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CELIBERAL: Celebrity Liberal Blacklist
Celiberal.com ^ | 2/13/03 | Celiberal

Posted on 02/13/2003 7:19:51 AM PST by I_Love_My_Husband

Welcome to Celiberal! Celiberal is one of the most unique and desperately needed sites on the internet. Here at Celiberal, we proudly bash all those Hollywood celebrity liberals (hence, celiberal) that have nothing better to do than bitch and whine about America and the brave men and women defending our way of life. We do our best to expose these celiberals for what they really are - money-hungry, two-faced, elitist pin-heads.

About This Site: I know what you're thinking, "This is just another right-wing, conservative, liberal-bashing website." Technically yes, there is serious liberal-bashing going on here. But we don't actually do the bashing, we let the celiberals do it to themselves. You might ask how this is accomplished, and the answer is simple. We have created the Celebrity Liberal Blacklist (found at the far left; pun intended) of celebrities that make liberal comments that are anti-American, anti-Bush, or just plain stupid. For every celiberal on this blacklist, we post links to articles and websites that discuss their quotes and actions. The celiberals are the ones making the stupid comments - we're just posting the links to these quotes. It is the quotes themselves that reveal how idiotic these celiberals are.

We also know that you would like to talk about these celiberals. That is why we have created a Message Board for all our users to share their ideas on how we stop these celiberals. We've also set it up so you can contribute your links to celiberals and/or candidates for celiberals.

Intended Audience: We know that this site is not for everybody. This site was made for folks who are just sick and tired of hearing these celebrity liberals do their belly-aching just to get some press coverage.

Alec Baldwin Barbra Streisand Cher Dave Matthews Dustin Hoffman Ed Harris George Clooney Harry Belafonte Jessica Lange Julia Roberts Madonna Martin Sheen Richard Gere Robert Altman Sandra Bernhard Sean Penn Susan Sarandon Tim Robbins Whoopi Goldberg Woody Harrelson Others..

http://www.celiberal.com/


TOPICS: Announcements; Culture/Society; News/Current Events; Political Humor/Cartoons; US: California
KEYWORDS: celebrities; celiberal; liberals
I found this and thought you might like it!
1 posted on 02/13/2003 7:19:51 AM PST by I_Love_My_Husband
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To: MadIvan; Bella_Bru; American Preservative; SeenTheLight; sfwarrior
ping
2 posted on 02/13/2003 7:20:39 AM PST by I_Love_My_Husband (Dear God in heaven: please protect us and our families from harm.)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
All of those bumper stickers are mis-printed.

They should say: Diversify Celebrity

3 posted on 02/13/2003 7:23:47 AM PST by steve in DC
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To: I_Love_My_Husband; TLBSHOW; doug from upland
What a great website!
4 posted on 02/13/2003 7:24:53 AM PST by finnman69 (!)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
I love to know the educational backgrounds of these self-proclaimed important people. Generally, experts' comments are preceeded by a short list of accomplishments. I can hear it now: Julia Roberts, an eighth grade graduate, bashes President Bush's war strategies....

BTW, I_Love_Your_Screename.
5 posted on 02/13/2003 7:28:28 AM PST by Quilla
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
The simple truth is that people are not going to stop seeing movies to "get at" celebrities. If they want a boycott that will work, try asking peopel to boycott the first two weeks of a movie's release. This is when the lion's share of the profits are sent back to Hollywood and the local movie theater only gets to keep a small percentage of the take. After about two weeks, the percentages start to shift in the local theater's favor. The benefits of this approach over a full boycott? People get to see the movies that they want to see. You don't hurt local businesses. Indeed, they get more money out of the deal. Less money goes to the studios and actors who might be getting a cut. This seems like a win (movie watchers), win (local theaters), win (less money to Hollywood) approach to me that has a much better chance of succeeding than a full boycott.
6 posted on 02/13/2003 7:28:49 AM PST by Question_Assumptions (``)
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To: Quilla
Oops, please insert an 'd after that first I. My apologies.
7 posted on 02/13/2003 7:29:46 AM PST by Quilla
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To: Quilla
Thank_you_very_much!

