Right Wing Dog

The FIGHT for The RIGHT!

Those Dems, aren’t they something

Hillary has Emily’s list & Obama has Oprah.
Hillary has Spielberg & Obama has Clooney.

On and on it goes. Oprah trumps Emily’s list but Spielberg trumps Clooney.

What we are really talking about here is the making of a popularity contest not only of the candidates but of their supporters as well.

What happened to the issues?

Oh, yes, I almost forgot. Dennis Kucinich has both Sean Penn and Larry Flint in his corner. Out of the world is you ask me!

Isn’t that special? Sure makes me want to run out a vote for him right now. NOT!!

RWD

November 28, 2007 Posted by | 2008 Election, Clinton, Democrat, Hillary, Kucinich, Liberal Democrat, Obama, Political, POLITICS, Presidential Candidate | , , , , | 7 Comments

Maybe “part” of LIBERAL HOLLYWOOD is waking up!

Here are two seperate section taken from NEWSMAX that are important in that they say volumes about the way a BIG START feels about the liberal CRAP coming out of Hollywood and the way the movie going public feels about ANTI-WAR MOVIES that even Vatiety lables “BACKBENDING LIBERAL“!

Robert Redford acted like a politician when asked about the current presidential campaign during a recent interview with the Chicago Sun Times. In an era in which Hollywood stars toss out endorsements of Democratic candidates as easily as they give out advice on international diplomacy, Redford snubbed the Democrat presidential hopefuls — all of them. The guy who once starred in “The Candidate” and “All the President’s Men” said that he may be engaged in the current political scene but “engagement is different than backing a candidate when you don’t think there’s anybody out there.” When the liberal Sundance Kid publicly states that he doesn’t think “there’s anybody out there,” he’s blowing Hollywood air disses at Hillary, Obama, Edwards, and even E.T.’s bud Dennis Kucinich. Tom Cruise’s “Lions for Lambs,” which Variety labeled “backbendingly liberal,” tanked, taking in a meager $6.5 million despite its additional big-name stars Robert Redford and Meryl Streep. The anti-war movie directed by Redford placed fourth in box-office revenue and was savaged by critics, achieving a miserable 27 percent rating on the Rotten Tomatoes site.

When Hollywood tries to influence American opinions, sometimes they fin d out that IT’S NOT NICE TO FOOL WITH AMERICAN VALUES!

RWD

November 13, 2007 Posted by | 2008 Election, America, Blogroll, Democrat, Hillary, Hollywood, Liberal Blog, Liberal Democrat, Obama, Political, POLITICS, Presidential Candidate, Senator, Voting, War | , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments