Skip to comments.List of celebrity Republicans (some are surprising)
Posted on 10/21/2004 5:05:14 AM PDT by stinkerpot65
Bruce Boxleitner, though his wife, Melissa Gilbert, is a Democrat.
Lara Flynn Boyle, admits to being a "Democrat by blood," but says, "I'm 100 percent for Bush."
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Olsen twins)
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I clicked,but I'm still tired......
We can't lose with Mermaidman on our side. Does anybody know who Barnical Boy is pulling for?
(You've got to have kids that watch Sponge Bob to get this one.)
Are you sure she isn't just comming out the closet?
Reggie White! DOH!!!! cheese head ALERT!!!! Lambert FIELD!!!
Don't forget the puppets from "Team America". < /sarc >
Some that surprised me:
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Jamie Farr and Wayne Rogers
I have my doubts about many of these names.
Whoa!! Brett Favre And REGIE WHITE! WISCONSIN!!! YOU GOTTA VOTE FOR BUSH!
Apparently one of the criteria for being a Republican according to this list is being someone who has donated money to John McCain.
I'm sure plenty of celebrities donated money to Senator McCain in the 2000 primaries as a way to oppose then-Governor Bush.
That would hardly make a left-wing nutbag like Sydney Pollack a Republican.
Some of these are clearly incorrect. For example Kevin Costner often gets called a Republican because he supported Phil Graham in 96, but when he lost the primary, Costner switched his support to Clinton and has given it to Dems ever since. Drew Carey has publicly stated he is not voting in this election and I doubt very much that Joan (Ms. Planned Parenthood herself) Allen is a Republican.
I have doubts too. I wonder if this info is confirmed. Anyway, I would be stunned if Joan Allen were really a Repub as she was in that vile "Nixon" movie, and that other left leaning film where she planed the first woman VP. Gary Oldman complained that he did not know the movie was going to be edited to make conservatives look so bad.
Ron Howard and Stallone? No way. This list is wrong.
Another incorrect one, Magic Johnson...I don't think so.
Adam Sandler? I understood he was a wild-eyed leftie.
DOH! Bart Starr, Brett Favre AND Regie White!!! The Packers LOVE BUSH!
Glad they are for Bush, but when it comes to celebs on either side, WHO CARES?
Hmmm. Then how come Melissa Gilbert is on the list?
I remember once that Sarah Jessica Parker hosted "SNL" after the '94 elections and was talking in her monologue about how terrible it was that the Republicans won, but that they were going to do lots of protest material on the show. Then (I think) David Spade walked up and said, "Actually, we're all pretty happy. We're all Republicans here."
At the time, I thought it was just a comedy bit, but maybe it was true.
i call shananigans
Christ is a Republican? Cool.
I've read before that Adam Sandler is a Republican, don't know about the rest except for the obvious ones.
Scott Baio is a celebrity?
I saw the biography on Jimmy Fallon the other night - very conservative - objects to profanity and sleaze.
I agree that several chunks of rock salt are needed with this list. Ron Howard, as someone just mentioned -- he's very active in Dem politics, probably just gave money to McCain. Greg Norman, who as far as I know is still an Aussie citizen, was a big pal of Clinton -- I don't know if that makes him a Dem necessarily, but it doesn't sound like something a Republican would be. Now Nicklaus, Palmer, Mickelson, Woods and many other golfers have been pretty upfront about where they are politically. James Earl Jones, BTW, has indeed been very supportive of Bush on the Iraq war and the WOT in general.
Must be something wrong with the link. Have you tried adjusting your sleep-number mouse pad? I keep mine set at 42.
The other Superman.
I have my doubts too. Especially Joan Allen- she lives near me on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Seems like a liberal to me - but wait, she did play Pat Nixon in "Nixon."
As do I.
I've read that Dennis Hopper is a Republican.
Tell your friend Monica, to celebrate Hannukah, smoke marijuanica and play your harmonica.
Jimmy Walker - DYN-0-MITE!!
Come to me, all ye who are bourboned and are heavey (Bin?)laden and I will give you rest (in peace).....
No, he's an R.
It's only 8:28 here.
The reason sone are surprising is that some aren't Republicans.
sone = some, but you knew that.
Mary Higgins Clark
Todd Brendan Fahey
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Nicole Johnson, former Miss America
James Earl Jones
Dr. Phil McGraw
Sydney Pollack, donated money to Republican candidate John McCain
John Popper, lead singer of Blues Traveler
Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Cal Ripken, Jr.
The Rock (Dwayne Johnson)
Michael W. Smith
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Heather Whitestone, former Miss America
Hank Williams, Jr.
Lee Ann Womack
James Woods, some sources say he is, another says he claimed to be a lifelong Democrat on Charly Rose
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Mermaidman & Barnacle Boy....
Sound like perfect pet names for Kerry & Edwards!
He's the tiger of the Pacific
It is surprising - since this is the first outing for many of them. . .
Yeah....Recently,he was featured in an ad for "Redeem the Vote",which is geared towards the Christian youngsters (18-25).He really is a good man.