Monday, March 27, 2006

Alec Baldwin ~ Radio DUMBASS

Fleeing from a radio talk show like a little girl whose pigtails had been pulled, Alec Baldwin showed his true colors last night after Sean Hannity and Mark Levin called in to have a nice "chat" with him. After several minutes of mutual bashing between the three, Baldwin apparently decided that he could dish it out - but just couldn't take it. Host Brian Whitman, of New York's WABC radio (770 AM), tried unsuccessfully to get him back.

Listen to the FULL MP3 CLIP HERE.

Sean Hannity was trying to get Baldwin to defend his outrageous comments against U.S. Leaders during a time of war - and obviously meant to invoke that famous Alec Baldwin temper-tantrum...which he eventually did by exchanges such as this:

HANNITY: Alec, I wanted to give you an official WABC welcome considering you were supposed to come on my program last week and you didn't show up. What happened?

BALDWIN: No, I wasn't supposed to come on your program, Sean Hannity.

HANNITY: No, actually you were supposed to come on the program because a deal was made with your agent that if you were going to come on with Brian, first you'd come on with me.

BALDWIN: I wouldn't dream of coming on your program, Sean Hannity. I'm here with Brian. I'm here with a really talented broadcaster.

HANNITY: [Crosstalk] that you are, you don't tell the truth.

BALDWIN: Why would I want to come on the show with a no-talent, former construction worker hack like you?

HANNITY: Are you the guy that said of our vice president, while we’re at war, while we’re leading troops in harm’s way – are you the reckless, third-rate Hollywood actor who said that Dick Cheney is a terrorist? Are you the guy . . .

BALDWIN: Yes I am.

HANNITY: ... who said to stone Henry Hyde to death? Are you the guy who said our president is a CIA mass murderer? I wanted you to come on the program and defend that, you gutless coward.
Wow. Sounds like Movie-Boy Alec has a big problem with construction workers. I wonder what Harrison Ford - former carpenter/framer and MUCH bigger actor - might have to say about that?

It gets even better when Levin joins in the fun. He points out Baldwin's extra weight, his 2-digit IQ (?) and, after Baldwin dubs him Hannity's "Cabin Boy," Levin pronounces Baldwin as "Brokeback Alec."

Finally, after Baldwin takes another shot at construction workers, Levin asks a very flustered and angry Baldwin "Why was your [former] wife [Kim Basinger] so pissed off at you, anyway?," that was all poor Alec could take - so he stormed out of the studio.

Some other choice Alec Baldwin quotes:

“I think my exact comment was that if Bush won it would be a good time to leave the United States. I'm not necessarily going to leave the United States.” What? Need some help packing those bags?
“Bush wasn't elected, he was selected - selected by five judges up in Washington who voted along party lines.” You mean the United States Supreme Court? Who would be better to rule on a contested U.S. presidential election - Judge Judy?

“I don't want to go all over the map here, but where is the protest against this war when almost on a daily basis, someone is dying over there?” Umm, WAR? - look it up, Einstein. Unlike your movies, people actually die in these things.

"Ms. Basinger has so contaminated this child now that she doesn't even want to be with her father” What - she told your kid the truth about her psychotic, megalomaniacal wife-beating father?
“I feel I'm two people: I have my interest in acting and I have a lot of other political interests I'd like to pursue.” Well, I would say stick to the acting - but you don't seem to be doing much of that these days. Hey, maybe "Err America" could use a savvy radio-guy like you!?

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Susan Sarandon ~ A DUMBASS To Portray a DUMBASS

Attending a Moonbat-studded event yesterday, called "Bring 'em Home Now," Queen of the Moonbats Susan Sarandon announced that she would be bringing (fellow Moonbat) Cindy Sheehan to the Silver Screen. Alert the Media - THIS sounds like NEWS!

While the two fawned over each other at the event, other nutcases gave interviews and performed - Michael Stipes of R.E.M. and MOBY, among other famous flakes. A bit on Sheehan - apparently she has been signed for a reality series on the Sundance Channel. Also, her letters to President Bush inspired "Peace Mom," a one-woman monologue show in London (Vagina Monologues beware!). A memoir is in the works for next month, too. Yipee!

But back to our DUMBASS Sarandon, who will be portraying this "grieving mom" (who, it turns out, hasn't even ordered a gravestone for Casey) in this movie project. Sporting a Bachelors in Theater Performance, this brainiac is notorious for running her mouth about things she knows naught of - including the war in Iraq.

In fact, she seems to have a problem with the Democratic Presidential Hopeful - the August Hillary Clinton.

"She seems to be a very bright woman. I've met her. But she's lost her progressive following because of her caution and centrist approach. It bothers me when she voted for the war."
In futher comments on Hillary:

"There were brave people who didn't vote. She's not worse than other politicians, but I hoped she would be better. What America is looking for is authentic people who want to go into public service because they believe strongly in something, not people who are trying to get elected."
Well, she won't get much argument from me there. Too bad I can't just leave it there, but here are some of her thoughts on Politics:

"All film is political. I think The Nutty Professor was incredibly political. It gets you to root for that guy to stay fat; it redefines what it means to be a man. You only call movies that challenge the status quo political. But really every movie reinforces myths and 'isms' - sexism, ageism."
Wow...that's pretty deep, Suzy! And I'm glad to see you have insight into what it means to be a man. Brilliant! And on Activism:

"Imagination and empathy are the two tools of my profession. And that's the basis of activism. If you can imagine yourself as a mother whose child is in this circumstance, how can you not act on that? So, it's just who I am. It's who I've always been." she plays "make believe" to form her views on subjects!? I wonder what inspiration she drew from "Rocky Horror Picture Show?" But to be fair, the aging actress (60 this year) looks pretty good after all of those cosmetic surgeries - with nary a wrinkle. I wonder if they will have to "undo" any of those facelifts, botox treatments, lipo-suctions or chin-tucks to make her as hideous as her new pal Cindy? Hey, remember Charlize Theron in "Monster?" They can do this stuff...and perhaps they should name THIS movie "Monster II!?"

