Why are Hollywood libs such poor losers?
Imagine a guy who “play acted” as a wartime doctor during the Korean War (when he was actually filming in Malibu Creek State Park in sunny southern California) telling some blind veteran who’s in a wheelchair, missing several limbs because of an IED, that the vote that he and so many have fought and died for shouldn’t count.
Or how about the “celebrity” who “play acts” as a cop from the safety of a sound stage, telling the surviving wife and kids of a “real life” hero patrolman, executed solely for wearing a badge, that their votes shouldn’t count.
Well, these real-life “play actors” who get paid outrageous amounts for pretending to have skills they don’t have appeared in a PSA calling themselves “Unite for America” – really. The PSA should be called “Sore Losers.”
With the sound turned off, it looks like a Medicaid ad, but turned up, it is a bunch of whiney liberal “play actors” urging the members of the Electoral College to ignore the law, centuries of fair play and tradition, and do what they say, because Hollywood actors know what’s best for us rabble.
What qualifies these people who have personal assistants, makeup artists, stand-ins, stunt men, plush motor homes, and their specific brand of chilled sparkling water and treats to even think for a second that they are qualified to comment on “real life” issues, much less subvert a longstanding election process?
Apparently, when you “play act” as a ruthless bad guy who goes around shooting as many people on film as you can, that qualifies you in “real life” to push gun control on the millions of responsible citizens who don’t commit gun crimes.
Perhaps an actress worth countless millions who tells “real life” working moms how tough it is being a “working” “play actress,” having to leave for weeks at a time to make millions, qualifies them?
Does working in an industry rife with addicts, alcoholics, and perverts qualify them?
Liberal Hollywood actors are entirely out of touch with reality – overpaid, pampered, egotistical, out of step with regular hardworking Americans – yet they somehow feel qualified to act as a force majeure and have the Electoral College consider disregarding their word of honor.
Those of us who go to work every day to take care of our families, often working two or three jobs to pay the bills, buy food, and hopefully have enough left over for gas and some extras, have spoken, and after eight years of these spoiled brats getting their way, we are sick and tired of their temper tantrums.
We’re in the trenches, doing it every day, year after year, while whiney “play actors” receive thousands of dollars an hour, yet many Americans would be happy to earn $12.00 an hour.
Don’t get me wrong: Hollywood has produced some great actors, one of the top being Jimmy Stewart. In It’s a Wonderful Life, he tells Mr. Potter, “Just remember this, Mr. Potter, that this rabble you're talking about ... they do most of the working and paying and living and dying in this community.”
We’re not rabble; you’re just lousy losers.
Boy, do I miss Jimmy Stewart.