite the contrary. OFHEO’s report solidifies my view that the GSEs need to be reformed without delay.

      I join as a cosponsor of the Federal Housing Enterprise Regulatory Reform Act of 2005, S. 190, to underscore my support for quick passage of GSE regulatory reform legislation. If Congress does not act, American taxpayers will continue to be exposed to the enormous risk that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pose to the housing market, the overall financial system, and the economy as a whole.

      I urge my colleagues to support swift action on this GSE reform legislation.

    24. Maggie on September 17th, 2008 5:20 pm

      The top four Senators, by $, in campaign funds received from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over the last 20 years are:

      1) Chris Dodd
      2) John Kerry
      3) Barack Obama
      4) Hillary Clinton

      In the last 20 years, McCain got about 15% of what Obama took from them in just 3 years.

    25. Scared Monkeys on September 17th, 2008 5:51 pm


      Dude, you may want to stick to something that you have a clue about. Of course I am not sure what that it … but it aint politics and it aint poll trending.

      First of all Scott Rusmussen in the pollster of pollsters. Anyone in the industry knows that. Never go off of one poll, even as close as Rasmussen usually is. Great trending and sampling of miltiple polls at

      Never bet on Gallup and look more to individual state polls vs. generic national ones.


      Ohio Trends: McCain vs. Obama

      McCain Up 1 to up 3

      Pennsylvania Trends: McCain vs. Obama

      McCain – Down 10 to a tie


      Florida Trends: McCain vs. Obama

      McCain Down 1 to up 5


      Colorado Trends: McCain vs. Obama

      McCain Down 3 to up 2 in the very state that
      Obama – Obama has his convention.


      More to follow

    26. Alesia on September 17th, 2008 6:22 pm

      Smart? Do you know how many houses you have ? Then you are doing better than him

    27. caesu on September 17th, 2008 6:28 pm


      you do know the statewide polls get the full Palin-bounce a week or so delayed.
      because they don’t do polls daily.

      looking at the national trend – realclearpolics
      the race is tied again.
      with a trend upwards for obama, downwards for mccain.
      this will show in next weeks statewide polls.
      a CBS/NYT poll has Obama already 5 points ahead.
      Rasmussen is probably tied Thursday.
      after that Obama will be ahead again.

      combine that with the favorability rating of Palin going down fast (research 2000).
      that’s was the sole factor of the Palin-bounce.
      so that’s gone now.

      dude, all i am saying is that your “McCain/Palin surging / rising” in your latest two blogs just is not there anymore – to the contrary.

    28. Maggie on September 17th, 2008 6:44 pm

      He already explained that,Some are investment properties of his wife’s, They have always kept their finances separate, hey we give Obama a pass when he said he has been to 57 states and one more to go..

    29. Alesia on September 17th, 2008 7:36 pm

      Following closely on the heels of his saying that “the economy is fundamentally strong,” soon after a 500 point drop on Wall Street, hundred of billions in losses and the failure of Lehman Brothers, Republican Presidential candidate, John McCain seems to have come up with what many election observers are calling perhaps the greatest gaffe ever committed by any political candidate in history.

      Despite an attempt by McCain spokesman, Tucker Bounds, to quiet the candidate, McCain continued. “I really don’t know the first thing about economics, Senator Obama wants to touch pre-school kids inappropriately, and I needed to put lipstick on my pig before I could have sex with her with my eyes open.”

    30. brie. on September 17th, 2008 8:17 pm

      How does a community organizer become worth 7 million dollars….? Question is he doesn’t! Where did all that money come from….????

      So how much money did Al-Qaeda pay him not to salute the flag!!!! And not acknowledge America…this man is not about this country!!!

      He called Fema and the Governor of Texas…big deal…he didn’t have any power to do anything, he only did that so he could use in his speech!!

    31. brie. on September 17th, 2008 8:38 pm

      Barack Obama….your a phony…how about Barry Soetoro!!!!

    32. Steve Holloway on September 17th, 2008 8:47 pm

      Some of these’s movie stars…..O how they shine until they open their mouth. Any one with a little brains will not pay attention to someone with none.

    33. Richard on September 17th, 2008 8:51 pm

      Ask Ted Kennedy how many houses he owns … what? He doesn’t know?? What a big, big deal that is!

      As for the latest barf from celebrities, I had no idea that Chevy Chase was still alive. I remember his name from more years ago than I care to disclose.

      Why anybody should care what they think remains a mystery to me, but clearly I’m not of this age …

      Pamela Anderson’s intellectual acumen is well known; isn’t that whence comes her renown?

