Wednesday, September 30, 2009

An important message from non-celebrities on ObamaCare

A response video to the "people who get paid to pretend to be people get paid to pretend to know something about a real political issue" video.


I wonder if there's a way we can try to keep these overpaid actors in the national light, and try to get them to comment further on things they don't understand. Hey, while we're at it, we can ask them how they feel about letting admitted child molesters go free. Whoops, sorry, I mean, just the ONE admitted child molester.

Keep talking, Hollywood.

Every uninformed sentence you utter from the pedestal you bought and erected yourself makes you less and less relevant to the people who are actually informed.


Anonymous said...

And that's only the one child molester that's captured the spotlight that we know about. . . .

B Woodman

BobG said...

"The United States has become a place where entertainers and professional athletes are mistaken for people of importance."
-Robert A. Heinlein