Educational background of Madonna and Sandra Bernhard: HS grad. only.
8 posted on 02/13/2003 7:30:04 AM PST by I_Love_My_Husband (Dear God in heaven: please protect us and our families from harm.)
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To: exnavy
bump
9 posted on 02/13/2003 7:50:40 AM PST by exnavy
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
I haven't declared a boycott, but any movie requires the "suspension of disbelief", which means I have to believe the actor's portrayal. With an increasing number of actors, I simply can't do it. As a consequence, I cannot bear to see any movie with the actors listed.

I am beginning to have a similar problem with musicians. A long list of musicians lined up to kiss up to the Clintons, and I could no longer listen to them. An even longer list have gone out of their way to badmouth America since 9/11, and Bush, and to speak up for Saddam, and I simply can't listen to them anymore.

As I say, it isn't a boycott, I simply can't bear to see them or listen to them anymore. My taste in music as always tended toward the out-of-the-mainstream, and as more and more mainstream artists take themselves off my list, my taste more and more tends toward musicians who haven't yet been interviewed by anyone. Among mainstream artists, only country musicians have managed to keep their mouths shut and resist badmouthing the country; I suspect some of them actually like America, and it seems that I am starting to listen to more country music than was previously my habit.
10 posted on 02/13/2003 8:03:08 AM PST by marron
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To: marron
I agree with your sentiments. It's not so much a boycott as you just can't stand to see these people on the screen and know how they really feel and what they say in real life. They should just keep their opinions to themselves. Julia Roberts is the one I really can't stand. I must be the only woman I know who won't see a Julia Roberts film!

I just e-mailed this link to my dad. Now that they are retired, my parents like to see quite a few movies. However, being big-time conservatives, their list of acceptable actors is dwindling. My mom says soon the only movies my dad will allow them to see are Schwarzenegger action films!
11 posted on 02/13/2003 8:41:26 AM PST by usmom
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Willie Nelson?!?

12 posted on 02/13/2003 8:43:22 AM PST by Salamander (Sal O'Mander)
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To: Salamander
Hey guys, here is a petition I saw on foxnews last night..

http://www.ipetitions.com/campaigns/hollywoodceleb/
13 posted on 02/13/2003 9:03:56 AM PST by Blue Scourge (Real American...)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Now we just need a list of those celebrities who are supportive of the country and the President, as well as our troops. I've got at least a few names to start with...

Bo Derek
Patricia Heaton
Pat Sajak
Ron Silver
Arnold Swartzernegger
Bruce Willis
Dennis Miller
Dennis Hopper
LL Cool J

Excuse the alphabetization; hopefully this list will continue to grow.

-Regards, T.
14 posted on 02/13/2003 9:16:29 AM PST by T Lady (.Freed From the Dimocratic Shackles since 1992)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
If you want to get involved in telling the celebrities what you think, here is a great website: www.ipetitions.com/campaigns/Hollywoodceleb/Index.html
15 posted on 02/13/2003 9:35:02 AM PST by CyberAnt ( Yo! Syracuse)
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To: T Lady
John Malkovich
James Woods

Both on *our* side.
16 posted on 02/13/2003 11:05:50 AM PST by I_Love_My_Husband (Dear God in heaven: please protect us and our families from harm.)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband; All
www.ipetitions.com/index.html

Cursur down until you see - on the left - Featured Petitions

In that box, the first one is: Citizens Against Celibrity Pundits

Click on it - and sign the petition!!!
17 posted on 02/13/2003 11:57:19 AM PST by CyberAnt ( Yo! Syracuse)
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To: Question_Assumptions
70% of the movie studio's profits come from overseas.
18 posted on 02/13/2003 11:58:45 AM PST by dfwgator
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To: T Lady
I think Toby Keith, Faith Hill, and any number of county musicians. I hated country music in my youth but no longer. Of course, I was a screaming bitter feminist in my youth. I grew up; most of the hollywood liberals have not.
19 posted on 02/13/2003 12:56:14 PM PST by karatemom
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
And both with higher education.
20 posted on 02/13/2003 2:08:28 PM PST by uncitizen
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To: marron; usmom
...I am starting to listen to more country music than was previously my habit.

Same here.

There are few so-called artists that I began boycotting years ago, e.g., Madonna because she encourages girls to be skeezers.

