Skip to comments.Support these hollywood conservative actors
Posted on 11/26/2004 6:06:18 PM PST by watchdog_writer
According to Newsmax.com, who are Americas 25 Best Stars?
Any conservative who wants to vote at the box office for conservative minded actors, and against the liberal Hollywood liberals, here is a list of actors to support:
Mel Gibson what really happened to this megastar when he dared to produce The Passion of the Christ.
Tom Selleck why he has not been afraid of standing up for Ronald Reagan, even when it wasnt in vogue.
James Woods he turned his back on Hollywoods peaceniks to stand up for the war on terror.
Patricia Heaton a crusader for family values, this actress would not give up her values for her career.
There are many more stars NewsMax salutes.
Youll find their stories and why we rate them Americas Best Stars.
They include: Andy Garcia, Gary Sinise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chuck Norris, LL Cool J, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Sarah Michelle Gellar, Dennis Miller, Denzel Washington, Robert Duvall, Catherine Bell, Danny Aiello, James Earl Jones, Ron Silver, Kelsey Grammer, Morgan Brittany, Ben Stein, Pat Boone, Kathy Ireland, Rick Schroeder and Bo Derek.
Two more I would add :
Bruce Willis - Bush supporter, Republican and anti-idiotarian.
Kid Rock - Yes, he has a potty mouth but few rock stars are as passionate and patriotic as this guy.
Dennis Prager commented on some things that Jack Nicholson had said about our war and liberalism. Nicholson is a liberal but lashed out at the hollywood crowd for attacking the president. I guess he agrees with profiling of muslims and fully supports the patriot act.
oh god no he didnt!!! aaaaahhhh!!!!!
Sarah Michelle Gellar......mmmmmmmm
How many conservative actors have been "Red-Listed," by the same Liberal hypocrites that whine about McCarthyism and "Black-Listing."
A lot of actors on that list are not what you'd call conservative; they simply don't toe the Hollywood 'party' line on many issues.
I was Happy to see a picture recently of Catherine Bell At a Bush event. What a Babe!
Please don't forget musician/composer/TV personality John Tesh and his actress wife Connie Selleca. They are some of the most upright (not uptight!) people in the entire Hollywood scene.
Grammer lost a co-worker in the attack. Not sure why he'd call for understanding.
Ted Nugent, Paul Stanley, and Alice Cooper.
ME, ME, ME!!!!!
Well... I never really made it as an actor, ( bleh! ), but I certainly was black-listed by Central Casting, ( 85% of the market for "extras"...) And I can assure you conservatives learn to just shut the heck up. Ah well-- who cares.
Nicholson is also anti-abortion.
I was with Sinise on one of his trips to Iraq and he told me that one of the schools he visited didn't have a floor, windows or a toilet. "It was just a cinder block building with a dirt floor," he said, "but with the help of American troops, the school now has these things."
Though you won't hear it from the mainstream media, the Iraqis, especially the children, are extraordinarily appreciative of American troops. "I've seen the smiling faces of Iraqi kids," Sinise explained, "and they tell the soldiers, 'I love you' in broken English." He continues, "These children and their parents have hope in their eyes and gratitude in their hearts for what was done for them." In fact, in one school the actor visited, a plaque dedicated to the Coalition Forces is displayed on the wall.
Sinise sums it up well: "Every time a book or a box of school supplies is delivered by our troops, it's another small victory for them in helping win the hearts and minds of the Iraqis. Generous Americans are making it possible for a generation of forgotten children to have the tools they need to learn, grow, and pursue futures of limitless possibility. Iraqi classrooms, once barren and squalid, will be joyful, bountiful places of learning. The American soldiers who bring these gifts to them will win the Iraqi people's goodwill, admiration and trust."
What Gary Sinise has helped launch is the ultimate weapon against jihadist terror: an alternative to the radical Islamic message of hatred and death. He's helping to give Muslim children a reason to live instead of a reason to die.--- Link
Dixie Carter (Designing Women) is also a solid Conservative Republican.
I found an interesting quote about that:
Liberals are always whining that most Republican actors are "B" list or has-beens. But a Hollywood friend once told me that many of those got that way because their allegiance was discovered, and their careers torpedoed afterwards. Ann Jillian was up for a big role when she supported Reagan. The deal was cancelled.
"Dixie Carter (Designing Women) is also a solid Conservative Republican."
Are you nuts?! She's one of the biggest liberals in h'wood.... a big friend of the Clintons.
bump for later reading.
Maybe you are thinking of the character (Julia) she played in Designing Women.
You did a good job of listing alot of the actors I like in their work. Sure would like to see more of Tom Sellek. Met him once when I worked at Universal Studios (in another life) and he was a very nice person. James Garner is also very nice. Wonder what his politics are?
Ron Silver spoke at the Republican convention. He also spoke at one of Clinton's inaugurations. He is like alot of former liberals I have meet that were changed by the events of September 11th. I would imagine there are a lot more of them in Hollywood than would care to admit it.
Is Mark Harmon conservative? Saw him in a movie called "Summer School", it's an 80's comedy, but it did preach a message about hard work and dedication.
Maybe you are thinking of the character (Julia) she played in Designing Women.
Are you sure y'all aren't thinking of Delta Burke? She was shredded by the media for gaining weight while on the show, but I believe she and her husband, Gerald McRainey, are Rebpublicans.
Angie Harmon, Gene Simmons (A big supporter of Israel) Fred Thompson, and Dennis Franz.
I believe that altho Rob Lowe is a liberal, he was very adamant about being pro-Iraq war.
Thank you for telling me what to do. I wouldn't know what to do without your guidance.
Tom Selleck did a great job playing Supreme Allied Commander Ike (Ike: Countdown to D-Day). I even thought that he really went bald for real. It was such a good movie, that I bet he'll have to regularly shave his head for sequels.
It's a must see film: http://www.aetv.com/tv/shows/ike/
I give it 5 out of 4 stars (get it, he was a Supreme Allied Commander...5 star general...oh, nevermind).
Maybe some are not liberals or conservatives. More like libertarians. They don't follow the pc hollywood crowd.
You'll never find an actor of any talent who has well thought out political convictions -- on the left or the right -- simply because of the nature of the work they do.
Hmm, some of Hollywood's best actors there;
Also Charlene Tilton (Dallas), and Drew Carey.
Lisa Whelchel (Facts of Life) addressed a pro-life rally.
Proves my point. When he took an interest in politics, he lost interest in acting. I don't believe -- contrary to popular wisdom -- that his acting career "failed." I believe his political career began and acting was pushed to the side.
Robert Duvall is one of ours?
If so, I am very pleased.
I've always liked his work.
LARA FLYNN BOYLE
Kathy Ireland designs rugs. I have several oriential rugs by her that are very nice, so you all can support her that way. (And she was hot in those S.I. swimsuit issues.)
Susan Howard, also from "Dallas", was on an NRA commercial with Charlton Heston a few years ago!
"Well, let me say this, 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." -- Michael T, Nelson, interview, MST3K REVIEW site.
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