my fav from Sheryl Crow:
"I think war is based in greed and there are huge karmic retributions that will follow. I think war is never the answer to solving any problems. The
best way to solve problems is to not have enemies."
Karmic retributions? Thatís deep Sheryl, thatís deep.
Pro-Bush Forces Plan 'Virtual March' On Hollywood
(2003-02-26) -- A coalition of groups which support President Bush's plan to disarm Iraq by force if needed today announced plans for a 'virtual
march' on Hollywood on March 19.
Inspired by the massive impact of today's 'Win Without War' virtual march on Washington, a spokesman for 'Win Without Weaseling' said they plan
to flood phone lines and email bins in Tinsel Town in an attempt to stop the emotional manipulation of the American public by entertainers such as
Martin Sheen, Woody Harrelson, Matt Damon and Susan Sarandon.
"We'll tie up every centimeter of fiber optic line in Hollywood to make our point," said the unnamed spokesman. "Agents won't be able to pitch
producers, actors won't get through to their agents, and several million dollars in coc aine deals will be foiled." www.scrappleface.com...
"Why is everybody trying to stop the war? George Bush ain't been saying, 'You all, make sh*#%y records.' Politicians and music don't mix. It's
like whiskey and wine. We ought to stay out of it." - Kid Rock
Don't like his music but at least he isn't acting like a typical hollywood goon.
"...what I'd do in Bush's shoes. Easy: I'd honour Kyoto. Join the world court. I'd stop subsidising earth rapers like Monsanto, Dupont and Exxon.
I'd shut down the nuclear power plants. So I already have $200bn saved from corporate welfare. I'd save another $100bn by stopping the war on
non-corporate drugs. And I'd cut the defence budget in half so they'd have to get by on a measly $200bn a year. I've already saved half a trillion
bucks by saying no to polluters and warmongers.
"Then I'd give $300bn back to the taxpayers. I'd take the rest and pay the people teaching our children what they deserve. I'd put $100bn into
alternative fuels and renewable energy. I'd revive the Chemurgy movement, which made the farmer the root of the economy, and make paper and fuel from
wheat straw, rice straw and hemp. Not only would I attend, I'd sponsor the next Earth Summit. And, of course, I'd give myself a fat raise."
- Woody Harrleson
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