Skip to comments.Bruce Willis comes out fighting for Iraq's forgotten GI heroes
Posted on 11/27/2005 9:27:04 AM PST by Khankrumthebulgar
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I knew I didn't have say this. Great minds think alike, and all that...
That's why Tom Clancy's books were a hit.
God. That is one butt-ugly, stooopid-looking creature. Looks like a homeless person.
Goe me, it was The Wizard of Oz.
Yep, the games, books by Tom Clancy and like I've said before,
the 'alpha males' in all the big selling romance novels are all Seals, Delta Force, former military, police officers... you get the picture....etc.
Honorable, protectors, decent, true and super conservative --- Survivors of past wars (first it was Vietman, then the Gulf War, now it's Afghanistan/Iraq). All heroic, good guys.
Funny, many of these books are written by lib females....I think it's their dirty little secret ;) Seriously, one author posts Michael Moore's web site to her elist, but her biggest fictional 'hero' is a guy fresh out of Afghanistan....go figure :)
I've said it before, no one writes bodice rippers about Ghandi.
Williams is no conservative, but he's made repeated trips to the ME on his own dime to enterain the troops. That earns him a great deal of respect in my book.
I was disappointed in Bruce's last couple of movies. Poor dude's just getting old, I guess. I'd like another Die Hard, please...
I don't think so. Bruce has been an outspoken conservative for years. He's too big and too popular and too talented to be shunned.
Charlies Angels Full Throttle
Other than that, he's never made a bad movie.
Bruce is a big enough star and rich enough not to have to worry about the Hollywood libs shunning him.
Bravo Bruce (I'm now you're biggest fan) and double bravo for the great Michael Yon! Congrats!!!
He is a big fan of the President. Bush even asked him 3 years ago to be a spokesman for adopting children. Here is the link.
I didn't know. His stock just went up in my eyes.
(Bruce will be shunned by the Hollywood elites.)
...until his movie breaks records. Hollyweird doesn't realize the pent-up demand for a good AMERICAN war movie. I hope it's also well made.
After the Passion of the Christ, a successful movie like that may make some people (at least those who care about money) in Hollywood rethink the types of movies they are making.
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