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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Sean Penn Hates EVERYBODY

When given a canidate that Sean Penn should drool over, Obama, he still doesn't like him...which goes to show that Hollywood radicals whill only like you if you agree with them 110% of the time. They are too important to compromise...(crap, did I just defend Obama?) Sometimes I think I'm thinking German in a Spanish brain...From the Telegraph:

Penn joined fellow judge Natalie Portman on the red carpet for the premiere of the first night film, Blindness, a thriller starring Julianne Moore. ...
At a press conference beforehand, the actor, an outspoken critic of the Bush administration, offered his views on the Democratic nomination race. ...Asked if he would be joining other Hollywood A-listers in pledging support for Obama, Penn gave him a less than ringing endorsement and warned that he has an awful lot to live up to.


Read Here:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/celebritynews/1955538/Sean-Penn-endorses-Barack-Obama-at-Cannes-Film-Festival-opening.html

3 comments:

Ida said...

Why can't people understand what Penn was saying? It isn't hard to comprehend--he meant Obama has built himself up to be this Jesus Christ like person, and he obviously will never be able to fulfill that if he becomes president.

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Crystal Clear Conservative said...

Sean Penn is totally insane. I believe Ridgemont High called and they are seeking their class idiot, Jeff Spicolli.

Anonymous said...

Sean Penn seemed to question Obama's voting record, and early in the race he supported very anti-war Dennis Kucinich instead, he just liked him better than Obama.

There's no reason for extremely liberal people to drool over Obama. He is not even liberal, he's pro-war for one, I like him and I admit he is a MASTERFUL politician, but he's a centrist and doesn't represent my views that well. Compared to me or Sean Penn, Obama is a moderate republican. Obama has the liberal vote in his pocket because there's nobody on the right that liberals would even consider voting for, because there are no moderates on the right.

It's not that "radicals will only like you if you agree with them 110% of the time," that's silly. No two people agree 110% on anything, but there are a few politicians who actually are liberal, vote liberal, don't flip flop, and come a little bit closer to representing my views, but they're not running for president.