Skip to comments.Senate Film Festival: Benjamin Géza Affleck May Run For Kerry's Seat
Posted on 12/18/2012 11:21:35 AM PST by drewh
According to CBS reporter Jon Keller, actor-director Benjamin Géza Affleck-Boldt, aka Ben Affleck, a longtime liberal and devotee of anti-American author Howard Zinn, is considering running for John Kerrys open Senate seat in Massachusetts. Writes Keller:
Go ahead and laugh if you want to, but keep in mind, anyone whos over 30, a citizen, and able to get 10,000 certified signatures can enter this race.
And you dont even have to be a legal resident of Massachusetts until Election Day.
With Ashley Judd considering a run for Senate in Kentucky and Al Franken already in the Senate from Minnesota, the Senate could become a film festival in the near future.
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The almost non existent intellect of most of Hollywood is distressing.
The even lower intellect of most of Massachusetts is even more distressing.
He would fit in just fine with the rest of the clueless clowns in Congress.
Affleck has been saying this for years.
He’ll probably win.
Film Actors Guild
Nothing surprises me in the craphole state any longer. Brown will likely run for the seat.
If Hitler had a D next to his name he’d win.
Ben is certainly qualified. 8 years ago he was porking one of Kerry’s homely daughters.
If Al Franken can win a Senate seat, under suspicious circumstances, then the sky’s the limit.
Really? I’ll have to check on this tidbit of gossip with my mother-in-law who knows more about celebrities than they know themselves. ;-)
Having these morons run for office would be funny if it weren’t for the power they wield over all of us. This is truly the age of the celebrity, where the sheeple vote for anyone who is well-known and “cool” in their estimation.
I remember he was sitting around talking to O’Reilly during the Dem Convention when Kerry was running.
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