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Why are most Celebrities Democrats?

CFlyJuice 2012/06/10 14:38:44
Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
Celebrities are Democrats because they are REALLY smart.
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While everyone knows Hollywood stars and in general, most celebrities are Democrats, does anyone know why?

This might shed some light on the subject when you compare the Celebrities that are Democrats and the Celebrities that are Republicans.


These Celebrities are Democrats:
Woopie Goldberg
(High School Drop-Out)

Christina Aguilera
(High School Drop-Out)
Christina Applegate
(High School Drop-Out)
Kevin Bacon
(High School Drop-Out)
Roseanne Barr
(High School Drop-Out)
Mary J. Blige
(High School Drop-Out)
Pierce Brosnan
(High School Drop-Out)
Jim Carrey
(High School Drop-Out)
Cher
(High School Drop-Out)
Elvis Costello
(High School Drop-Out)
Russell Crowe
(High School Drop-Out)
Robert De Niro
(High School Drop-Out)
Johnny Depp
(High School Drop-Out)
Rupert Everett
(High School Drop-Out)
Natalie Imbruglia
(High School Drop-Out)
Iman
(High School Drop-Out)
Catherine Zeta-Jones
(High School Drop-Out)
Jude Law
(High School Drop-Out)
Jennifer Jason Leigh
(High School Drop-Out)
Courtney Love
(High School Drop-Out)
Demi Moore
(High School Drop-Out)
Mackenzie Phillips
(High School Drop-Out)
Joaquin Phoenix
(High School Drop-Out)
Keanu Reeves
(High School Drop-Out)
Charlie Sheen
(High School Drop-Out)
Uma Thurman
(High School Drop-Out)
John Travolta
(High School Drop-Out)
Steven Tyler
(High School Drop-Out)
Estella Warren
(High School Drop-Out)
Neil Young
(High School Drop-Out)


Here are some Celebrities that are Republicans:
Robert Davi

(Graduated from Hofstra University)
Jim Caviezel

(Graduated from the University of Washington)
Dean Cain

(Graduated from Princeton)
Brooke Shields

(Graduated from Princeton)
James Caan

(Graduated from Hofstra University)
Julie Bowen

(Graduated from Brown University)
Tom Selleck

(Graduated from U.S.C.)
Jeff Foxworthy

(Graduated from Georgia Tech)
Andy Garcia

(Graduated from Florida International University)
The Rock Johnson

(Graduated from University of Miami)
Dennis Miller

(Graduated from Point Park University)
Craig T. Nelson

(Graduated from Central Washington University)
Writer Tom Clancy

(Graduated from Loyola College)
Jerry Bruckheimer

(Graduated from Arizona)
James Woods

(Studied for three years at M.I.T.(!) )
Jon Voight

(Graduated from Catholic University of D.C.)
Rip Torn

(Graduated Texas A&M;)
Sylvester Stallone
(Graduated from Miami Dade College)
Kevin Sorbo

(Graduated from University of Minnesota)
Robert Duvall

(Graduated from Principia College)
Patricia Heaton
(B.A. The Ohio State University)
Sela Ward
(Graduated from the University of Alabama)
Ron Silver

(Graduated from St. Johns with a Masters Degree)

For the life of me, I can't tell why some Celebrities become Democrats and some others become Republicans.

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  • CFlyJuice 2012/06/10 14:45:32
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    CFlyJuice
    +10
    I'm gonna take a shot in the dark here...
    but I think if you are educated, you are a Republican and if you drop out of High School, you believe the drivel coming from the Democratic Party.
    democrat drivel

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  • Brian Elliott 2013/12/31 17:21:33 (edited)
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    Brian Elliott
    +3
    Come on people! What is the purpose of owning a business???? To make money. How do you make money in Hollywood. To appease to a broad class of people. To have empathy towards all people!!!! Because conservatives dont which is false. You would think Al Sharpton is as left as it gets. Guess how much he is worth. Millions and millions. ITS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY.
  • FeedFwd ~POTL 2012/07/17 16:15:53
    Undecided
    FeedFwd ~POTL
    +1
    Probably for the same reason many of them are gay... It's a right brain/left brain thing. ;)
  • burningsnowman 2012/06/28 10:37:56
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    burningsnowman
    +1
    Elvis Costello isn't an american. Fail.
  • CFlyJuice burning... 2012/06/28 11:55:48
    CFlyJuice
    +1
    OOPS...



    BFD.



    Let's change his status to "Liberal" instead of "Democrat".