      Or is it another thing (or two)? Sorry, crude….

      I suspect that Pamela Anderson would endorse Monica Lewinsky … there seems to be some common interests.

    34. on September 17th, 2008 8:52 pm

      Ask yourself exactly what have any of these Hollywood actors and actresses done for you and me. They get exorbitant salaries for their work and its you and me who pay them in ticket prices. If they really cared about the working class, they could lower their salary demands.

      Liberals say they are for the common people and that the Republicans support big business and the rich. Well if that were true, why aren’t the rich Hollywood actors Republicans?

      When Barack Obama and his minions tell you that Bush and the Republicans are responsible for the current financial crisis, go check the record. See which party it was that insisted that financial institutions be allowed to lower their lending standards. Supposedly this was so that the common person could afford a house – what really happened is that house prices went up and lending standards went down, so a lot of people who couldn’t afford houses got loaned money and couldn’t or weren’t interested in paying it back.

      Check who tried to put the stops on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac 5 years ago (hint: Bush and McCain). Check who warned of future disaster if it wasn’t done. (hint: answer is the same as above.)

    35. on September 17th, 2008 8:55 pm

      #27 Many polls are done with political bias (asking a larger amount of one group than the other, asking very biased questions, hanging up on those who answer “wrong”, etc.) in order to convince people their candidate doesn’t have a chance so they will either switch sides (to be on the “winning” side) or just stay home, thinking their vote doesn’t count.

      Don’t be fooled.

    36. yoyo muffintop on September 17th, 2008 9:04 pm

      Wonder why no story on the plummeting of the stock market and the mortgage crisis?

      Wonder why no story on the economy?

      Republican memo to republican blogs must have been to skip right over. Republicans think ‘no big deal, people are just a bunch of whiners’.

      and btw – love how some accept any and all explainations by McCain but not Obama. too funny.

    37. Pigs for Palin on September 17th, 2008 9:31 pm

      28 Maggie

      Maybe we should make presidential candidates pass the high school exit exam before they can run for office. I’m pretty sure you have to know how many states there are before they will give you a diploma in Alabama. Yeah, yeah, not a very high bar, but that’s my point! Obama may be an example of why we have exit exams today.

    38. Pigs for Palin on September 17th, 2008 9:33 pm

      We love you yoyo! You always manage to make us laugh!

    39. yoyo muffintop on September 17th, 2008 9:39 pm

      SM 7/16/08: “Obama, GET OVER IT!!! Could any one be any more thin skinned? Obama has tried to state in the past that Republicans would use “race” during the election. Obama … no one is worried about the color of your skin, we are worried of its thickness. If George W. Bush spent the time that you and your campaign have on this one incident for ever time a political cartoonist, late night talk shows, SNL or Comedy Central have taken shots at him, Bush would never have time to do anything but make comments against them. Forget about it and move on.”

      That was when it was Obama(a democrat) featured on the cover of New Yorker.

      Now that it is Palin(a republican) featured on SNL you get this:

      SM: What Chevy Chase and the rest of the Hollywood celebrities have forgotten is comedy is supposed to be funny … not mean.

      Heed you own advise SM – Forget about it and move on.

      #34 – LOL. Democrats fault? OMG – too funny.

      But I love how McCain spoon feeds people lies and they eat it up.
      The following is what McCain said last year:

      John McCain:
      “But so, in this whole new derivative stuff, and SIBs and all of this kind of new ways of packaging mortgages together and all that is something that frankly I don’t know a lot about. [...]

      But I don’t know of hardly anybody, with the exception of a handful, that said ‘wait a minute, this thing is getting completely out of hand and is overheating.’

      So, I’d like to tell you that I did anticipate it, but I have to give you straight talk, I did not.”

      As you said katablog – “Don’t be fooled.”

    40. Kay Zee Ess on September 17th, 2008 9:50 pm


      McCain at least admits that Republicans are guilty as well of this situation, something Obama seems to not want to attribute to a bi-partisan money-grab. Point to McCain and step in right direction. Will he, can he follow through? Seems halfway there.

      Who cares about fund-raisers anyway? The political clowns in DC are tanking the economy and we wring our hands over who Babs supports. Yeah, it is definitely NOT about the issues on both sides of the political spectrum after all.

      Nice going, I can see Obama starting to rise, only because the conservatives gave him the issues that Americans can understand, that would be economic security, health care and their childrens future.

      Yeah, let’s talk about Babs some more.

