James Woods: "President an abomination"

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#1 Posted by The-Apostle (12193 posts) -

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

#2 Edited by GamingTitan (632 posts) -

Not surprised. I kind of expect James wood to be a dick.

he does have a valid point about the vets being denied access though. Thats pretty messed up~

#3 Edited by jimkabrhel (15423 posts) -

So this is ALL Obama's fault? Ok, good to know Hollywood Celebrity James Woods. :eyeroll:

#4 Posted by Ace6301 (21389 posts) -

I had no idea the government shutdown was entirely Obama's fault. Thank you for informing me Mr.Woods

#5 Edited by Chutebox (37941 posts) -

Nope, here it is all Republican's fault!

#6 Edited by Serraph105 (28384 posts) -

That's funny, I thought Obama wanted to pass a clean CR like the rest of the democrats.

#8 Edited by Serraph105 (28384 posts) -

Also why do people think that speaking out against the president would mean that they no longer get to work? Seems a bit dumb to be honest.

#9 Posted by The-Apostle (12193 posts) -

@Serraph105 said:

Also why do people think that speaking out against the president would mean that they no longer get to work? Seems a bit dumb to be honest.

He works in Hollywood. Most people there are liberals who only hire like-minded people.

#10 Posted by Ace6301 (21389 posts) -

@The-Apostle said:

@Serraph105 said:

Also why do people think that speaking out against the president would mean that they no longer get to work? Seems a bit dumb to be honest.

He works in Hollywood. Most people there are liberals who only hire like-minded people.

You're right, saying things or having habits out of the norm has destroyed many Hollywood careers. People like Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Clint Eastwood, Ice T, and Charlton Heston. After they said or did things that stepped out of the norm they became outcasts!

#11 Posted by GreySeal9 (24947 posts) -

Why exactly am I supposed to give a fvck about what James Woods thinks?

#12 Edited by Makhaidos (2162 posts) -

@Serraph105 said:

That's funny, I thought Obama wanted to pass a clean CR like the rest of the democrats.

#13 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

This country is so ass backward and broken it isn't funny.

#14 Edited by drekula2 (2930 posts) -

I'm reading his twitter posts in Mike Toreno's voice

#15 Posted by Blueresident87 (5340 posts) -

We should all listen to James Woods. Everywhere, right now

#16 Posted by zpluffy (195 posts) -

I love the comments from the top. These Obama lovers blame game again...

"The White House said Tuesday that Obama would veto any piecemeal bill that funded only parts of the federal government without resolving the whole government shutdown."

Meanwhile, while the park is being barricaded, illegals rally at National Mall.

http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2013/10/01/House-Democrats-To-Deny-WWII-Vets-Access-To-Their-Own-Memorial

http://www.westernjournalism.com/obama-denies-veterans-access-illegal-alien-rally-national-mall-okay/

#17 Posted by soulless4now (41381 posts) -

James Woods hasn't be relevant since voicing Hades in the Kingdom Hearts series so all I can say is: "lol".

#18 Edited by BranKetra (49367 posts) -

He has a point about the illegal aliens getting more help than military veterans, but I think his frustration is misguided. Congress is also to blame as I understand that situation.

#19 Posted by MrGeezer (56862 posts) -

@The-Apostle said:

@Serraph105 said:

Also why do people think that speaking out against the president would mean that they no longer get to work? Seems a bit dumb to be honest.

He works in Hollywood. Most people there are liberals who only hire like-minded people.

Well, jeeze...look at Mel Gibson. I'm not saying that the controversies surrounding him haven't hurt his career, but he's still getting work. And that's with some REALLY nasty comments, plus some serious alcohol abuse issues.

James Woods? All he did was talk $hit about the president. And what he said was mild by even those standards (plenty of people before him have gotten personal and/or racist). No one's gonna remember this comment after Obama is after office. And if this is the thing that kills James Woods' career, then that would indicate that he doesn't have much of a career left anyway.

Hell, I just looked up his IMDB, and half this guy's work in the last decade has been either TV appearances or videogame acting. Hell, if anything I'd think he said this in a deliberate attempt to get people to pay attention to him. I didn't even know the guy WAS still working until someone posted that article. But now he has not only pulled on my sympathy strings, but he has also pointed out that "yes, I'm still doing work."

#20 Posted by WilliamRLBaker (28464 posts) -

Eh... Seems to me that the president doesn't control every facet of every single corner of the government so some folks need to stop blaming him for everything it pretty much amounts to some republicans actually blaming him for things that happened in previous administrations.

Also James Woods voiced himself on family guy that instantly invalidates his opinions.

#21 Edited by Barbariser (6761 posts) -

Who the fuck is James Woods and why is he so stupid?

#22 Posted by danten81 (328 posts) -

@Barbariser said:

Who the fuck is James Woods and why is he so stupid?

James Woods has an IQ of 180. Crazy maybe, definitely not stupid.