    The rest on the list suck like you... all uneducated but think they know something about politics and the way the economy works.



    EPIC FAIL.

    loser
  • Scott 2012/06/19 09:00:04
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are REALLY smart.
    Scott
    +1
    They are democrats because they make enough money to not be greedy, aren't invested in the corporate machine, and because to be a celebrity it usually means you have to be a fairly nice person and most Republicans are sort of dicks.
  • CFlyJuice Scott 2012/06/20 17:05:13
    CFlyJuice
    Who did "nice" Alec Baldwin beat up this week?
  • Juan Iota 2012/06/19 08:12:23
    Undecided
    Juan Iota
    +1
    Thats a complete myth. It's thought to be the case because most (not all) Democrats (and many Republicans too!) in Hollywood are self aggrandizing louthmouths, but few reach the level of idiocy as Bill Maher He and Mel Gibson should fight it out to see who's the biggest idiot.
    :)
  • chaoskitty123 2012/06/11 04:55:26
    Undecided
    chaoskitty123
    +4
    Most celebrities are under fire to be involved with community and social issues as part of their status in society. Much like the wealthy elite who held social status, celebrities do this to make themselves look like they are part of a social structure we would expect them to be part of.

    Most aren't leftwing but portray themselves this way. How can you tell? Simply look at them when they get caught in scandals or things like not paying their taxes when they condemn everyone else for not paying their taxes.

    Look at Michael Moore, mr big wig liberal whose personal fortune is over $70 million now yet, all he ever does is demand the government get involved to help people. He went on a campaign a few years ago fighting to get the US government to buy water purification equipment that was relatively cheap... but those greedy sum bitches in Washington DC and the political right wouldn't pay for them. they cost a couple of thousand apiece but when he was asked if he had purchased any of the units, he said no because it wasn't his place to do what the government should be doing.

    In other words, he's doing exactly what he accused the wealthy fat cats he's always attacking... passing the buck to have others pay the cost while they themselves won't spend a dime of their personal fortun...



    Most celebrities are under fire to be involved with community and social issues as part of their status in society. Much like the wealthy elite who held social status, celebrities do this to make themselves look like they are part of a social structure we would expect them to be part of.

    Most aren't leftwing but portray themselves this way. How can you tell? Simply look at them when they get caught in scandals or things like not paying their taxes when they condemn everyone else for not paying their taxes.

    Look at Michael Moore, mr big wig liberal whose personal fortune is over $70 million now yet, all he ever does is demand the government get involved to help people. He went on a campaign a few years ago fighting to get the US government to buy water purification equipment that was relatively cheap... but those greedy sum bitches in Washington DC and the political right wouldn't pay for them. they cost a couple of thousand apiece but when he was asked if he had purchased any of the units, he said no because it wasn't his place to do what the government should be doing.

    In other words, he's doing exactly what he accused the wealthy fat cats he's always attacking... passing the buck to have others pay the cost while they themselves won't spend a dime of their personal fortunes to help anyone unless there's something financial to be gained by doing it.

    People like Michael Moore make me sick. The man is extremely wealthy but wants me and you to pay for what he wants so he can claim he's Mr Caring when he could have bought enough water purification units to help all those people in South America for less than a million dollars of his own wealth... what a bloody hypocrite as while he's wasting his time trying to get you and me to pay for this... he could have already done it himself and helped tens of thousands of people who need clean drinking water.

    Many celebrities are like that which is why they get involved in these social movements but give almost nothing to the cause beyond their presence.
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  • Juan Iota chaoski... 2012/11/04 13:33:18
    Juan Iota
    Well said, good post.
  • Ol'Dave 2012/06/11 02:27:55
    Undecided
    Ol'Dave
    +2
    Celebrities are mostly Democrats because THEY ARE PEOPLE that can be DECEIVED and usually just try to 'follow the herd' (like-over a cliff!)
  • Roger 2012/06/10 22:05:05
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    Roger
    They get caught in the hype, think they are special, and let's not forget... They work in a union. Many lived on government money before they made thier own through the National Endowment for the Arts. From welfare to riches.
  • Bob S 2012/06/10 20:46:23 (edited)
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    Bob S
    +3
    Sean Penn, Roseanne Barr (green now) George Clooney and so many more that have no idea how much Obama is taking them for MONEY after he so often critized them as most hypocrites will do for being in the 1%er group. It appears that the above list is uneducated vs brains and it quite evident where the dems really are.
  • Waldorf 2012/06/10 18:39:08
    Undecided
    Waldorf
    +1
    Because they work for Jews (true) and know what's good for them.
  • jackolantyrn356 2012/06/10 18:29:21
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    jackolantyrn356
    +4
    Mostly they want to be kings and queens and Primces of the realm called Communism
  • Mtnsmith 2012/06/10 17:59:00
    Undecided
    Mtnsmith
    +7
    Celebrities are very wealthy and very insulated from the real world.