    41. Alesia on September 17th, 2008 9:51 pm

      blunderin’ John McCain made the latest in a series of mistakes on basic facts surrounding Iraq. It was just a few days ago on “Fox News Sunday” that he made yet another blunder on foreign policy. In that instance he claimed that Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr was the one responsible for declaring the ceasefire in Basra last week, but the facts tell a different story: It was actually brokered by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

      One little mistake in your early 70s and you can chalk it up to a senior moment. However, this was the third time in the past month were he didn’t get his facts straight. Joe Lieberman had to correct him when McCain stumbled during his Iraq trip in March. McCain said “Iran trains Al-Qaeda” members when he meant to say “Iran trains extremists”.

    42. Kay Zee Ess on September 17th, 2008 9:53 pm

      I almost forgot, this is just a mental recession. Thanks Phil, I needed that.

    43. Alesia on September 17th, 2008 10:04 pm
    44. yoyo muffintop on September 17th, 2008 11:00 pm

      #34 katablog – That’s right. Blame the poor people. And those pesky community organizers. And the “cosmopolitans” who back them. They’re the folks who got us in this mess! Those poor bankers and hedge fund operators were just trying to make a decent living wage.

      I tell ya, for a party that used to be so dedicated to creating a culture centered around values, including personal responsibility, Republicans have shown incredible talent at refusing to take responsiblity for anything that has happened in the the last 8 years.

    45. rightknight on September 17th, 2008 11:45 pm

      Ah, Hollywood celebs. They aspire to be the very best liars and fakers in the world. The better they play the role of being who they aren’t, the more they are paid. Common sense is not a prerequisite in the phony business of acting and playing parts. We like to be fooled by these folks and certainly are more often then we would like to admit. It’s very difficult to give credibility to anything they put forward. One of their favorite roles is to play smart people. For that let’s give them another Emmy or something instead of listening to their political drivel.

    46. yoyo muffintop on September 18th, 2008 12:27 am

      #45 – spot on.

    47. Scared Monkeys on September 18th, 2008 5:00 am


      Its too bad that the MSM did not take your advice.

      They make Hollywood celebs news by giving them a platform as if they had the slightest clue that they knew what they were talking about.

      These are people that read other people’s scripts, dummy cards and teleprompters to make $’s. Hmmm…

    48. SUPER DAVE on September 18th, 2008 6:19 am

      CAESU: you still haven’t explained why your boy barry is so favored by Hamas ? you can run but you can’t hide. newest cbs poll Palin has a much higher rating that the drunkard Joe Biden.

    49. super dave on September 18th, 2008 6:32 am

      here’s a perfect example of the Democrat’s cheering section. actor Joseph Petcka , in a fit of rage & jealousy killed his girlfriend’s cat by kicking it to death. the cat suffered a torn tounge, broken teeth, smashed ribs, broken leg.
      i have to wonder if Pammy knows about this since she is such a promoter of PETA ?
      GO DEMORATS !!!

    50. Alesia on September 18th, 2008 6:59 am

      Well maybe the drunkard Joe can get together with the DUI brothers Bush and Palin and have poker night !

    51. caesu on September 18th, 2008 9:49 am

      @super dave

      who cares who hamas or al-qaida wants to win.
      so if they said they wanted mccain to win, then mccain had to explain that.
      what kind of democracy is that… having to answer to a terrorist group.
      as if it is a legitimate political organisation.

      and i’ve seen favorability ratings later where Palin is sinking.
      but even if she had a higher rating, that is not going to win the election for McCain.

      look at the latest polls, especially at the trend:
      this is already starting to show in state wide polls.

    52. Cinderella on September 18th, 2008 10:10 am

      I am seriously concerned that some nutcase is going to attempt something violent against Sarah Palin and/or her family.

      The lunatic-left thinks, if elected to the Vice Presidency, she will be instrumental in reversing
      ROE V. WADE.

      The nutcase(s) will think they are saving millions of women and children – by defending ROE V. WADE – and might level something violent against her.

      I hope and pray this will NOT happen. But I hope the Feds and CIA are alert to this horrific possibility.

    53. super dave on September 18th, 2008 10:26 am

      caesu: evidently you don’t get it. Mccain would never hold the interest of a terrorist organization. but it seems that barry is very popular among them. remember , this is “your” candidate, not mine.
      polls don’t mean a thing. the end result is what is important.
      i believe it was barry that said he would negotiate with these terrorists.

