Skip to comments.Famous Republicans
Posted on 09/21/2011 3:23:21 PM PDT by ilovesarah2012
While Hollywood is comprised of mostly strong Democrats, there are a few conservative folks who stand tall and strong.
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1. Stephen Baldwin
2. Jessica Simpson
3. Britney Spears
4. Tony Danza
5. Clint Eastwood
6. Sarah Michelle Gellar
7. Mel Gibson
8. Kelsey Grammer
9. Drew Carey
10. Matthew McConaughey
11. Freddie Prinze Jr.
12. Heather Locklear
13. Arnold Schwarzenegger
14. 50 Cent
15. Bruce Willis
16. Adam Sandler
17. Sylvester Stallone
18. Vince Vaughn
19. Tom Selleck
20. Alex Trebek
21. Angie Harmon
22. Elisabeth Hasselbeck
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I know that Fit’ty has publicly praised George W. Bush. He’s also a covicted felon and can’t vote.
I remember hearing Fiddy was a Republican and a fan of President Bush.
I knew Geller was, didn’t know her husband (Prinze) was also.
I hate him. She was MINE! lol
Add Pat Sajak to the list.
Good Conservative guy.
Also Bo (10) Derek. But Arnold might as well be a Dem, and Vince Vaughan is a Ron Paul libertarian.
Ah-nold? Really? Sounds lie True Lies to me.
I stopped reading right there
Remember though that a show-biz republican is rarely “conservative” on social issues. Like Kelsey Grammer, and Tom Selleck, they go out of their way to say how they are pro-choice and pro-gay marriage.
I still cannot watch an Adam Sandler movie!
Don’t know why they left out Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves Raymond).
Political and social advocacy
Heaton is a consistent life ethicist and is supportive of pro-life groups and causes, opposing abortion, euthanasia, and the death penalty. Heaton’s advocacy became particularly visible during the debate regarding the Terri Schiavo case. In addition, Heaton is Honorary Chair of Feminists for Life, a non-partisan organization which opposes abortion and embryonic stem cell research and supports other pro-life causes on the basis of feminism.
Patricia Heaton and family in Indianapolis 500 Parade, May 2008.
Heaton’s name was in an advertisement in the Los Angeles Times (17 August 2006) that condemned Hamas and Hezbollah and supported Israel in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict.
In October 2006, Heaton appeared in a commercial opposing a Missouri state constitutional amendment concerning embryonic stem cell research, which subsequently passed. The advertisement was a response to the election of Democratic Senate hopeful Claire McCaskill and ran at about the same time as Michael J. Fox’s advertisement supporting the amendment. Appearing with Heaton were actor Jim Caviezel, pitcher Jeff Suppan, then of the St. Louis Cardinals, Mike Sweeney of the Seattle Mariners and quarterback Kurt Warner, formerly of the St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals. Following a public outcry, Heaton later said she regretted doing the ad and sent an apology to Fox, claiming she wasn’t aware of Fox’s ad before she did hers. Fox accepted her apology and later stated that If we can have a healthy dialogue about issues that people see differently, thats marvelous.
She is a Republican.
Pat Boone and Andy Williams
Where’s Jon Voight and Ted Nugent?
Where’s Jon Voight and Ted Nugent, Jackie Mason?
Ron Silver, Gene Simmons
And Gary Sinese.
Ron is dead ... so, technically he'll be voting democrat for the next few elections.
Are you sure about Andy Williams? I recall his being cozy with the Kennedys, but that was decades ago.
Don’t know why Jon Voight didn’t make the list but Nugent did.
26. Ted Nugent
I found this for an earlier thread:
September 28, 2009. Andy Williams, the veteran pop singer, has accused Barack Obama of following Marxist theory and wanting the country to fail.
Although he couldn’t vote for Bush, 50 can now vote. He was busted in 1994 and sentenced to a max of nine years in New York. New York’s voting laws allows felons automatic restoration of voting privileges when the entire maximum sentence time has passed. So 50’s right to vote was automatically restored in ‘03 or ‘04.
To flatly assert that felons can’t vote is untrue. I am a convicted felon and I legally vote in Iowa. Voting laws regarding criminal convictions are state controlled. There is no federal ban on felons voting. At least one state allows incarcerated felons to vote. Strange but true.
What a difference a few decades can make, eh? This is not the same Dem party as pre-1970s. In fact, I imagine a large part of today’s Republicans were Dems back thru the 60’s. Having a bona fide Marx follower in the WH will probably move even more in that direction.
Adam Baldwin-—always shows off his picture of Ronnie on Chuck!