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Thursday, August 18, 2005


Attacking Non-UH liberalism 'Liberal kooks not only in Crawford' (Hollywood and DC elites showing their hatred against American greatest)

In the first part of John McCaslin's Washington Times Inside the Beltway column yesterday "B-grade Gipper," McCaslin exposes the liberal democrat base and their outright joy at seeing the death of a Conservative President -- any Conservative President, in this case Ronald Reagan, who in his last film role in The Killers (1964) in which Reagan's character was killed off.

McCaslin wrote that the incident was "rather bizarre, if not disturbing" since those in attendance were "a prestigious crowd of actors, actresses, writers, reviewers, scholars, researchers and film preservationists -- including "L.A. Confidential" director Curtis Hanson -- that actually erupted in cheers when Mr. Reagan "the actor" was shot and killed."

These "Hollywood and Washington" types have gone ape. The event was held August 4th, and it was quite evident at the beginning of the movie that President Reagan's participation was not appreciated by the mostly leftist crowd, when his name received light applause as opposed to Director Ed Siegel or actor Lee Marvin. The showing of the film was part of a retrospective of Siegel's work.

McCaslin noted that it was an "eerie scene to relive, considering Mr. Reagan, later as president, was shot and nearly killed in 1981 by John Hinckley Jr." The kooks "broke into 'malicious cheers,' [] when Mr. Reagan was threatened at gunpoint and pushed out of a speeding car."

People, Reagan was recently voted "The Greatest American" by Discovery Channel viewers, and to sit here and read these actions done against Reagan is appauling. Can you imagine their hate for President Bush or even Mrs. Bush for that matter.

Its as if those liberal kooks were brownshirt leftist, with a total loyalty to the liberal cause, as if they were SS who had total loyalty to Hitler.

President Reagan did have a few supporters in the crowd, but they were far outnumbered by the liberal majority of attendees who booed him on the roll of opening credits.

The post film autopsy, or a Q&A session with several actors following the showed some support from Clu Gulager who thought that Reagan showed professionalism in his work and he "thought Reagan was great."

Incredibly, the movie was being filmed at the time President Kennedy was killed in Dallas causing film executives at the time and caused them to tone down the violence in the movie. Obviously liberals never learn.


While on the subject of Hollywood -- Conservatives, do not support these liberal actors Richard Dreyfuss, Ed Begley, Jr, Ed Asner, or Josh Lucas. I saw these crackpots on some show prologing the resolve of the terrorists by trying to get our troops pulled out of Iraq.

Screw the libs!

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