    54. BUN on September 18th, 2008 11:13 am

      I think the more Pam Anderson talks, the longer her boobs get…she is in bra size 52 LONG now!! It’s like the nose growing story, only worse, because of back strain.

    55. Brenda from Virginia on September 18th, 2008 11:31 am

      The terrorist organization want/like Obama because they see he is weak and will not fight them…Obama will roll onto his back like a terrified little dog when they strike and they KNOW it! On the other hand, no terrorist is going to endorse a candidate with views they see as against their beliefs.

      Do I really need to say more? (Obama’s philosophy = something the terrorists like better than what they see on the Republican ticket)

    56. Karlo on September 18th, 2008 12:47 pm

      Based on the recent interview in which McCain thought Spain was a country in South America, I think Republicans should whole-heartedly support Palin for the intelligence she brings to the ticket. It’s kind of like getting Bush and McCain’s collective IQs all together in a single well-formed body. My guess is that Palin actually might be able to name more than two countries in Europe. Who knows? Maybe even 3 or 4!

    57. Alesia on September 18th, 2008 1:27 pm

      McCain: The average taxpayer in every income group would see a lower tax bill, but high-income taxpayers would benefit more than everyone else.

      Obama: High-income taxpayers would pay more in taxes, while everyone else’s tax bill would be reduced. Those who benefit the most – in terms of reducing their taxes as a percentage of after-tax income – are in the lowest income groups.
      Income Avg. tax bill Avg. tax bill
      Over $2.9M -$269,364 +$701,885
      $603K and up -$45,361 +$115,974
      $227K-$603K -$7,871 +$12
      $161K-$227K -$4,380 -$2,789
      $112K-$161K -$2,614 -$2,204
      $66K-$112K -$1,009 -$1,290
      $38K-$66K -$319 -$1,042
      $19K-$38K -$113 -$892
      Under $19K -$19 -$567

      Source:The Tax Policy Center

    58. Alesia on September 18th, 2008 1:31 pm

      Liberals say they are for the common people and that the Republicans support big business and the rich. Well if that were true, why aren’t the rich Hollywood actors Republicans?

      Whoever made this statement look again

    59. Alesia on September 18th, 2008 1:38 pm

      Rich hollywood actor Republicans:
      Clint Eastwood
      Denzel Washington
      Bruce Willis
      Bill Cosby
      and the governer of California good ole Arnold

    60. Rusty Bridges on September 18th, 2008 1:47 pm

      Matt Damon: It’s really scary because I don’t know anything about her…..What do you know about Obama you moron? Go curl up in a corner and suck your thumb.

    61. Maggie on September 18th, 2008 1:59 pm


      “I’m here with the Girardo family here in St. Louis.” –speaking via satellite to the Democratic National Convention, while in Kansas City, Missouri, Aug. 25, 2008

      “Let me introduce to you the next President — the next Vice President of the United States of America, Joe Biden.” –slipping up while introducing Joe Biden at their first joint campaign rally, Springfield, Illinois, Aug. 23, 2008

      “Just this past week, we passed out of the out of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee — which is my committee — a bill to call for divestment from Iran as way of ratcheting up the pressure to ensure that they don’t obtain a nuclear weapon.” –referring to a committee he is not on, Sderot, Israel, July 23, 2008

      “Let me be absolutely clear. Israel is a strong friend of Israel’s. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under a McCain…administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under an Obama administration. So that policy is not going to change.” –Amman, Jordan, July 22, 2008

      “How’s it going, Sunshine?” –campaigning in Sunrise, Florida

      “On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes — and I see many of them in the audience here today — our sense of patriotism is particularly strong.”

      “Hold on one second, sweetie, we’re going to do — we’ll do a press avail.” –to a female reporter for ABC’s Detroit affiliate who asked about his plan to help American autoworkers (Watch video clip)

      “I’ve now been in 57 states — I think one left to go.” –at a campaign event in Beaverton, Oregon (Watch video clip)

      “Why can’t I just eat my waffle?” –after being asked a foreign policy question by a reporter while visiting a diner in Pennsylvania

      “It’s not surprising, then, they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” –explaining his troubles winning over some working-class voters(Yet some Obama supporters could not resist mocking Palin for having been mayor of a small town, a hunter, and religious.

      Unfortunately for Obama, small-town folks who are religious and/or own guns vote in great numbers in battleground states like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Virginia.)

