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It's the F-Time Show With Chevy Chase

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posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 07:24 PM
By Richard Leiby
Thursday, December 16, 2004; Page C03

Even certified Hollywood liberals were reeling after Chevy Chase's potty-mouthed Bush-bashing Tuesday night at the Kennedy Center, where the actor hosted an awards ceremony staged by People for the American Way.
After actors Alec Baldwin and Susan Sarandon delivered speeches accepting their Defender of Democracy awards, Chase took the stage a final time and unleashed a rant against President Bush that stunned the crowd. He deployed the four-letter word that got Vice President Cheney in hot water, using it as a noun. Chase called the prez a "dumb [expletive]." He also used it as an adjective, assuring the audience, "I'm no [expletive] clown either. . . . This guy started a jihad."

He even embarassed his fellow Hollywood liberals, something that is hard to do.

When will these entertainers learn to stick with what they know? It's no wonder the left lost the election.

And the left-wing death spiral continues....


posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 09:20 PM
Gee, how shocking. Have you seen how some right-wing evangelicals act? This is hardly a big deal, I can think of much more colorful words for the current administration...

posted on Dec, 18 2004 @ 10:51 PM
It is sad, but it is funny at the same time. These "stars" think they are helping the "cause". But what they are really doing is energizing "the silent majority" who are going to vote Republican.

The best example of this was Michael Moore, and his ficticious movie Farenheit 9/11. Michael Moore keeps his mouth shut and doesn't make that "garbage", Kerry would be President elect right now.

But please Democrats, DO NOT take my advice, please keep up the hate!

posted on Dec, 27 2004 @ 08:36 PM
Oh, I forgot. Only nobodies can comment on politcal matters. The only difference is that the kinda crowd most nobodies would draw to their rants would barely fill a booth at Denny's. If the crowd has your attention, tell 'em what you think. I guess Chevy just doesn't give a [expletive]. More power. I would say the same for any right wing star too. Big deal.

But then again, do you people look up to famous people as if what they say actually helps you decide how to think?

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