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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by iGary, Sep 3, 2009.
Is it me, or is this kind of creepy:
Creepy in what way??
Dammit! Can somebody please paraphrase? I can't watch vids at work.
I think its a bunch of celebrities pledging to do stuff that they will pay someone else to do. I only recognized around 4 of them though so I could be wrong.
Ah- well that's boring, not creepy.
Which four did you recognize? What are they pledging? Im in the same boat as Lee.
(There are a lot of good looking, scantily clad men on this boat.)
I would hope these celebrities were already donating their time and money to help people and not just because Obama told them too.
It's an old video of celebrities pledging to do community work and the like. Why the OP felt it relevant now, I don't now.
I picked out Aston, Demi, the chick from friends and her stupid husband, Cameron Diaz.
I think one guy was off of good charlotte, I think I saw the lady from "something about mary", ashton kutcher, and I think I saw 50 cent (I think he has a big gap in his teeth).
This was a video from the campaign, what the hell was the point of this thread?
Didn't you hear? Obama is going to speak to our children and turn them all into Hitler Youth
Maybe he'll ask every kid to send a dollar to Washington for UHC.
Seems to me, while the criticism of his speech to kids is bat ***** crazy, it serves the Dems right. They pulled the same crap when Bush the first did it.
I just thought is was a stupid video. I really don't care what the Hollywood stars are doing.
Except the rich kids will have to send $2 instead because, you know, they can afford it.
Yeah, it really is. Talk about spreading propaganda
"I pledge to be of service to Barack Obama"....
"I pledge to be a servant of our President"...
Need I remind you that the President is there solely to serve us? This is quite creepy. What's next? Obama posters and pledging to him before classes start? Sounds crazy but so are the two quotes sponsored by BO. I mean how does one think this starts in other countries (NK, China, Cuba, etc). Starts with this type of thing and builds from there
*waits for the BO supporters to jump to his defense where there is none to be made
nice to see you haven't outgrown that habit of declaring your thoughts as fact.
seriously, how can one defend this and maintain a straight face?
To be fair once Bush had been told it was a national emergency on 9/11 he probably should have quickly left the school so he could lead the country.
If you're at work and your website goes down, if its your responsibility you basically drop anything low priority to go and fix it. Reading to kids is low priority for a president.
Defend what exactly? Celebrity endorsements during a campaign? Pledging to help out? What exactly is the problem here? We can't help out our government, its only supposed to help us?
What exactly is the crime here that needs to be defended?
as opposed to retyping it, refer to what i wrote im my first post
Celebrities have too much time in their hands...
"I don't normally get involved in politics, but I think the stakes are too high this election. Mayor Giuliani has the executive experience, proven record and bold vision needed to lead our country," -- Robert Duvall
"If you guys vote for Al Gore, you're out of your minds ... Gore's a knucklehead ... just the lying and mendacity of the last eight years of the regime that Al Gore was a part and parcel of ... I mean, there is only so much lying the American people will take before they go, 'Uh, this doesn't seem like a good idea.' You have to look at what he does and what he stands for." -- Bruce Willis
"I called the White House, called President [George Bush] and asked what I could do. So I got involved with the national foster care program." -- Bruce Willis
"He's is incredible! A gangster. I wanna meet George Bush, just shake his hand and tell him how much of me I see in him." -- 50 Cent (lol)
"The reason I'm here is because I think John McCain is a good, honest, patriotic American. He's proven that with his actions," -- Wilford Brimley
Mike is also a respected and fearless leader, and he does not cower to the cries of any majority or minority, he doesn't abandon his values for what's expedient. Like our Founding Fathers, he's not afraid to stand up for a Creator and against secularist beliefs. Chuck Norris on Mike Huckabee
Entertainers who endorsed McCain:
* María Conchita Alonso, actress
* Stephen Baldwin, actor
* Pat Boone, singer
* Powers Boothe, actor
* Wilford Brimley, actor
* Jerry Bruckheimer, producer
* James Caan, actor
* Dean Cain, actor
* Adam Carolla, comedian, television and radio host
* Lacey Chabert, actress
* Jon Cryer, actor
* Daddy Yankee (Ramon Ayala), musician
* Charlie Daniels, musician
* Robert Davi, actor 
* Robert Duvall, actor
* Clint Eastwood, actor and director
* Erik Estrada, actor
* Joe Eszterhas, screenwriter
* Lou Ferrigno, actor and bodybuilder
* Kelsey Grammer, actor 
* Lee Greenwood, musician, often performed "God Bless the USA" at McCain/Palin rallies
* Angie Harmon, actress
* Elisabeth Hasselbeck, co-host of The View
* Patricia Heaton, actress
* Victoria Jackson, comedian
* Lorenzo Lamas, actor
* Blackie Lawless, musician
* Gerald McRaney, actor
* Dennis Miller, comedian
* Heidi Montag, Hollywood figure
* Craig T. Nelson, actor
* George Newbern, actor
* Chuck Norris
* Ted Nugent, hard rock guitarist
* Gail O'Grady, actress
* John Ondrasik, singer
* Joe Perry, guitarist for Aerosmith
* John Ratzenberger, actor
* John Rich, musician
* Shauna Sand, actress
* Tom Selleck, actor
* Gary Sinise, actor
* Kevin Sorbo, actor
* Sylvester Stallone, actor
* Connie Stevens, actress
* Rip Torn, actor
* Janine Turner, actress and author
* Dick Van Patten, actor
* Jon Voight, actor 
* Hank Williams, Jr. musician, often performed at McCain/Palin rallies
* Gretchen Wilson, musician, often performed at McCain/Palin rallies
* James Woods, actor
* David Zucker, director
Not to mention Jack Nicholson's Hilary ad, and McCain's YouTube channel having an endorsement from Stallone
what exactly do Democrats have to defend about a group of celebrities endorsing the president?