      “The point I was making was not that Grandmother harbors any racial animosity. She doesn’t. But she is a typical white person, who, if she sees somebody on the street that she doesn’t know, you know, there’s a reaction that’s been bred in our experiences that don’t go away and that sometimes come out in the wrong way, and that’s just the nature of race in our society.”

      “Come on! I just answered, like, eight questions.” –exasperated by reporters after a news conference

      “You’re likeable enough, Hillary.” –during a Democratic debate

      “In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed.” –on a Kansas tornado that killed 12 people

    62. Maggie on September 18th, 2008 2:19 pm

      btw.. I saw that Obama’s camp dissed Lindsey Lohan so today her father emailed Fox News and said he couldn’t believe Obama would dis his daughter for her past discretions.. He said that tells you what kind of president he would be..

      Obama forgets he was used cocaine, alcohol and marijuana in his younger years..

    63. Alesia on September 18th, 2008 3:55 pm

      Senator McCain got a lot of flack Monday for his speech in which he mispronounced the name of the President of Georgia several times, and stumbled over words like “hostility,” “sovereignty,” and “Asia.” It’s hard to keep track of all of McCain’s mispronunciations, so here’s a handy phonetic guide to the actual names and places, and McCain’s recent mangling of them!

      Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili –> Michael Shishkavooney

      Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin –> Valdemore Pooptin

      Russian President Dmitry Medvedev –> Deemartire Madayvbiv

      Russia –> Rishur

      Georgia –> George’s

      Ossetia –> Hoss-tits-yeah

      Abkhazia –> A-badz-kenya

      Ukraine –> Oohkream

      Caucasus –> Coccyxus

      Gori –> Gooey

      UN –> un

      NATO –> Neato

      The Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan Oil Pipeline –> [Just grins uncomfortably and then tells a dirty joke about his wife.]

    64. Maggie on September 18th, 2008 5:19 pm

      Drew Carey, director John Milius, screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd, actor/director Vincent Gallo, critic Michael Medved, game show host Pat Sajak, comedian Ben Stein, agent Sam Haskell, and actor Patricia Heaton. Brooks & Dunn, Lee Ann Womack and the Gatlin Brothers all support Bush. few years ago, James Woods told Jay Leno he “loves” Dubya and was proud to have voted for him, and Danny Aiello has also been an unabashed Republican
      In a recent issue, Details named a few celebrities who are admitted conservatives, such as Jessica Simpson and Shannen Doherty, and a few surprises, such as Adam Sandler and Freddie Prinze Jr. Prinze’s wife, Sarah Michelle Gellar, has expressed right-wing leanings in the past. Robert Duvall and Icon Pictures exec Steve McEveety (who produced “Braveheart”) And a few other celebrities are in Bush’s corner, if not exactly speaking out on the President’s behalf: Bruce Willis, Kid Rock, Kelsey Grammer, Alice Cooper and Britney Spears.
      Jesse Moss, the filmmaker behind “Rated R,” had trouble getting stars to appear on camera. A disclaimer in his film states that Mel Gibson, Chuck Norris, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Bruce Willis and Heather Locklear — all known Republicans — refused to be interviewed. John Wayne, Charlton Heston and Frank Sinatra were proud of their Republican leanings plus Dennis Miller and Jon Voight.. Ron Silver is a liberal but strongly supports Bush’s fight against terrorism.

    65. Maggie on September 18th, 2008 5:29 pm

      Alesia, John McCain has been in office for 25 years.. I am sure he knows more about foreign policy and countries overseas than all the people on here put together..

      Many aren’t like the Democratic leader preaching doom and gloom everyday to try to win a race. I too have faith in the “everyday people.” They didn’t create this mess on Wall Street.. People getting tons of money from them in Congress and lobbyists, that kept them from being investigated properly. Even after they were in trouble. More money came along.. I am tired of hearing the sky is falling and Obama ,who has spent 3 years in the Senate, will save us all. Like Minnesota Dad I am still waiting for anyone to tell me what he has done. Hillary said it best when she said Obama has a speech he gave in 2004.. He is now looking like Henny Penny everyday..

      This is a sample of what Obama did for his 13th district in Chicago..

    66. brie. on September 18th, 2008 6:48 pm

      Who care what the celebrities think!

      This is a racist campaign against black and white and men and women….the worst and dirtiest of all I have ever seen in my life!!!

    67. yoyo muffintop on September 18th, 2008 8:01 pm

      “I am still waiting for anyone to tell me what he has done.”

      He had 17+ million people vote for him in the primary and will probably have 50+ million people vote for him in the general.

      Where have you been?

