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Hollywood's finest support our President and troops!
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Posted on 04/08/2003 1:54:19 AM PDT by Stuckathome

Celebrity Inspirations ~ These guys and gals we are NOT boycotting!!

Keep the faith!

Dennis Miller

“Of course we have to profile people. We live in some weird time now where we’re all trying to convince each other that we shouldn’t profile people. When 19 out of 20 people are from a certain country, and they blow up the two biggest buildings in your country, if you don’t start looking at people who are visiting here from that country, you’re not being open-minded. You’re being dead. Okay?”

“We have got to get it together and understand that this country, people say it’s not the American way to infringe on civil liberties. Well it’s not the American way to rollover for punks either. We’re got to start kicking ass on these people because they don’t care about us. They live for one reason and one reason alone and that is to kill you and I. There’s no half way in the al Qaeda. There’s no al-Kindas, okay. These people just care about our demise.”

“And you know something, the American Civil Liberties Union, when they come out and say you never profile anybody who gets on an airplane. I say we create a new airline, called the ACLA, the American Civil Liberties Airline where you don’t check anybody, you don’t ask any questions, and let those morons fly on that one, okay? The rest of us want to be protected.”

“Guantanamo Bay, are these people being treated fairly? Let’s be serious folks. Guantanamo Bay is about as far as our Western sensibilities will allow us to descend as far as putting a prison together. No, you know, it’s no joy ride, but, you know, that being said, if you put the Guantanamo Bay terrorist prison outside of Kabul it would be their Epcot.”

"I don't think he's a great man but how many great men come along in life? Great men are defined by the circumstances they're presented and I think he's doing a nice job. So you know the difference between Clinton and Bush to me is that Bush somehow has managed to turn off the 'wocka-wocka' ‘70s porno guitar of the Clinton administration. You know? Clinton looked presidential but he acted like a kid. Bush looks like a kid but so far he acts presidential and I like that about him. And I like the fact that he's hired- [interrupted again by applause] "-says he's gonna spend $13 billion on education, God knows we need it. If you think about it only one of the three 'r's actually starts with 'r.' 

On Sean Penn: “I think that once it’s about to hit the fan, if you wanted to decry your leadership, you’re more than welcomed to do so in the local town square. I would stay out of the country that you’re about to business with.”

On France:  “You’d better gas up the dinghy and go fishing with Fredo, because you are dead to me.” — Dennis Miller, on the Tonight Show.

Miller was on fire tonight. He said: “If you’re at a peace march, and the guy next to you has a sign saying ‘Bush is Hitler,’ stop the peace stuff for a second and beat his ass.”

And he sent this message to Dubya: “If you’re watching, I think you’re doing a hell of a job. I’m proud you’re my president. …I think there are a lot more people out here on your side than you may think.”

"I would call the French scum bags, but that would be a disservice to bags filled with scum."

“Clinton’s the sort of guy who’ll always volunteer to help you move, then when you’ve got four of ya picking up the sofa, he’s the one who’ll fake lifting.”

James Woods

“Simple logic tells you that if somebody wants you dead you have one course of action: To get them deader sooner.” He approvingly proposed that “if this had happened to the Russians, about three major cities in the Middle East would have been parking lots in twenty minutes."

"Now, of course, I think the President is doing an extraordinary job. It’s a good thing I’m not President because I would have just [motioned hand to press a button launching missiles] launched. Okay, I’m sorry, I just would have. But our President and I just, I love George Bush right now and I always have. I’m the only guy in LA who voted for him [audience applauded]. And I have to tell you the way he’s handling it is very deliberate, very careful and so on and doing the right thing."

"If they harbor terrorists, we should wipe them off the face of the Earth. Eventually, one of these terrorist diaper-heads is going to come around and do something more horrible."

 William Morris Agency
address: One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212, USA
(head your fax/email For The Attention Of James Woods's Agent
phone: 310-859-4000
fax: 310-859-4462


Bruce Willis

The Die Hard star believes A-list stars such as Sean Penn, George Clooney and Martin Sheen, who plays a US president in political drama The West Wing, are reluctant to speak out in favour of military action.

