James Woods: "President an abomination"

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#51 Posted by worlock77 (22547 posts) -

Why should I, or any of us, give a shit about the personal political views of celebrities?

#52 Posted by isv666 (114 posts) -

Why should I, or any of us, give a shit about the personal political views of celebrities?

You shouldn't. But they're in the public eye and have a public voice seen and heard by a lot of people. It can potentially influence others. It's fine to have a viewpoint, but if it's uneducated and misguided, that can be very bad.

#53 Posted by Crunchy_Nuts (2749 posts) -

'President' can be rearranged into 'derp is ten'.

#54 Posted by Makhaidos (1613 posts) -

@worlock77:

You know, your avatar here kinda looks like your avatar at the old site.

#55 Edited by worlock77 (22547 posts) -

@worlock77:

You know, your avatar here kinda looks like your avatar at the old site.

Interesting.

#56 Posted by Ninja-Hippo (23426 posts) -

What makes him think everyone attending the rally is an illegal alien? Because every hispanic individual in the USA lives there illegally amirite?

What a tool.

#57 Edited by jer_1 (7451 posts) -

Well said James Woods. This "president" is an Obamanation. Not that the republicans are any better.

I want every single one of them who are responsible for the government shutdown to lose their positions, that means ALL republicrats and ALL demopublicans.

#58 Posted by coolkid93 (6715 posts) -


Yup, this is all Obama's fault and nobody elses.

#59 Posted by HoolaHoopMan (7745 posts) -

Oh man, the GOP is getting fvcking hammered in polls with this whole shutdown thing. They're letting Ted Cruz and a few radical individuals poison their entire party.

There will be a few like Woods that blame the president, however people are blaming the Reps by a 20 point margin now.

#60 Edited by GreySeal9 (24114 posts) -

@HoolaHoopMan said:

Oh man, the GOP is getting fvcking hammered in polls with this whole shutdown thing. They're letting Ted Cruz and a few radical individuals poison their entire party.

There will be a few like Woods that blame the president, however people are blaming the Reps by a 20 point margin now.

As well they should. It boggles my mind that there are some people who are still clinging to the ridiculous "both sides are at fault for this shutdown" mantra. This simply would not be happening if Republicans had not tried to use the threat of shutdown to damage Obamacare and if John Boehner had the courage to stand up to the tea party lunatics in his caucus.

The idea that Obama/Democrats should be negotiating to cripple Obamacare is beyond stupid, especially when Obama and the Dems agreed to sequestration-level spending.

#61 Posted by HoolaHoopMan (7745 posts) -

@HoolaHoopMan said:

Oh man, the GOP is getting fvcking hammered in polls with this whole shutdown thing. They're letting Ted Cruz and a few radical individuals poison their entire party.

There will be a few like Woods that blame the president, however people are blaming the Reps by a 20 point margin now.

As well they should. It boggles my mind that there are some people who are still clinging to the ridiculous "both sides are at fault for this shutdown" mantra. This simply would not be happening if Republicans had not tried to use the threat of shutdown to damage Obamacare and if John Boehner had the courage to stand up to the tea party lunatics in his caucus.

The idea that Obama/Democrats should be negotiating to cripple Obamacare is beyond stupid, especially when Obama and the Dems agreed to sequestration-level spending.

Bolded: Which was already a concession made by Reid and the Dems months ago. Like you said, saying that both sides are at fault is beyond disingenuous. Its hilarious in a sad kind of way.

#62 Posted by lamprey263 (23195 posts) -

Republicans have been beating that drum since before he was sworn into office.