I would not walk across the streeet to see these lowlifes. I always thought Pierce Brosnan was really hot, now I can't stand to look at him. If they are going to run down my country, I can not have any admiration for them at all.
21 posted on 02/13/2003 2:18:50 PM PST by Bigg Red (Defend America against her most powerful enemy -- the Democrats.)
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To: T Lady
Hunter Tylo (Bold and Beautiful)
Gerald McRaney (Major Dad) and wife Delta Burke
Kelsey Grammer
22 posted on 02/13/2003 2:22:48 PM PST by hispanarepublicana (successful, educated unauthentic latina--in Patrick Leahy's eyes, at least)
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To: T Lady; All
Does anyone know if these two stars of "Barbershop" are with us?:

Ice Cube
Cedric the Entertainer

I thought they might be considering the nature of that film.
23 posted on 02/13/2003 2:23:46 PM PST by uncitizen
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To: marron
I tend to agree with you, as well. I'm finding that a lot of the artists whose music I enjoy (mostly alternative country/folk) fall into the "enemy camp" so to speak. I will continue to listen to them and purchase new releases if I feel so inclined.

What I won't do is seek out any products from artists I haven't heard before who are "celiberals." For example, I was once curious to hear what Steve Earle was all about...this was before John Walker Blues. I still have never heard his music, and now I don't plan to ever buy anything from him.

24 posted on 02/13/2003 2:33:31 PM PST by GSWarrior
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Thanks.
25 posted on 02/13/2003 5:02:10 PM PST by ruready4eternity
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To: T Lady
Dennis Hopper?
26 posted on 02/13/2003 5:55:35 PM PST by Argus
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Marisa Tomei

Say it ain't so............

27 posted on 02/13/2003 6:03:46 PM PST by Skooz (Tagline removed by moderator)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Bump for a great idea!!

Now we cant figure out what movies to avoid. :-)
28 posted on 02/13/2003 6:04:51 PM PST by WOSG
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To: Skooz
I'm afraid she is way out there. It disappointed me too -- a few months ago I saw her in a play with Al Pacino, and she was quite a fine actress on stage. Shortly after that I learned about her politics, and I lost all respect for her. I was sitting about 10 feet away from her while she performed The Dance of The Seven Veils, and I do have to admit she was VERY convincing. But if she's that whacko politically, she's no better than Asner or Sarandon or any of those other sanctimonious leftist pukes. She's just a sexy version of Barbra Streisand, but just as much of an America-hating loser.
29 posted on 02/13/2003 6:26:21 PM PST by speedy
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To: GSWarrior
It's a real shame that Steve Earle has turned out to be so anti-American. I really like his musical style and he has some great songs (aside from that Johnny Walker song). My favorite Steve Earle song is Copperhead Road. But no, I won't be buying any more of his CD's - darn it!
30 posted on 02/13/2003 6:55:56 PM PST by wontbackdown
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To: wontbackdown
>>My favorite Steve Earle song is Copperhead Road. But no, I won't be buying any more of his CD's - darn it! <<

This is a tough area. With some people, it is easy to pass on their performances -- Sarandon, Striesand (waste of great pipes, though), etc. Even Tyne Daly can be skipped, although I used to like "Judging Amy."

But what am I to do with Elija Wood and Ian McKellan? I liked LOTR and, being a Tolkein fan (who is spinning in his grave to see the politics of the individuals portraying his characters), think the movies have thus far held true to the vision of JRR.

At this rate, conservatives won't be able to watch anything but Terminator movies and listen to country music. I don't have an answer but I think I have a heck of a problem statement.
31 posted on 02/13/2003 7:09:24 PM PST by freedumb2003
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To: freedumb2003
Frankly, if the Celiberals just dropped off the face of the earth, the entertainment industry would manage to survive without them. Most are over-rated.
32 posted on 02/13/2003 7:15:49 PM PST by JusPasenThru (Oh crap...no amusing tag line.)
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To: JusPasenThru
>> if the Celiberals just dropped off the face of the earth, the entertainment industry would manage to survive without them<<

Yes, but we need that to happen NOW! I am sure there is a better actor for Frodo out there an Elija Wood, but HE is acting the part. So, do I boycott LOTR movies because the major character's actor is a flaming idiot? Do I give the brainless left power over me by choosing my viewing, indirectly?

Well, in the meantime, I can excorciate the ones I truly don't like and hope that kids like EJ get the message. Or we can send Arnold to have a talk with the little anti-american punk.
33 posted on 02/13/2003 7:24:07 PM PST by freedumb2003
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To: freedumb2003; Question_Assumptions
Actually, I agree with QA. We don't rush out to see the movies featuring the hollywierd anymore. Given the choice we'll rent a movie that's a year old we haven't seen.

