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Praising a Hollywood Liberal

Daniel30 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 8:01 AM
As one on the right, I only wish Republicans were as opposed to presidential power grabs when Republicans are in office as they are when Democrats are in office. For all too many politicians, political advantage seems far more important than any sort of constitutional limitations on presidential and federal government powers. The test of every politician's principles is to be found when their party is in power as opposed to when the opposition party has the big stick. It is so easy to stand on principle against the opposite party's offenses, and so rare for anyone to do so when their own party is offending.
annfan_777 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 8:42 AM
Oh please. The power grabs of this president dwarf anything any Republican ever thought about doing.
lladuke Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:45 AM
Yes that may be true--but why are the Republicans not doing more to stop his power grabs--give that some thought!!!!!!
8411c Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 8:20 AM
Obviously, you're still falling for the "political theater." Neither party has any objection to more power and control, Constitution and the People be damned. That's why the march toward the Progressive "Utopia" continues, no matter which party is in office.


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,”...