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Praising a Hollywood Liberal

8411c Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 8:10 AM
If you really want to know what Cusack thinks, read this: http://truth-out.org/opinion/item/11264-john-cusack-and-jonathan-turley-on-obamas-constitution Actually, he sounds more like an American than a "liberal" or a "progressive" and I bet if I asked him he wouldn't like being labeled either. Labels are used merely to divide and conquer. Any label but American, that is. I think, too, that all of us need to start extending the same freedoms to those we disagree with that we ourselves claim as our natural rights. No one needs to agree with me on everything. But everyone needs to allow me the natural God-given right to see Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness my own way, as long as I'm not insisting you join me. What is freedom anyway?
lladuke Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:43 AM
Here here, I concur with you--WE ARE ALL AMERICANS--why do we keep letting ourselves be divided by opportunistic politicians who really do not care about the American people--I like John Cusack even if I disagree with him on many things--it is the public figures who spew hateful things about those who disagree with them that turn me off--THE WHOLE POINT OF AMERICA WAS FREEDOM--FREEDOM TO HOLD YOUR OWN OPINION AND MAKE YOUR OWN DESTINY!!!!!
Earl29 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 8:38 AM
Who disagrees with you about extending liberty to all? Who tries to stifle free speech? You must know it isn't conservatives.

It’s no surprise that many Hollywood actors and actresses are on the left side of the aisle. But what is a surprise -- and a nice one at that -- is to see some of them stand by their ideology even when many liberals on Capitol Hill will not. Last Wednesday, while many Democrats on Capitol Hill stood silent on a big civil liberties issue, one major celebrity went on twitter to chastise some of his ideological allies. On an issue that they are both passionate about, the liberal actor John Cusack -- the star of films like “Being John Malkovich,”...