Carol Platt Liebau: Good Guys in Hollywood

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Good Guys in Hollywood


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8:33 PM  
Blogger Editor said...

It is about time they showed some appreciation for the Bush tax cuts.

Oh and since jews run Hollywood (as reported after the anti-semtic remarks by Gibson), it is a little difficult to not see these celebrities as simply promoting themselves, as celebrities do.

But one never knows, once the terrorist read that their idols are against them, they may forget about their centuries of battle and lay down their weapons. Yes, this could be turning a new corner.

8:58 PM  
Blogger amber said...

I read this earlier today and I think it is a good sign the either they are waking up to the real terror, or they are feeling more free to voice their oppinions. I think this is more a sign to Hollywood to wake up than it is a sign to the world that hezbollah is a terrorist group.

I am not drawing any conclusions from this, but I did think it was strange the names that were missing. Why Serena and not Venus? Did they think it would be enough to just put Serena? I am not saying the missing names are not in support of this because I do not see Tom Seleck on there, I am just curious how they decided who would be invited to put their name on the list and who would not.

9:22 PM  
Blogger Marshall Art said...

Perhaps in a rush to get it out and public, they just went with whomever they could get at the time. At least there's 84 in Hollywood that knows Hezb'allah and Hamas are terrorist groups. That's more than can be said for Charlie Rangel and a few other Dem politicians. I wonder if eddy-boy knows.

11:18 PM  
Blogger Editor said...

Yes, the current Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was instrumental in creating Hezbullah in the 80's.

I wonder if Bush knows this?

12:32 AM  
Blogger Cliff said...

I think Betsy Newmark said it best! Who Cares! "But, as conservatives we shouldn't say that we don't care about actors' opinions when they say things we disagree with and then be all excited when they say something we actually agree with. They're against terrorism. Great. But, deep down, who cares?" (Betsy Newmark @

5:44 AM  

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