We actually have found many benefits. We avoid the long lines, unruly audiences and sometimes higher prices.

We also have the benefit of knowing whether a movie is worth the price of the tickets, avoiding a lot of disappointment.

It's satisfying to watch supposed box office stars bomb for a month - even if the movie may end up profitable over the long run. I also think it prevents ridiculous salary demands, inflated egos, and tougher financing if it takes a year or more for a movie to become profitable.
34 posted on 02/13/2003 7:32:56 PM PST by optimistically_conservative (We're approaching the one-year anniversary of Democrats accusing Bush of a "rush" to war.)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Harvey Keitel, an ex-Marine, thinks *every* boy oughta serve in the military because they owe to their country.
I'd put him in the plus column.
35 posted on 02/13/2003 7:39:12 PM PST by Salamander (Sal O'Mander)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
Great Find, a national treasure!

It is so rotteningly amusing to me to hear and see all of these hyper-elitist liberals, who are grosslsy over-paid, overly indulged, extremely way out there in never never land, script readers and screen play memorizers telling my President, he doesn't have a clue.

Like, where were they when the great Liberal Icon, the Impeached One who kept losing his cigars in some, well, you know what I mean, tossed down bombs like his cigar wrappers and his zipper whenever he got the urge?

36 posted on 02/13/2003 7:43:10 PM PST by harpo11 (The United Nations is NOT united with America)
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To: T Lady
Kim Alexis
Emma Caulfield
Shannen Doherty
Patricia Heaton
Kathy Ireland
Ashley Judd
Cheryl Ladd
Heather Locklear
Tracy Scoggins

37 posted on 02/13/2003 8:09:51 PM PST by qam1
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To: Salamander
"Willy Nelson"

I don't believe it! I'll never believe it! Say it isn't true, Willy!

They must have made him an offer he couldn't refuse. I forgive you Willy. :)

38 posted on 02/14/2003 8:04:28 AM PST by Search4Truth (Willie Nelson is not a Communist)
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To: Question_Assumptions
Very good ideas.

I'd add to that two others:

1. If you must boycott, only boycott certain people. Create a noticeable difference in the success of one person over another. The bottom line will eventually force a hard look at why it's happening. A mass boycott creates no contrast, and in doing so, can hurt it's own message. Not to mention those in the industry who actually agree with it. Just as with other forms of conflict, it's better to avoid collateral damage.

2. If you disagree with these people, and have the skills, go into the business. Stop whining, and take the damn beach. That's what the left did to our educational institutions, and we've been worse off for it ever since.

39 posted on 02/14/2003 9:57:07 AM PST by Mr. Bungle
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To: qam1; T Lady
Add Sean Astin to OUR side!!!

:)

http://www.theonering.net/perl/newsview/8/1045164465
40 posted on 02/14/2003 12:18:10 PM PST by I_Love_My_Husband (Dear God in heaven: please protect us and our families from harm.)
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To: I_Love_My_Husband
I just got URL to this site from another Freeper by email. I forget her Freeper screen name. I was just checking to be sure it was posted here. Thanks for posting it, Husband Lover. I love my hubbby too. 30th anniversary in June. time flies when you are having fun!
41 posted on 03/26/2003 2:25:46 PM PST by buffyt (The anti-war celebrities are just like the French, they actually think their opinions matter! ~MikeT)
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To: harpo11
the unfortuanate thing about this reply is that it is flawed in two ways, many of the 'celiberals' are well informed and intelligent about what is going on in the world more, especially the veiws and opinions on how American allies view the brutish bulling that the world is experiencing now. The second flaw is to say that the American public has seen a leftist leader, in the two party system there is little room for right or left really, both parties are dependent on the capitalist bureaucrats that keep the country running so when these fat cats say do this for campaign money both parties jump to get the cash. It is a sad system indeed and unless little guys who actually hold the most sway in any society recognize the incompetence of having a man born into a world he has no real clue of leading it then thus is the system. Bush is no more an informed celebrity then Julia Roberts the difference is he has people to tell him what to do and think. Silly Julia investigates finds her own info and forms her own options.... damn her and the rest of us who take advantage of free press and free speech!
42 posted on 12/06/2006 12:23:38 PM PST by KittyKatKlause
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