Skip to comments.Jon Voight, Kelsey Grammer and John Ratzenberger today in Carson City to support Mitt Romney.
Posted on 10/27/2012 1:51:06 PM PDT by Perdogg
I liked it when Clint Eastwood said at the RNC “Not all Hollywood Actors are liberals” ...Patricia Heaton was in Ohio to introduce ROmney and now these three...
Or is it Jon?
Another example of OMMISSION by the local Reno TV stations.
I live 35 miles east of Carson City, but finding this out at almost 2 PM is sure toooo late to go there.
On this last Monday, Reno tv channels said that Rick Perry was going to be in Reno on Monday. They didn’t say any other locations.
Then, at the 5-6 PM news, they said that Perry had been in Fernley-17 miles north of me——Fallon-35 miles east of me-—and Yerington-24 miles south of me. I could have gone to any of those locations.
I am still mad about that!!!
OMMISSION is just as bad as outright lying, IMO.
Sorry i missed Jon Voight, in particular.
LOVE Patricia Heaton..I follow her on twitter, really classy lady..I think there are more conservatives in Hollywood then we know but many are afraid to speak out due to fear of not being able to find work. Had no idea that Ratzenberger is a Republican..and its always great to see Jon Voight, a true Patriot God bless him
We’ll need dental records to confirm.
My husband got to chat with Jon Voight the other night at an event held near us. Three talk show hosts and Voight were featured.
My husband asked him about the prejudice in Hollywood toward conservatives, and why more conservative actors didn’t speak out. He said the pressure not to speak up is real, but if Romney wins, then the “undercover” conservatives” will feel freer to speak up.
The actors in this article have their careers “made” already, it’s probably those trying to establish a career who don’t feel free to express their conservatism.
I had the privilege of seeing Jon Voight speak at a Sean Hannity Freedon Concert a few years ago. Remarkable man, great conservative, absolutely hates Obama...or at least that was my impression!
John Ratzenberger surprises me because if I recall correctly, just after Cheers went off the air, he said that the people needed Cheers to help them get through the Reagan years.
I think Patricia Heaton’s father was a sports writer for the Cleveland newspaper years ago.
She thought they were very nice people, and they paid her in cash. LOL
Chuck Heaton is a Cleveland legend.
Started at the Plain Dealer just before WWII, served and got a Bronze Star, then returned to the Sports Dept.
Nice Seinfeld reference! :-)
I know the feeling. I’m a teacher in a VERY liberal, big-time union district. There are a few of us conservatives, but very few.
He is a very blue collar, pro-USA type. He actually has started and run his own business, so he knows what it is like.