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Video Clip: Actor Danny DeVito Drunk on "The View": His Bush Rant Has to be Censored ^ | 11/29/06

Posted on 11/29/2006 12:08:57 PM PST by LibWhacker

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To: reportgirl73
DD was the 80's Verne Troyer. Hollywood likes a midget to laugh at and with, Danny Devito is overstaying his 15 minutes.

81 posted on 11/30/2006 4:45:11 PM PST by operation clinton cleanup
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To: LibWhacker

LOL. DeVito just erased 50% of his box office.

An early Christmas present for all of us.

82 posted on 11/30/2006 6:07:30 PM PST by Dr. Eckleburg ("I don't think they want my respect; I think they want my submission." - Flemming Rose)
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To: Screamname

DeVito fits right in with Joyless Behar and the superanattractive Rosie O'Donnell. It was not just his drunkeness that was offensive - it was the attacks on Bush that were also revolting. Watch: the dopes on The View will invite him back. DeVito is in the show I'ts Always Sunny in Philadelphis on cable - I hope it tanks.

83 posted on 12/01/2006 5:55:32 AM PST by juliej
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To: operation clinton cleanup

The thought of DeVito rolling on the Lincoln bed with Rhea Perlman is rather nauseating.

84 posted on 12/01/2006 5:56:43 AM PST by juliej
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To: LibWhacker
Danny DeVito on The View.....

So...a midget, a lesbian and an aged news reader walk into a TV studio....

85 posted on 12/01/2006 6:00:07 AM PST by N. Theknow ((Kennedys - Can't drive, can't fly, can't ski, can't skipper a boat - But they know what's best.))
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To: JennysCool
I agree. I fondly remember the occasional nights when Johnny Carson would have a guest who had imbibed one too many in the green room.

Here is a clip of drunk AND funny on the old Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
86 posted on 12/01/2006 7:53:04 AM PST by Ghengis (Of course freedom is free. If it wasn't, it would be called expensivedom. ~Cindy Sheehan 11/11/06)
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To: Ghengis

Ha! Thanks for the link! What a classic!

87 posted on 12/01/2006 8:03:46 AM PST by JennysCool
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To: juliej

They did invite him back believe it or not, I heard it on the radio today. Compare Devito to that Kramer guy spewing that "N" word in the comedy club. Kramers career is all but over, yet here they are all ready to kiss Devitos arse for doing exactly the same only a million times worse. Why? Because Devito bashed Bush. If Kramer said the "N" word while in the same context of bashing Bush, he would be lauded by every msm media outlet there is.

For example if he said something to the effect of "Stop heckling me, I hate Bush, Bush is an idiot, n****rs n****rs n****rs n****rs" everyone would have laughed thinking he was imitating Bush when in reality he was saying that "n" word directly to those blacks in that audience.

I mean let`s think about this: The Republican party was formed exclusively for the freedom of blacks.

To quote Wikipedia:

"The Republican Party was established in 1854 by a coalition of former Whigs, Northern Democrats, and Free-Soilers who opposed the expansion of slavery and held a vision for modernizing the United States. The new party was created as an act of defiance against what activists denounced as the Slave Power—the powerful class of slaveholders who were conspiring to control the federal government and to spread slavery nationwide. The party founders adopted the name "Republican," echoing the 1776 Republicanism values of civic virtue and opposition to aristocracy and corruption. The new party emphasized a vision of modernizing higher education, banking, railroads, industry, and cities, while promising free homesteads to farmers."

The first President of this party was Abraham Lincoln. The Lincoln bedroom is basically a shrine to the man, and here you had Devito saying he "trashed it". Is there any worse offense to blacks than dishonoring the one man who garnered their freedom?

Where is the outrage? Where is Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson? Why isn`t Danny Devito meeting with Jesse Jackson apologizing on national radio the way Kramer did? What Devito did is no less outrageous than him peeing in the tomb of Martin Luther King. But because he bashed Bush, it`s all one big joke.

88 posted on 12/01/2006 1:42:15 PM PST by Screamname (Tagline: (optional, printed after your name on post))
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To: juliej

Read this:,8599,1076802,00.html

"Before it ever had a bed in it, the room was an office where Lincoln worked, met with generals and signed the Emancipation Proclamation."

This is literally the room where the lives of millions of blacks were changed overnight after 400 years of enslavement, it is hallowed ground, it is beyond description the importance of this room. All the historical people who used this room, yet this fat overpaid midget POS pr*ck bastard said he "trashed it", said the most disgusting thing anyone could ever say about it. And what happens to him? Absolutely nothing, everyone kisses his butt. All that matters is that he bashed Bush.

