"I never saw a clearer
choice in my life," Baldwin said, describing the Bush administration
as being "good at only two things: the economy — and by that I
mean stimulating the Dow, stimulating corporate profits and the
Dow — and waging war. And they basically screwed up both of them,
or they're in the process of screwing up both of them."
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"To me, the Republican
Party is the real great tragedy of the last 25 years because there
are lot of good and decent people and a lot of good political
points [that have] come from the Republican Party in the post-war
period, but it has been hijacked by these fundamentalist wackos,"
"There are a lot
of decent Republicans out there who feel they have to profess
this loyalty to these people," Baldwin added after the applause
Baldwin also took
aim at the Bush administration's policies, telling CNSNews.com
before the panel discussion began that the administration is "really
only good at two things, which is manipulating corporate profits
and waging war, and they basically botched both of those things."
GOP Hijacked by
'Fundamentalist Wackos,' Actor Says
By Marc Morano CNSNews.com Senior Staff Writer July 29, 2004
Fellow best supporting
Oscar nominee Alec Baldwin (news), recognised for his role in
"The Cooler," appeared to agree with Robbins, saying the only
reason the notorious Super Bowl incident should have been censored
was because the act was dull.
"What happened at
the Super Bowl, I thought, should have been censored because it
wasn't very interesting," said the actor who has in the past also
drawn fire for his political views.
performance at the Super Bowl was dull and hackneyed. We'd seen
Hollywood stars suggest Janet
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know that's a harsh thing to say, perhaps, but I believe that
what happened in 2000 did as much damage to the pillars of democracy
as terrorists did to the pillars of commerce in New York City,"
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Bush touches turns to manure in public policy and they're coming
down here and they're telling Rick Perry what to do," Baldwin
Alec Baldwin calls Texas governor
a 'lap dog'
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wasn't elected, he was selected— selected by five judges up in
Washington who voted along party lines," Baldwin said.
never made that statement, but you can tell Gov. Bush to rest
assured that I'm not going to leave the country because we have
to get him out of office and we have to get his brother out of
office in 2004. We're not resting until we get that done."
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Naples Dailey News
apparent effort to widen the gender gap and assist John Kerry's
campaign, hundreds of thousands of pro-abortion demonstrators
held a rally in Washington, D.C.
celebs who endorsed the baby-snuffing gathering include Christina
Aguilera, Jennifer Aniston, Bea Arthur, Ed Asner, Kevin
Bacon, Alec Baldwin, William Baldwin, Meredith Baxter,
Shari Belafonte, Polly Bergen, Stockard Channing, Jill Clayburgh,
Glenn Close, Cindy Crawford, Sheryl Crow, Tyne Daly, Blythe Danner,
Kristin Davis, Ossie Davis, Dana Delany, Laura Dern, Ellen DeGeneres,
Fran Drescher, Kirsten Dunst, Hector Elizondo, Melissa Etheridge,
Morgan Fairchild, Edie Falco, Frances Fisher, Calista Flockhart,
Jane Fonda, Bonnie Franklin, Janeane Garofalo, Ana Gasteyer, Annabeth
Gish, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ed Harris, Marg Helgenberger, Helen Hunt,
Swoosie Kurtz, Christine Lahti, Sharon Lawrence, Amy Madigan,
Natalie Maines, Wendie Malick, Camryn Manheim, Frances McDormand,
Ewan McGregor, Sarah McLachlan, Demi Moore, Alanis Morissette,
Alyson Palmer, Mary-Louise Parker, Pink, Doris Roberts, Paul Rudd,
Kyra Sedgwick, Martin Sheen, Julia Stiles, Sharon Stone, Charlize
Theron, Uma Thurman, Heather Tom, Stanley Tucci, Ted Turner and
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Tuesday, April 27, 2004