Friday, November 25, 2005


Hollywood glitterati and their liberal sycophants never cease to amaze and disgust. Some recent tidbits:

SWEET SPIRITS OF AMMONIA weighs in with this story about how "Deppressed" actor Johnny Depp is, living in France.

The riots in France have shocked poor Johnny Depp. "It's insane, that setting cars on fire is the new strike," says Johnny. "I went there to live because it seemed so simple. Now it's anything but. I don't know how they'll recover from this."
...Remember when you said the United States was a stupid, aggressive puppy and you wouldn't live here until the political climate changed. Has France become a big nasty poodle that can hurt little Johnny now also?

Read the whole thing for more of Bob's choice comments to Mr. Depp, which I wholeheartedly endorse.

Next, the NY DAILY SNOOZE has this story about everyone's favorite anti-semetic pedophile:

Michael Jackson picked a familiar target to blame for his mounting money problems - the Jews. In phone messages obtained by ABC News, the apparently prejudiced pop star likens them to "leeches" and claims they conspired to leave him "penniless."
"They suck...they're like leeches...I'm so tired of it," Jackson tells former adviser Dieter Wiesner in one of them. "The Jews do it on purpose."
Jackson had to apologize to Jewish groups a decade ago after he included lyrics like "Jew me/Sue me/Everybody do me/Kick me/Kike me" on the song "They Don't Care About Us."
Jackson, who relocated to Bahrain after he was acquitted of child molesting charges, did not respond to the revelations.

Why should he? It's a win-win for him; bash the Jews, and an Arab nation will hide his sick habits in it's closed society.

The last example is from a movie review by Jack Matthews, also from the SNOOZE:

It would be nice to report that Stephen Gaghan's "Syriana" is a clearheaded account of the modern military- oil industry complex that will answer all your questions about U.S. foreign policy and our various intrigues in the Middle East. It would also be nice if I could explain E=mc².

This type of thinking is typical of liberal Hollywood sycophants. He looks to a Hollywood movie to answer his questions about the real world. How long until Congress calls George Clooney to testify before them as an expert on "the modern military- oil industry complex"?
He finishes his review with this comment:

Syriana, by the way, is a Washington think-tank word that refers to the notion that the U.S. can remake nation states in our own image. How's that working out?

Again, is this something he learned from the movie? The implication is that this is what we are trying to do in Iraq. It's pretty clear that Mr. Matthews is a typical, knee-jerk liberal, who is in lockstep with the politics of those screwy Hollywood types he so adores.

1 comment:

Rosemary said...

Stamps: I am grieved.

Jackson: I am glad he's gone.

Matthews: Who? (lol)