Why blacks vote democrat is something I`ll never understand in a billion years. It`s like Jews voting for Nazis.

89 posted on 12/01/2006 1:56:55 PM PST by Screamname (Tagline: (optional, printed after your name on post))
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To: Screamname

The thought of DeVito and Rhea Pearlman in the Lincoln Bedroom turns my stomach. I will quote Bernie Goldberg: "I would rather languish in a Ugandan prison than watch the View".

90 posted on 12/02/2006 4:50:06 PM PST by juliej
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To: Screamname

My son is studying Reconstruction and about the number of blacks who served in public office under REPUBLICAN OFFICEHOLDERS. That any minority person would vote for the Demos is beyond me since they have a loooooong history of racism. DeVito is a walking toilet of a man.

91 posted on 12/02/2006 4:52:04 PM PST by juliej
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Check this out, all became the first blacks in office through the Republican party. And who fought them every step of the way? Democrats. Who still does to this day by cursing out the likes of Condi Rice and Coling Powell by calling them racial slurs? Democrats. Like you said, it boggles the mind why the majority of blacks today vote Democrat, it really does.

Timeline of Black Republican History

1862 President Abraham Lincoln is the first president to meet with a group of black leaders 1864 The Republican National Convention makes the abolition of slavery a plank in its platform

1868 Oscar J. Dunn becomes Lieutenant Governor in Louisiana. Dunn became the first elected African American lieutenant governor of a U.S. State, becoming lieutenant governor of Louisiana. He died in office, which elevated state senator P. B. S. Pinchback to the office of lieutenant governor.

P.B.S Pinchback and James J. Harris become the first African-American delegates to the Republican National Convention, held in Chicago

1870 Hiram R. Revels is elected to fill U.S. Senate seat formerly held by Jefferson Davis. Becomes first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate

Joseph H. Rainey, South Carolina, becomes the first African-American Congressman

Alonzo J. Ransier is elected Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina before being elected to the U.S. Congress in '72

1871 Robert B. Elliot chairs South Carolina delegation to the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia

1872 John R. Lynch is elected Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives; he will be elected to US Congress in 73

1875 Blanche K. Bruce of Mississippi becomes the first African-American elected to a full term in US Senate

1884 John R. Lynch is the first African-American to preside over the Republican National Convention; gives the keynote address

1901 President Theordore Roosevelt invites Booker T. Washington to dinner at the White House

1920 The Republican National Convention declares that African-Americans must be admitted to all state and district conventions

1954 President Dwight Eisenhower appoints J. Ernest Wilkins as Assistant Secretary of Labor

1960 Jackie Robinson, the first black Major League Baseball player, endorses Nixon for President

1966 Edward W. Brooke (R-MA) is the first African-American elected to U.S. Senate by popular vote

1968 Arthur A Fletcher is appointed Assistant Secretary of Labor; he will be a candidate for Chairman of the Republican National Committee in '76 and appointed Chairman of the US Commission on Civil Rights in '90

1975 President Gerald Ford appoints William T. Coleman Secretary of Transportation

James B. Parsons is named Chief Judge of the US District Court in Chicago, the first African-American to hold such a position

1980 NAACP President Benjamin Hooks is invited to address the Republican National Convention

1981 President Ronald Reagan appoints Clarence Pendleton, Jr, as Chairman of the US Civil Rights Commission

1982 President Reagan appoints Clarence Thomas as Chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

1989 President George H.W. Bush appoints Louis Sullivan as Secretary of Health and Human Services

President Bush appoints General Colin L. Powell as Chair of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff

President Bush appoints Condoleezza Rice as Director of the National Security Council

1990 Gary Franks is elected to US Congress (CT)

1991 President Bush appoints Clarence Thomas to U.S. Supreme Court

1998 U.S. House of Representatives elects J.C. Watts (R-OK) to be Chairman of the House Republican Conference

2001 President George W. Bush appoints General Colin L. Powell as the Secretary of State; Roderick R. Paige as the Secretary of Education; Condoleezza Rice as Advisor of the National Security Council; Alphonso Jackson as the Deputy Secretary to Housing and Urban Development; Claude Allen as the Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services; Leo S. Mackay, Jr, as the Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs; Larry D. Thompson as the Deputy Attorney General; and Stephen A. Perry as Administrator of General Services Administration

92 posted on 12/02/2006 5:59:41 PM PST by Screamname (Tagline: (optional, printed after your name on post))
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