Bruce Willis, star of the Die Hard trilogy among other top box office features, phoned the White House to offer his services in the War Against Terror and Saddam Hussein. Sadly he was told that the cut-off for enlisting for active duty is 34 years of age.

President Bush told Bruce to find a more peaceful way to serve his country. Taking the President's words to heart Willis has involved himself with the "National Foster Care" program.  Even though Bruce won't be able to join others on the front lines he will continue to support the President, White House, and those who are fighting in this just cause.

 William Morris Agency
address: One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212, USA
(head your fax/email For The Attention Of Bruce Willis's agent)
phone: 310-859-4000
fax: 310-859-4462


3 Doors Down

"Not all rockers are anti-war morons. 3 Doors Down did a tour of the carriers and bases in the Gulf last October. They filmed on the tour with lots of shots of the troops aircraft and ships...their video of "when I'm Gone" is very cool.

Click here to play the video (note:streaming video requires a media player)

Visit the 3DD website for their photo gallery of the tour and send a message to the troops.






Kid Rock

At a pre-Grammy party, Kid Rock answered a reporter's question about the War in Iraq, and made it clear that he isn't part of the music industry's anti-war faction. "Why is everybody trying to stop the war? George Bush ain't been saying, 'You all, make sh*#%y records.' Politicians and music don't mix. It's like whiskey and wine. We ought to stay out of it."

Kid knows he's no policy wonk or geo-political strategist, but couldn't resist adding, "We got to kill that mother-f@cker Saddam," he says. "Slit his throat. Kill him and the guy in North Korea."





Fred Thompson

"Thank goodness we have a president with the courage to protect our country," Thompson says in a 30-second TV commercial he filmed supporting President Bush's Iraqi policy. He said the ad may begin airing Monday in Washington, D.C., and New York.

Thompson, who retired from the Senate in 2002 and returned to his previous career as an actor, plays a district attorney on NBC's drama "Law & Order."

Friends and supporters paid for the commercial, Thompson said.

The former member of the Senate Intelligence Committee said he's been increasingly concerned about threats to national security.

"I think the president is pursuing the right policy. ... It's something I feel rather strongly about and it seems like so much publicity, so many ads, are being taken out attacking the president, attacking the policy," he said.




Charlie Daniels

An Open Letter to the Hollywood Bunch

Ok let’s just say for a moment you bunch of pampered, overpaid, 
unrealistic children had your way and the U.S.A. didn’t go into Iraq.

Let’s say that you really get your way and we destroy all our nuclear 
weapons and stick daisies in our gun barrels and sit around with some 
white wine and cheese and pat ourselves on the back, so proud of what 
we’ve done for world peace.......

Bringing it all back home

It seems every which way we turn these days we’re catching it from 
somebody. Even our neighbors to the north in Canada have been pretty 
vocal in their criticism of our policies, with one of their diplomats 
calling our president a not so nice name.

Germany, France and Belgium have refused to back an invasion of Iraq.
It seems that America is not wanted in many parts of the world and I 
have a proposal.

Let’s rescind the NAFTA Treaty. We’re the short end of the stick there 
anyway. What do we need with NAFTA anyway?

Let’s boycott Perrier water and French wine and discourage Americans 
from spending their hard earned dollars vacationing in a country which 
would be speaking German if not for the U.S. military.

See, the devil went into Hollywood...looking for a soul to steal - - Check out Charlie's website HERE

Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw's song, entitled Mr. President states:
Hey  Mr. President
Our kids in the middle east
I guess you gotta fight sometimes 
To find a way to keep the peace.
Danny Aiello               
Buzz Aldrin
Kim Alexis
Neil Armstrong
Denise Austin 
Alan Autry 
Frankie Avalon
Bob Backlund
"Sir" Charles Barkley
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter 
Orson Bean 
Catherine Bell
Belamy Brothers
Tom Beringer
Jan Berry of "Jan and Dean" 
Clint Black
Lisa Hartman Black
Pat Boone
Ernest Borgnine
Bruce Boxleitner 
George Brett 
Jack Buck 
Jim Bunning 
Delta Burke
James Burrows
Kobe Bryant
Kirk Cameron 
Drew Carey 
Dixie Carter
Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey of "KC and the Sunshine Band"
Chubby Checker
Tom Clancy 
Dick Clark
Mary Higgins Clark
Van Cliburn
Harry Connick Jr 
Robert Conrad
Charlie Daniels
Tony Danza
Doris Day
Bo Derek
C.C. Deville 
Mike Ditka
Shannon Doherty
Jerry Doyle 
Fred Dryer 
Leslie Easterbrook 
Clint Eastwood
Buddy Ebsen
John Elway
Chad Everett
Chris Evert
Jamie Farr
Brett Favre 
Ric Flair
Glenn Ford 
Haden Fry 
John Gavin 
Crystal Gayle
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Joe Gibbs
Mel Gibson
Clarence Gilyard
Rev. Billy Graham 
Kelsey Grammar 
Fred Grandy 
Merle Haggard
George Hamilton
Jim Harbaugh
Paul Harvey
Patricia Heaton 
Charlton Heston
Catherine Hicks
Hal Holbrook 
Bob Hope
Dennis Hopper
Susan Howard 
Lee Iacocca
Kathy Ireland
Dale Jarrett 
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Jimmy Johnson 
Christine Jones
Dean Jones
Shirley Jones
Jeff Kent 
Bobby Knight
Yaphet Kotto
Steve Largent 
John Larroquette 
Tommy Lasorda
Jerry "The King" Lawler
Al Leiter
Mario Lemieux
Meat Loaf
Anne Lockhart
Heather Locklear
Mike Love
Susan Lucci
David Lynch 
Loretta Lynn
James MacArthur
Norm MacDonald 
Karl "The Mailman" Malone
Barbara Mandrell
Louise Mandrell
Jackie Mason 
Johnny Mathis
Charles McCord
Reba McEntire 
Bernard McGuirk 
Linda McMahon
Gerald McRaney 
Al Michaels 
John Milius
Dennis Miller
Lorrie Morgan
Julianne Morris
Wendy Moten
Jim Nabors 
Wayne Newton
Chuck Norris
Ted Nugent 
Gary Numan 
The Oak Ridge Boys 
Mike Oldfield
Gary Oldman 
Tom Osborne
Ken Osmond
Marie Osmond 
Fess Parker 
Jameson Parker 
Joe Paterno 
Joe Pesci 
Richard Petty 
Regis Philbin
Mike Piazza
John Popper
Laura Prepon 
Jason Priestly
Kurt Russell
Nolan Ryan
Pat Sajak
Pete Sampras
Rick Schroeder
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Jon Secada 
Tom Selleck
Paul Shanklin 
Ron Silver
Ricky Skaggs
Paul Sorvino
Robert Stack
Nancy Stafford
Ben Stein
George Steinbrenner 
Shirley Temple-Black 
Dave Thomas (SCTV)
Fred Thompson
Dean Torrance of "Jan and Dean"
Joe Torres 
Travis Tritt
Janine Turner
Val Venis 
Jimmy (J.J.) Walker 
Darrell Waltrip 
Patrick Wayne
Ann Wedgeworth 
Lisa Whelchel
Reggie White
Hank Williams Jr. 
Martha Williamson
Noble Willingham
Bruce Willis
Tiger Woods 
BeBe Wynans 
CeCe Wynans 
Steve Young
ZZ Top

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After hearing one annoying celebrity after another complaining about the war and the President, it's refreshing to finally see the other side of Hollywood. Let's not forget these people who are supporting our troops and President!!!
1 posted on 04/08/2003 1:54:19 AM PDT by Stuckathome
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To: Stuckathome
A couple more who surprised me recently were

"The people that are making those decision are far more informed than I am. I think that they -- [and] this may be perceived by some as blind faith -- are right, and I believe in our system, I believe in our president, and I believe in our government, and I think if there's some f---ing psycho out there arming and getting ready and absolutely flat-out breaking his word he's given to the rest of the world, not just the United States, but the rest of the world, the rest of the world doesn't have the ...b---, well, I'm just an actor. I believe in our country."