    68. yoyo muffintop on September 18th, 2008 8:50 pm

      Sarah Palin today: “I think he was first elected when I was like in second grade.”

      I am embarrased for her, McCain and the whole republican party.

      Can’t you like just see her on like the first day in the bitchin’ white house talking to like one of her like friends from alaska:

      There this thing that they like call the “football” but like it’s not really a football ….. and it like has these launch code thingies in it … and like if you like activiate them it like causes a lot of noise and stuff.

    69. SUPER DAVE on September 19th, 2008 6:19 am

      lindsay lohan could probably equal Barry in presidential smarts.

    70. SUPER DAVE on September 19th, 2008 6:20 am

      not to mention the racism Barry portrayed while dissing lohan.

    71. Brenda from Virginia on September 19th, 2008 7:10 am

      Hey Karlo…Obama said in an interview he’s been in all but on eof “USA’s 57 states.” Unfortunately, there are 57 MUSLEM states, not US states.

      I suppose it’s OK for the Democratic Presidential candidate to not even know how many states are in America, but not for McCain to make a blunder. How typical.

    72. Brenda from Virginia on September 19th, 2008 7:13 am

      Dear YOYO…do not be embarrased! If Sarah was in 2nd grade…Obama was in 5th!!!

    73. Alesia on September 19th, 2008 11:25 am

      Mccain edu. background ;McCain spent his childhood and adolescent years moving between naval bases in America and abroad. He attended Episcopal high School, a private preparatory boarding school in Alexandria, Virginia, graduating in 1954.

      Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, McCain graduated (fifth from the bottom of his class) from the Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1958. He also graduated from flight school in 1960.
      Baracks edu. background;He was enrolled in the fifth grade at the esteemed Punahou Academy, graduating with honors in 1979. He was only one of three black students at the school.After high school, Obama studied at Occidental College in Los Angeles for two years. He then transferred to Columbia University in New York, graduating in 1983 with a degree in political science.Obama entered Harvard Law School in 1988. In February 1990, he was elected the first African–American editor of the Harvard Law Review. Obama graduated magna cum laude in 1991.
      And working in different low-income communities in between getting this education. I for one think hes more than qualified and think he understands where other people (not privilged people)are coming from and how hard it can be.

    74. Alesia on September 19th, 2008 12:01 pm
    75. Maggie on September 19th, 2008 3:03 pm

      yoyo what a cop out.. Sarah Palin has over 80% approval rating in her home state.. Like it or not, she is like many blue collar working families. I’ve never heard her ever use the word bitch.. You are sounding more like the religious right you talk about.. the looney left’s motto is if it feels good do it.

      We seen one of the low income areas he worked in Alesia and how the people stayed in their homes at 30 below because the slumlord, Rezko , who got over 100 million in loans , worked with Obama, and donated money to him,didn’t take care of them. They were in Obama’s district close to his house.

    76. Maggie on September 19th, 2008 3:05 pm

      btw wanna see some African Americans at Obama’s speech protesting against him in the audience.. and what he said to them..

    77. Alesia on September 19th, 2008 7:27 pm

      Maggie, heres a much better news source than YOU TUBE on Obamas community work. Your you tube video looks like a pieced together uninformed slam made by a republican;

      As for the second its not much better just a handful of african americans slam him for his beliefs but the main crowd themselves are there to support him.
      You need a better news source try CNN or an actual respected site other than You Tube

    78. Alesia on September 19th, 2008 7:29 pm
      I think I messed up the link above maybe it will work this time

    79. Maggie on September 19th, 2008 7:59 pm

      Actually it’s a reporter in Chicago talking so she is lying?

    80. Alesia on September 19th, 2008 8:35 pm

      That is pieced together, I can make a tape on anyone and take real pictures and use real quotes from other interviews and put it on you tube. Anybody can that is not a news source.

    81. Alesia on September 19th, 2008 8:38 pm

      I’m sure those are real pictures in Chicago, that is a very bad area with a huge crime rate. Theres no way Obama or even a handful of do- gooders can change the massive crime in that area, and it clearly states that in the site I just sent.But at least he tried thats more than I can say for most politicians

    82. Maggie on September 20th, 2008 1:15 pm

      Alessia.. cnn a better site? or more Biased.. That’s why Fox has more viewers than CNN or MSNBC combined.. People want to see it all and decide , not have someone spoon feed them bias crap..

      I watched Bill Moyers not long ago and he had a media/journalist professor, a woman, and she was showing examples of this type of crap from Soledad O’brien on Cnn among others..

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