    As Winston Churchill said, if you're not a liberal at 20 you have no heart, and if you're not a conservative at 40 you have no brains.

    Liberals tend to place huge value on what they 'feel', like children do. Adults are able to separate feelings from facts, and act accordingly.
  • Don 2012/06/10 17:40:08
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    Don
    +8
    They are the center of the cult of personalities.
    With liberals it's all about how you feel or how something makes you feel and not about what is logical.
    Democraps and hollywood elitists are made for each other.
  • Maddog Don 2012/06/10 19:25:34
    Maddog
    +4
    Excellent analysis!
  • DM Twin 2012/06/10 17:13:14
  • Juan Iota DM Twin 2012/06/19 08:17:34
    Juan Iota
    +3
    Where is TEAM AMERICA when you need them!!
  • snafu2 2012/06/10 16:54:49
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    snafu2
    +4
    Probabaly because the entertainment industry is run by commies and persons of deviant behaviour now. They're afraid of being blacklisted. Just like they were in the 50's. Only it's reversed now. Joe Macarthy knew what he was talking about back then. Very Sad for our country when these "high school dropouts" help a president who wants to fundamentally change america into socialism. There "high school dropout mentallity" really shows when they talk politics. Thanks CFly Juice for this informative post. I now have more names to add to my NO WATCH, NO SUPPORT List and my WATCH, SUPPORT List.
  • lcky9 2012/06/10 16:40:10
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    lcky9
    +5
    All packaging no gift.. translation ALL LOOKS NO BRAINS..
  • Lee The Hybrid Snowflake 2012/06/10 16:39:40
    Undecided
    Lee The Hybrid Snowflake
    +1
    Thats very interesting!
  • Steverno~POTL~PWCM~JLA 2012/06/10 16:03:09
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    Steverno~POTL~PWCM~JLA
    +7
    My guess is celebrities are liberals because it's easier to say you're liberal.In order to please the other liberals that make the decisions on who gets the movie and TV roles.Too many of the top "power players" in Hollywood are hard-core liberals.And they use their positions to punish or reward those acting roles. To those who are on the proper side,or not, on the various issues!
  • D Hanes 2012/06/10 15:43:11
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    D Hanes
    +7
    Actors like make believe.. they live in a world of pretend.. the Democrats fill that void for them too. all pretence, no ral substance!
  • Racefish 2012/06/10 15:32:37
    Undecided
    Racefish
    +8
    I think it comes down to the fact they feel guilty. They really don't do anything that requires hard physical labor, they parrot other people's creative effort, and the make insanely huge amounts of money. That works on their conscience to make them think they don't deserve what they have.
    I will give them credit for giving a lot to charities, but many of these charities are nothing but huge rip-offs.
    This indicates they are mostly immature people who have never had any real responsibility since they have an agent to handle their business and puiblic lives and appearances. All they have to do is stand there and look pretty.
  • CFlyJuice Racefish 2012/06/10 16:20:07
    CFlyJuice
    +4
    I agree with you that they feel guilty... but I also there is a good percentage that do that charity work for publicity and also more guilt.



    I was raised in LA and I can write a book on liberal dolts in the Entertainment Industry.

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  • Racefish CFlyJuice 2012/06/11 17:13:02
    Racefish
    +2
    I can't disagree at all about the publicity aspect. That one I'd completely forgotten about.
  • john Kills 2012/06/10 15:26:28
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are idiots.
    john Kills
    +7
    We're talking about a group of people who make their living creating a make believe world.
  • American☆Atheist 2012/06/10 15:25:03 (edited)
    Celebrities are Democrats because they are REALLY smart.
    American☆Atheist
    +2
    They tend to be educated.