Rob Lowe, Sheen’s former co-star on “The West Wing,” told Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends" on Monday that Americans should support our armed forces, and that the best way to do that is to support our commander in chief.

2 posted on 04/08/2003 2:14:47 AM PDT by Hugin
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To: Stuckathome
3 posted on 04/08/2003 2:23:22 AM PDT by freedom9
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To: Stuckathome
FOX News reported some of the Hollywood folks rallying for the Troops !
Good news out of Hollyweird for a change! :O)
4 posted on 04/08/2003 2:49:34 AM PDT by MeekOneGOP (Bu-bye Saddam! / Check out my Freeper site !:
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To: Stuckathome
Very surprising, and nice to know!
5 posted on 04/08/2003 2:55:29 AM PDT by TAIPAN22001 (n)
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To: Hugin
well, I'm just an actor. I believe in our country."

wow! even "Joey" gets it. (HowYOUdoon?) :)

6 posted on 04/08/2003 3:14:11 AM PDT by TxBec (Tag! You're it!)
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To: Hugin
John Popper is on the list?? Isn't he the guy from Blues Traveler? I'm pleasantly surprised. Thought he'd be out leading "a revolt."
7 posted on 04/08/2003 3:21:54 AM PDT by TxBec (Tag! You're it!)
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To: Stuckathome; Hugin; TAIPAN22001; TxBec; TechJunkYard; Joy Angela; dorben; Calvin Locke; TLBSHOW; ...

8 posted on 04/08/2003 3:39:05 AM PDT by Future Useless Eater (Freedom_Loving_Engineer)
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9 posted on 04/08/2003 3:40:14 AM PDT by .45MAN (If you don't like it here try and find a better country, Please!!)
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To: Stuckathome
Thank you for pointing out the Hollywood good guys. I must admit I'm surprised by some of the names...pleasantly.
10 posted on 04/08/2003 3:48:05 AM PDT by Martus
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To: Stuckathome
Good post, but "Hey Mr. President" is sung by the Warren Brothers, not Tim McGraw. Good song.
11 posted on 04/08/2003 4:01:12 AM PDT by RabidBartender (Hi!)
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To: Stuckathome
Wow, seeing Jamie Farr's name on this list, I wonder what his old co-star Mike Farrell would say. : )
12 posted on 04/08/2003 4:06:46 AM PDT by YourAdHere (All we are saying is giving war a chance)
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To: Stuckathome
Bump for some entertainers who aren't peace creeps.
13 posted on 04/08/2003 4:10:42 AM PDT by Poser
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To: TxBec
Yeah, Popper once described himself during an interview as a "pro-choice Republican." He's also VERY big on 2nd ammendment rights and onws many firearms. Cheers.
14 posted on 04/08/2003 4:27:06 AM PDT by drew
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To: Stuckathome
ZZ Top.

Thank you, Lord!

= D
15 posted on 04/08/2003 4:31:25 AM PDT by Mr. Thorne (Inter armes, silent leges)
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To: Stuckathome
there are some good guys left BUMP
16 posted on 04/08/2003 5:09:26 AM PDT by the crow
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To: Mr. Thorne
ZZ Top.

Thank you, Lord!

feel the same, mow I'll have no problem spending ticket money when they and Ted Nugent visit the Virginia Beach Amphtheature in June!!
17 posted on 04/08/2003 5:19:58 AM PDT by Bottom_Gun (Crush depth dummy)
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To: Stuckathome; .45MAN
Thank-you for posting this. After completely boycotting Hollywierd since the 2000 election, it's nice to know there are folks out there that I will now actively support.
18 posted on 04/08/2003 5:30:06 AM PDT by dansangel (America - love it, support it, or LEAVE IT!)
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To: dansangel
Arnie and Tiger's on there!!!
19 posted on 04/08/2003 6:40:28 AM PDT by Big Bad Bob (Saddam Hussain...You are the Weakest Link...GOODBYE!!!)
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To: Stuckathome
You forgot another Osbourne- Ozzy. He's in total support of GWB.
20 posted on 04/08/2003 6:45:26 AM PDT by rintense (The tyrant will soon be gone... or extremely dead.)
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