Thursday, September 4, 2008

As If!

I was watching some of the commentary today about Gov. Palin's speech last night. Obviously, as a rule, the Dems were dishing her and the GOP was praising her. The one thing I laughed at was (and I do forget who they are) the people watching for the Hollywood stars. They were laughing and making fun of the fact that there were few stars there and the ones that were there were B-list stars and below. Aside from laugher, my reaction was SO WHAT! Hollywood is not known for being overloaded with great thinkers! I would actually consider it a good thing that there were few of them there. I get a big kick out of the Democrats parading around their high school drop out Hollywood supporters as if they know anything more than the average American and we should all follow them. I really think the Democrats are scared out of their wits (both of them) about Gov. Palin. If they weren't they wouldn't be making such a fuss.

5 comments:

Pam said...

Great point! I know John Voight, father of Anelina Jolie, was at the convention, as he is every 4 years. He is an A-lister in my opinion. I loved his character in the 2 National Treasure movies.

Pam said...

oh and Robert Duvall narrated one of the videos. He has been in several awesome movies!

Jungle Mom said...

HA! You got a way with words girl!

Rebecca said...

Interesting about John Voight. I notice he was not mentioned. Guess they didn't want to point out that someone well known and famous could possible be a Republican. I too liked the National Treasure movies. He played his role spot on.

Pam said...

Oh and Chuck Norris and Bo Derrick are strong Republicans. There is a movie coming out on Oct. 3rd called "An American Carol" based on someone similar to Michael MOore trying to get our nation to take away the 4th of July. The writer and producer is David Zucker, a self proclaimed centrist since 9-11. He voted for Gore and Barbara Boxer but after 9-11 he wanted a party in office who were willing to keep us safe. he also like smaller government and lower taxes. He directed movies like "Naked Gun" and "Airplane" the comedy ones.