Skip to comments.Celebs Who Lean To The Right
Posted on 10/08/2008 4:51:49 PM PDT by Toki
A look at Celebraties who run on the Conservative side. A good source to know who to support in Hollywood.(Photo show on site, Click to get)
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B)Clint Eastwood is a righty? Wasn't his movie "Million Dollar Baby" about doctor assisted homicide...errr...suicide?
Topher Grace, Dixie Carter, Alice Cooper, Allan Melvin, Jason Alexander, Kelsey Grammer
Dennis Hooper, wow! What about Gloria Estephan? Has Bruce Willis endorsed McCain yet?
One thing fer damsure....Republican women are sooooo much pertier!
I didn’t know that about Debra
And for Clint Eastwood, I think I had heard that he leaned right, and Million dollar baby was about fighting, though there might have been that in there.
Wait a minute, why was Arnold listed?
Are you saying they are brats?
Nope, I’m saying I can’t spell and my spell checker is out of order.
Clint's more of a libertarian righty than an evangelical righty.
O'REILLY: All right. A couple of interesting things in your book, and we -- put it this way, ladies and gentlemen. If we have somebody on here, the book's not going to be a dog. If the book's bad, we're not going to have them on here.
So you are pro-life in a town...
HEATON: That's right.
O'REILLY: ... that is almost 100 percent pro-choice. How does that impact on you?
HEATON: Well, you know, I'm a chairman of Feminists for Life, and so I think that, because of that, we have an interesting stand that most people don't -- haven't heard before, which is being pro-life can be a feminist issue.
The early feminists were pro-life. And really abortion is a huge disservice to women, and it hasn't been presented that way. So -- so it's a -- there's a sort of an in for me because of that take on it.
O'REILLY: Do you take any heat from your peers out there?
HEATON: I did. I mean, I did originally. I vote Republican because of my pro-life stance, and, of course, that was a real hot-button issue when Bill Clinton was first elected.
I mean, people really -- I wore a Quayle-Bush button, and literally people would stop and look at the button the and look at me and give me dirty looks and, you know, say nasty things to me.
I think, since 9/11, a lot of that has calmed down a little bit.
Read more at http://www.priestsforlife.org/media/heatonoreilly.htm
I'm sure that passing over a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright amidst actors, singers and professional athletes was just an oversight by the editors at CBS.
Maybe you should have entitled this thread "celebrities who will be blacklisted under the regime of Glorious Leader Obama and his truth squads."
Even at 13, I knew how to pick 'em.
Seahawks meet President Bush
The Seahawks got all presidential today in Bellevue, as Matt Hasselbeck and Mack Strong welcomed President George W. Bush to the Hyatt (the president is in town for a political fundraiser). The QB and RB gave the president a Seahawks jersey, number 43. Matt jokingly told the president, "We know you are going to be unemployed here in about a year and a half. About the same time Mack Strong will be retiring. We might be looking for a fullback, so get with your strength coach and we'll be ready for you."