Skip to comments.The Right Way To Stardom (Documentary examines the hidden world of Hollywood Republicans)
Posted on 09/14/2004 6:33:23 AM PDT by dead
...Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle - there are Republicans all over the darn place, reports a new documentary premiering tonight on AMC...
Given all the vitriol that has been spewed lately by the Bush-hating lefties in support of John Kerry, the views held by the interviewees in "Rated R" come as gusts of fresh air, as when Heaton describes the reaction at a Beverly Hills dinner party when she announced she and her husband both voted for President Bush.
"Literally," laughs Heaton, "you would have thought I had crapped in the middle of the table!"
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
I wonder if this will be a "hit" piece on the Hollywood Republicans.
The reviewer clearly stated that it isn't, and he's a conservative.
So do I, but if we don't conform to the wishes of the pubications who've requested it, we'll see FR shut down
I love Patricia Heaton, but after Everybody Loves Raymond goes off the air, she'll probably never work again..good thing she won't have too!
I saw an interview on FNC with the guy that made this film. He said all the documentary film makers are libs. Stated he was a dem and thought it would be interesting to find some Republicans. He was shocked to find that many of them were nice. LOL!
Excellent. I thought this had been on earlier in the week and that I'd missed it.
Sometimes people are surprised. :-)
The funny thing is that, as a result of the release of the Voruna papers, we now know that McCarthy was right.
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