Two other entertainers, both favorites of mine (and both publicly, aggressively pro-Bush): Rock gawd GENE SIMMONS --
"We need to do this not only in Iraq, but in Somalia, in Sudan, anywhere theres Al-Queda. Anybody who believes that we should just stay in America is wrong. The roaches multiply in the kitchen. This idea that if you stay in the bedroom, everything will be okay doesnt work, because roaches multiply. You have to get an exterminator. Exterminators are not fun guys to be around, because what they are there to do is to get rid of the roaches. So they are not popular guys. When I look at George Bush, hes not well loved. People around the world dont like this guy, but hes got to stay, because hes an exterminator. Thats what he does."
... and Mystery Science Theatre 3000 good guy MICHAEL J. NELSON.
"I read the National Review cover to cover. Check in at Townhall.com every day. Check the Washington Times daily. Listen to Dennis Prager and Michael Medved on a regular basis. Read Mark Steyn with regularity. Read the Weekly Standard. So, yes, I do vote Republican. As the pundit Hugh Hewitt has observed, there are indeed two Americas: Serious America and Silly America. The Democrats seem bent on turning this into Silly America, so I stick with those who wish this to remain Serious America."
I caught him on Ryan Seacrest recently (my kids watch it) and in between piggishly alluding to sexual acts / he is first and foremost a friend of Israel - and I beleive maybe even a Jew - hence his pro Bush stance.
I guess I didn't realize Gene Simmons was such a deep thinker!
That's awesome. But what does TV's Frank think of Bush?
Mike Nelson?! Cool! Man, I miss MST3K. SciFi apparently dropped it, or moved it to a time slot that I can't find.
Wow, I would never have thought I'd here HIM say that..........MST3000 is a riot.
MICHAEL J. NELSON
That's the best so far!!
It's too bad that so much humor is skewed to the Left. There's really no need for them to have a monopoly.
Mike Nelson a good conservative?? Who would have known! I am pleased. Now I'm even more sorry the hysterically funny MST 3000 was canceled.