#23 Posted by dave123321 (34300 posts) -

We need a balanced approach h

#24 Edited by DevilMightCry (3496 posts) -

James Woods plays video games. Therefore he's boss.

#25 Edited by comp_atkins (31812 posts) -
@WilliamRLBaker said:

Eh... Seems to me that the president doesn't control every facet of every single corner of the government so some folks need to stop blaming him for everything it pretty much amounts to some republicans actually blaming him for things that happened in previous administrations.

Also James Woods voiced himself on family guy that instantly invalidates his opinions.

false. obummer personally approved each and every dollar that was cut off due to the shutdown. he spent the first 56 hours of it at his desk reviewing 52,000 proposals for what will and will not be but and signed off on each on himself, with 8 pens. this is ALL HIS FAULT and no one else's

also, since when would any conservative worth their weight ( which is significant if they live in the south ) care what 'dem libruls' out in hollyweird think?

#26 Edited by mattykovax (22693 posts) -

I have the same reaction to this that I do when the george clooney types speak up....shut the F up....people who make a living getting paid to pretend and living in a fantasy world only accessed by the rich and famous have no clue no matter if they are repub or democrat.

#27 Posted by BranKetra (49367 posts) -

@comp_atkins said:
@WilliamRLBaker said:

Eh... Seems to me that the president doesn't control every facet of every single corner of the government so some folks need to stop blaming him for everything it pretty much amounts to some republicans actually blaming him for things that happened in previous administrations.

Also James Woods voiced himself on family guy that instantly invalidates his opinions.

false. obummer personally approved each and every dollar that was cut off due to the shutdown. he spent the first 56 hours of it at his desk reviewing 52,000 proposals for what will and will not be but and signed off on each on himself, with 8 pens. this is ALL HIS FAULT and no one else's

also, since when would any conservative worth their weight ( which is significant if they live in the south ) care what 'dem libruls' out in hollyweird think?

Are you saying he made the proposals, too? It does not seem that way, but I need to make sure.

#28 Edited by comp_atkins (31812 posts) -

@BranKetra said:

@comp_atkins said:
@WilliamRLBaker said:

Eh... Seems to me that the president doesn't control every facet of every single corner of the government so some folks need to stop blaming him for everything it pretty much amounts to some republicans actually blaming him for things that happened in previous administrations.

Also James Woods voiced himself on family guy that instantly invalidates his opinions.

false. obummer personally approved each and every dollar that was cut off due to the shutdown. he spent the first 56 hours of it at his desk reviewing 52,000 proposals for what will and will not be but and signed off on each on himself, with 8 pens. this is ALL HIS FAULT and no one else's

also, since when would any conservative worth their weight ( which is significant if they live in the south ) care what 'dem libruls' out in hollyweird think?

Are you saying he made the proposals, too? It does not seem that way, but I need to make sure.

of course not. that would be even more idiotic than suggesting ( as i did ) that the president is personally reviewing each one..

#29 Posted by Randolph (10542 posts) -


The WW2 memorial is shuttered because the Republicans shut down the government. You want to give someone grief for it, give it to the GOP.

#30 Edited by LJS9502_basic (152135 posts) -

@Randolph said:

The WW2 memorial is shuttered because the Republicans shut down the government. You want to give someone grief for it, give it to the GOP.

Both sides are to blame. We need a new party or two.

#31 Posted by comp_atkins (31812 posts) -

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Randolph said:

The WW2 memorial is shuttered because the Republicans shut down the government. You want to give someone grief for it, give it to the GOP.

Both sides are to blame. We need a new party or two.

we have a tea party now.. but they're not being very helpful.

#32 Posted by Jacanuk (5476 posts) -

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

#33 Posted by toast_burner (22412 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Having a high IQ doesn't make you an expert at everything. Clearly when it comes to politics he's an absolute moron.

#34 Edited by MrGeezer (56862 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

#35 Edited by Jacanuk (5476 posts) -

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

Having a high intelligence means that you are more able to contemplate and be aware of how certain statements make you seem to other people/public, something a person like James woods who makes a living being in the public spotlight might need to do from time to time.

Also intelligence is usually shown by being able to see things from more than just a Fox news pow. Something this James woods seem to lack the ability to do.

#36 Edited by Makhaidos (2162 posts) -

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

#37 Posted by toast_burner (22412 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

Having a high intelligence means that you are more able to contemplate and be aware of how certain statements make you seem to other people/public, something a person like James woods who makes a living being in the public spotlight might need to do from time to time.

Also intelligence is usually shown by being able to see things from more than just a Fox news pow. Something this James woods seem to lack the ability to do.

IQ scores can be misleading. You can have a high IQ yet be an absolute moron.

#38 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152135 posts) -

@Makhaidos said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

But you don't know who posted them....

#39 Posted by Makhaidos (2162 posts) -

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Makhaidos said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

But you don't know who posted them....

Yes, that's my point.

