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Sheen Endorses Dean Martin Sheen, who pretends to be Josiah Bartlet, president of the United States, on NBC’s lib-fest “The West Wing,” gave his own endorsement, and seemingly that of his fictional character, to Vermont Democrat Howard Dean.

Dean recently took a visit to the “West Wing” set in D.C. He and his campaign staff are jazzed about the Sheen/Bartlet support, because Dean and the faux prez are former governors of a New England state, Democrats married to physicians, and far-left lovers of socialist ideas.

Sheen thinks Dean is “the best possible hope for the Democrats because he's not afraid to lose,” Glennis Liberty, the actor's publicist, told the Associated Press.

The Left Coast Report is still trying to figure out how a ranting lefty such as Martin Sheen can have a publicist named Liberty

Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2003 THE LEFT COAST REPORT A Political Look at Hollywood
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Handgun Control Inc. is spending about a half million dollars to air a new campaign commercial featuring Sheen talking about Republican George W. Bush's record on gun control.

"Should the next president be the candidate of the gun lobby?" Sheen asks, speaking to the camera with an American flag filling the background. "Should he have signed a bill that allows hidden handguns in churches, hospitals and amusement parks?" "That's Governor Bush's record," says Sheen

Martin Sheen in New Anti-Bush Ad
By Laura Meckler Associated Press Writer Thursday, Sept. 28, 2000; 6:15 p.m.

Actor Martin Sheen called Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush a "white-knuckle drunk" in a speech at a California treatment center Saturday.

A recovering substance abuser, Sheen expressed concern that Bush never received counseling after his 1976 arrest for drunken driving. "He's still in denial about it," said Sheen. "You have got to be in a program. I did not make up the rules about that."

Martin Sheen: Bush a 'drunk' VISTA DEL MAR, California -- Entertainment> Showbiz
November 13, 2000 Web posted at: 12:08 p.m. EST (1708 GMT)


"George W Bush is like a bad comic working the crowd, a moron, if you'll pardon the expression,"

On the United States
"Alcoholics Anonymous and jazz are the only original things of importance" it has exported to the rest of the world."

Tuesday, 13 February, 2001
BBC News

Sheen said he believed President Bush (news - web sites) and his administration "made up their minds a long time ago that they're going to have this war." Asked what he thought would motivate Bush to go to war if Iraq did not possess weapons of mass destruction, Sheen said, "I think he'd like to hand his father Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s head and win his approval for what happened after the 1991 Gulf War .

Hollywood Performers Oppose War with Iraq Wed Dec 11, 2:02 AM ET By Steve Gorman Back to: Inbox

FELDMAN: About a pre-emptive strike against Iraq. Suppose you are wrong. Suppose that is what's needed?

SHEEN: I don't understand how I would be wrong. Would there not be countless innocent civilians killed in Iraq with a pre-emptive strike? Do you discount that? Is that not right enough to speak at now? Inside Politics
Sheen speaks out against possible war
Tuesday, December 10, 2002 Posted: 10:09 PM EST (0309 GMT)

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