Skip to comments.Celebrities At The Convention
Posted on 08/30/2004 11:02:41 AM PDT by repubzilla
Sorry if I messes this up it is my first post! This may seem silly, but I would love to have a thread based on all the celebs and other famous folks in our camp we see at the convention. It would add to the fun of it all! Whathca all think?
Well I saw Shawn Michals, a pro-wrestler there one of the bigger ones.
I would like to see a list also, BUT a list that only posts the ones that are actually for Pres. Bush or agree with the agenda. I don't care about the ones just there for a party or to push their own status.
This is gonna be one short thread...
Don King but we can debate if he is the type of celebrity you are thinking of : )
And that's a good thing, if a bunch of Hollywood celebrities suddenly became Republicans, then I would be worried. They belong with the Rats.
I saw Dick Cheney at MSG this morning, doe that count?
Angie Harmon-enough said
Plus Elisabeth Hasselback who isnt bad herself
I agree whole-heartedly. The kind of celebrities the GOP embraces were busy getting crushed to death when the Twin Towers collapsed. I'll take the military/fire/EMT/police over Tim Robbins any day.
Stop it. Angie Harmon? Was Sehorn with her?
she will be there tonight. list sehorn as being with her and they are on the schedule but i am dont know what they are speaking on. probably adoption because i think sehorn was adopted.
Last night one of the Baldwin brothers was on Fox. I know it wasn't Alec, LOL, but one of the other brothers (sorry can't remember his first name). He basically said he was voting for Bush because he was a man of faith.
Very good idea, especially since I don't think we should patronize, in any way, those who have been vicious in bashing the President.
Rockers I've read who SUPPORT the President include:
Gene Simmons (from Kiss)
Stephen Tyler (Aerosmith)
Many months ago, I read an article that stated Steve Martin and Jerry Seinfeld both support Kerry. But they were nice about it; they wanted to keep their politics to themselves and didn't want to bash the President. I think that's a good approach.
Stephen Baldwin is christian. I suspect he is the Baldwin voting for President Bush.
I totally agree! I have no time for the self promoting rats. I also think that everyone always complains and moans about all the famous lefties out there and that were at the DNC and I do feel there will be a suprising number that will show up. NOT at all in the numbers at the DNC but hey we all on the right always make a big deal when we hear 'bout someone supporting us. The speaker list has a few interesting names from Hollywood and the sports world...We'll take what we can get...
Not so much Steve Martin. He's openly insulted the Pres. on a few occasions...
Casper the friendly ghost might be there as well, but we couldn't see him if he were, so we'll never know.
But will Samwise Gamgee and Gimli (I know, he's British) be in attendance?
That would be Stephen Baldwin, the younger brother of Alec. He claims he's a "born again Christian now". I'll wait and see if he sticks with it if his movie about evangelical skaters tanks.
Which it probably will.
"I believe Ronald Reagan can make this country what it once was, an arctic region covered with ice." - Steve Martin
Yeah they are on the schedule for Tuesday or Wednesday I believe.
It says it is tonight
Astin spoke at a rally for Kerry recently.
Sean Astin is pretty much on record for Kerry, John-Rhys Davies has made some very pro-Western civ comments that indicate great conservative thinking, but to my knowledge he hasn't made his preferences on U.S. politics known.
NO! Are you friggin' kidding? I thought he was a Republican...
Was that Natalie Portman I just saw going into MSG?
I just remember Astin being so pro-military and actively supporting the War on Terror. Makes you wonder about Ron Silver.
Last I heard, being a Republican wasn't a prerequisite for being a good American.
Probably not. She was wearing a Kerry t-shirt at a recent David Letterman appearance. She was told to cover up.
I highly doubt it, she is pro-kerry and was at Boston.
Angie Harmon and her football playing husband Jay Sehorn. Don King. That's who I've seen so far. Lynyrd Skynyrd played at a Georgia event last night. You won't find many "celebrities" at the Republican event. Of course, the media makes the Ben Affleck and Leonardo DiCapprio's-the so called "A-celebrity list", lol. There are some great country artists performing-Sara Evans is a firm Republican and one of the biggest stars in country right now and she will be performing her past hit "Born to Fly" prior to Dick Cheney taking the stage. And LeAnn Womack and Brooks N' Dunn are supposed to perform. Take what you can get. Those people have my respect when their industries are against Republicans. They have a monopoly on the entertainment industry, unfortunately, and many people will be afraid to be blacklisted.
Man are you right..geez-so much for a first post. Believe me I know who we are up against and I'm in no way under the impression that we need the Hollylibs at all. I already go to a cool site-Its www.celiberal.com-just thought we could have a thread to go to when we are watching and all of a sudden a "holy Sh*T is that whoever"moment happens...
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