#40 Edited by toast_burner (22412 posts) -

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Makhaidos said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

But you don't know who posted them....

What makes you think he didn't post them?

#41 Edited by xdude85 (4524 posts) -

Long live the new flesh.

#42 Posted by Randolph (10542 posts) -

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Randolph said:

The WW2 memorial is shuttered because the Republicans shut down the government. You want to give someone grief for it, give it to the GOP.

Both sides are to blame. We need a new party or two.

You walk into a restaurant and order a meal. You eat it. Then you tell the waiter that unless you also get a free dessert you refuse to pay for the meal, how exactly does the waiter share the blame in this scenario? This idea that both parties are to blame is nonsense.

#43 Posted by Person0 (2944 posts) -

@Randolph said:

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Randolph said:

The WW2 memorial is shuttered because the Republicans shut down the government. You want to give someone grief for it, give it to the GOP.

Both sides are to blame. We need a new party or two.

You walk into a restaurant and order a meal. You eat it. Then you tell the waiter that unless you also get a free dessert you refuse to pay for the meal, how exactly does the waiter share the blame in this scenario? This idea that both parties are to blame is nonsense.

Yeah this middle of the road "both parties are to blame" idea has really gone too far.

#44 Edited by Jacanuk (5476 posts) -

@toast_burner said:

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Makhaidos said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

But you don't know who posted them....

What makes you think he didn't post them?

What makes me think this isn't James Woods is the one sided view that is being portrayed down through this guys tweets. Some of them are even worse than Fox News.

#45 Posted by MrGeezer (56862 posts) -

@Makhaidos said:

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

Has this been proven, or is that just a stereotype?

#46 Posted by Jacanuk (5476 posts) -

@toast_burner said:

@Jacanuk said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

Having a high intelligence means that you are more able to contemplate and be aware of how certain statements make you seem to other people/public, something a person like James woods who makes a living being in the public spotlight might need to do from time to time.

Also intelligence is usually shown by being able to see things from more than just a Fox news pow. Something this James woods seem to lack the ability to do.

IQ scores can be misleading. You can have a high IQ yet be an absolute moron.

Yep, but it tends to usually be an oxymoron.

#47 Edited by toast_burner (22412 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@toast_burner said:

@Jacanuk said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

Having a high intelligence means that you are more able to contemplate and be aware of how certain statements make you seem to other people/public, something a person like James woods who makes a living being in the public spotlight might need to do from time to time.

Also intelligence is usually shown by being able to see things from more than just a Fox news pow. Something this James woods seem to lack the ability to do.

IQ scores can be misleading. You can have a high IQ yet be an absolute moron.

Yep, but it tends to usually be an oxymoron.

"Tends", so you admit there are exceptions? Then why is it hard to belief that James Woods is one of the exceptions?

#48 Edited by Person0 (2944 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@toast_burner said:

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Makhaidos said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

But you don't know who posted them....

What makes you think he didn't post them?

What makes me think this isn't James Woods is the one sided view that is being portrayed down through this guys tweets. Some of them are even worse than Fox News.

Its a verified account...

#49 Edited by Jacanuk (5476 posts) -

@Person0 said:

@Jacanuk said:

@toast_burner said:

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Makhaidos said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

No, but being smart does tend to prevent you from being a paranoid conservative moron like these tweets portray.

But you don't know who posted them....

What makes you think he didn't post them?

What makes me think this isn't James Woods is the one sided view that is being portrayed down through this guys tweets. Some of them are even worse than Fox News.

Its a verified account...

Ya, indeed it is.

didn´t notice that at first glance.

#50 Posted by Jacanuk (5476 posts) -

@toast_burner said:

@Jacanuk said:

@toast_burner said:

@Jacanuk said:

@MrGeezer said:

@Jacanuk said:

@The-Apostle said:

He also said he doesn't expect to work again.

Discuss.

Are you sure this is the real James Woods? and i know it does say realjameswoods and he has a decent amount of followers, but remembering that woods is a member of Mensa and have a iq of above 160, i find it kinda hard to believe that he would write something like this. Even tho the man is right about Obama.

Not saying that this is really James Woods, but what does his IQ have to do with anything? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from disapproving of the president? Does being smart somehow prevent someone from making angry posts on Twitter?

Having a high intelligence means that you are more able to contemplate and be aware of how certain statements make you seem to other people/public, something a person like James woods who makes a living being in the public spotlight might need to do from time to time.

Also intelligence is usually shown by being able to see things from more than just a Fox news pow. Something this James woods seem to lack the ability to do.

IQ scores can be misleading. You can have a high IQ yet be an absolute moron.

Yep, but it tends to usually be an oxymoron.

"Tends", so you admit there are exceptions? Then why is it hard to belief that James Woods is one of the exceptions?

Probably because i have mistaken "movie" Woods for how he is as a real person, i forget that even in interviews he is just playing a role. Anyways that´s murica and republicans for you.......