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Phelps Protesting at G.I. Funerals ~ Dumbass with a Deathwish

Every now and then, someone comes along who makes it easy for just about everyone to hate them. Fred Phelps is such a man.

As the leader of the small (most are his family) and radically anti-gay church from Topeka Kansas, Phelps has been trying to get noticed since the mid-90's, when he and his followers took to protesting publicly against gays. Back then, he would seek out funerals of those who had died from A.I.D.S. and stage a protest.

As if that wasn't bad enough, now this group has taken a turn that I find much more despicable. They have begun to protest at funerals of our returning war dead - holding up signs (that should read "Kick my ass - I'm an IDIOT") with statements like "Thank God for IEDs" and "God Hates America." They claim to be protesting against the military for allowing gay servicemen - which are allowed in the service so long as they don't get caught having gay sex and/or don't tell anyone about their sexual orientation (another Clinton brainchild this one).

Now I don't know about you, but if my son, daughter or sibling had been killed in action and, during their funeral, this group showed up? There would be some bruised and battered congressioners running around in Kansas. This guy should be locked up in a small cell with Luis Farrakhan -then throw away the key! (And yes, I would pay to see that footage!).

Monday, March 06, 2006

Jay Bennish ~ Another Moonbat Teacher

Another Moonbat Teacher!
~Guest Writer Timmer of Righting America

Man, what is it with Colorado educators? Taking a page directly from the Ward Churchill playbook, Moonbat High School Teacher Jay Bennish was having a great time lambasting the United States, President Bush and Israel to his 10th grade "World Geography" class at Overland High School in Aurora, Colorado - this in the week following the President's State of the Union address. What he didn't count on, while trying his best to misshape young minds, was young Sean Allen and his trusty MP-3 player.

After recording approximately 20 minutes of "quality education" from his teacher, Sean brought the cut home and played it for his Dad, who subsequently got no action from school officials and ended up taking the tape public. The proverbial excrement has since impacted the fan and, in the words of Mr. Bennish, here's a little taste of the "why:"

"He started off his speech (speaking of President Bush's State of the Union address) talking about how America should be the country that dominates the world. That we have been blessed essentially by God to have the most civilized, most advanced, best system and that it is our duty as Americans to use the military to go out into the world and make the whole world like us. Sounds a lot like the things that Adolf Hitler use to say."
What was that class he was teaching again... "World Geography??" Not History, Social Studies, Civics or Political Science - but World Geography?
"We're the only ones who are right. Everyone else is backwards. And it's our job to conquer the world and make sure they live just like we want them to. Now, I'm not saying that Bush and Hitler are exactly the same. Obviously, they are not. Ok. But there are some eerie similarities to the tones that they use. Very, very "ethnocentric." We're right. You're all wrong."
"Ethnocentric?" Bush? Now I would just love to hear him defend that assertion to any reasonably educated, news-savvy adult. But I guess it's much easier to brainwash the young. I can just imagine Doctor Condoleezza Rice walking into the classroom at just that moment.
"So, why does Mr. Bush think that other countries that are democracies won't wanna be like us? Why does he think they'll just wanna be at peace with each other?! What makes him think that when the Palestinians get their own state that they won't wanna preemptively invade Israel to eliminate a potential threat to their security just like we supposedly did in Iraq?! Do you see the dangerous precedent that we have set by illegally invading another country and violating their sovereignty in the name of protecting us against a potential future--sorry--attack?"
Well Jay, historically (I realize this is a bit out of the Geography realm), true democracies don't generally make war on each other. And since when was the invasion of Iraq illegal? Was it an act of war for Iraq to fire upon our aircraft over the No-fly Zone virtually every day? Was it an act of war to attempt an assassination of a former U.S. President? Did we not go to our own Congress and the United Nations before the invasion? Did we not give Saddam every chance to avoid war? If this Geography teacher was presenting a balanced picture, he might have included these arguments for his students to make up their own minds. Guess not.

And here is young Sean engaging the Moonbat (he should get an "A" for classroom participation!):
Allen: "But is it ok to say it's just to attack Israel? If it's ok to attack known terrorists, it's ok to attack Israel?"

Bennish: "If you were Palestinians, who are the real terrorists? The Israelis, who fire missiles that they purchased from the United States government into Palestinian neighborhoods and refugees and maybe kill a terrorist, but also kill innocent women and children. And when you shoot a missile into Pakistan to quote-unquote kill a known terrorist, and we just killed 75 people that have nothing to do with al Qaeda, as far as they're concerned, we're the terrorists. We've attacked them on their soil with the intention of killing their innocent people."

Allen: "But we did not have the intention of killing innocent people. We had the intention of killing an al Qaeda terrorist."

Bennish: "Do you know that?"

Allen: "So, you're saying the United States has the intention to kill innocent people?"
Hey, I like this kid! Seems to me he held his own against a quasi-educated Moonbat teacher pretty well - not bad for 16! And the GREAT thing is, after the dust-up over this recording, a certain World Geography teacher was forced to take administrative leave. Word is, he has lawyered up courtesy of the ACLU - that's the "American Civil Liberties Union." But the true question is this: Who's civil liberties were violated here, if not the students who deserve a non-biased education?

Hat tip: Michelle Malkin