    Also, nice job cherry picking the ones who went to college for repubes and the democrat dropouts.
  • D Hanes America... 2012/06/10 15:45:14
    D Hanes
    +3
    Educated? In what.. they all studied acting or dancing in college.. they sure have no knowledge of political science. Give me a break!
  • America... D Hanes 2012/06/10 15:49:14
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    I thought you righties hate colleges.
  • D Hanes America... 2012/06/13 14:27:27
    D Hanes
    +2
    Guess you thought wrong.. who told you that?
  • America... D Hanes 2012/06/13 15:56:09
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    You righties
  • CFlyJuice America... 2012/06/13 16:11:50 (edited)
    CFlyJuice
    +2
    "Well, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so.": Ronald Reagan
    The Trouble With Our Liberal Friends
  • America... CFlyJuice 2012/06/13 16:25:50
    American☆Atheist
    Thanks for proving my point, you posted the poster boy for the right-wing.
  • CFlyJuice America... 2012/06/14 06:45:38
    CFlyJuice
    +2
    I posted a President who, AT THIS POINT IN HIS FIRST TERM was creating 500,000 PLUS JOBS A MONTH WITH A GDP between 6% and 8%.

    reality slap
  • America... CFlyJuice 2012/07/12 08:54:33
    American☆Atheist
    He was the worst president after bush jr.
  • CFlyJuice America... 2012/07/14 23:10:21
  • America... CFlyJuice 2012/07/16 14:14:30
    American☆Atheist
    First of all, the GOP like jobs not to be created so Obama looks bad.

    I don't care how many jobs Reagan created for Asia.
  • CFlyJuice America... 2012/07/17 16:11:06
    CFlyJuice
    +2
    Unfortunately for tools like you... FACTS MATTER. The HOUSE HAS PASSED OVER 30 JOBS BILLS KILLED IN THE DEMOCRATICALLY CONTROLLED SENATE:



    Review of Federal Regulations

    H.Res. 72 - Passed by the House (391-28) on February 11, 2011





    Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act

    H.R. 872 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Energy Tax Prevention Act

    H.R. 910 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Disapproval of FCC's Net Neutrality Regulations

    H.J.Res. 37 - Senate has blocked a companion measure by a vote of 46-52





    Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act

    H.R. 2018 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Consumer Financial Protection & Soundness Improvement Act

    H.R. 1315 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act

    H.R. 2587 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on The Nation

    H.R. 2401 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act

    H.R. 2681 - Senate has taken no action to date





    EPA Regulatory Relief Act

    H.R. 2250 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act

    H.R. 2273 - Senate has taken no action to date





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    Unfortunately for tools like you... FACTS MATTER. The HOUSE HAS PASSED OVER 30 JOBS BILLS KILLED IN THE DEMOCRATICALLY CONTROLLED SENATE:



    Review of Federal Regulations

    H.Res. 72 - Passed by the House (391-28) on February 11, 2011





    Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act

    H.R. 872 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Energy Tax Prevention Act

    H.R. 910 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Disapproval of FCC's Net Neutrality Regulations

    H.J.Res. 37 - Senate has blocked a companion measure by a vote of 46-52





    Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act

    H.R. 2018 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Consumer Financial Protection & Soundness Improvement Act

    H.R. 1315 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act

    H.R. 2587 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on The Nation

    H.R. 2401 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act

    H.R. 2681 - Senate has taken no action to date





    EPA Regulatory Relief Act

    H.R. 2250 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act

    H.R. 2273 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act

    H.R. 3094 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Regulatory Accountability Act

    H.R. 3010 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act

    H.R. 527 - Senate has taken no action to date





    REINS Act

    H.R. 10 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Farm Dust Regulation Prevention Act

    H.R. 1633 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley Water Reliability Act

    H.R. 1837 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Land in Accomack County, Virginia

    H.R. 2087 - Senate has taken no action to date









    Fix The Tax Code To Help Job Creators

    America’s tax code has grown too complicated and cumbersome. We need a tax code that is flatter, fairer, and simpler to ensure that everyone pays their fair share, lessen the burden on families, generate economic expansion, and create jobs by making America more competitive.



    Small Business Tax Cut Act

    H.R. 9 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Small Business Paperwork Mandate Elimination Act

    H.R. 4 - Signed into law by the President on April 14, 2011





    3% Withholding Rule Repeal

    H.R. 674 - Signed into law by the President on November 21, 2011





    Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012

    H.R. 3630 - Signed into law by the President on February 22, 2012









    Increase Competitiveness for U.S. Manufacturers

    The more that American businesses export, the more they produce. The more businesses produce, the more workers they need. This means job creation. Expanding market access for U.S. made products will be a shot in the arm for businesses small and large and will create jobs.



    U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation Act

    H.R. 3078 - Signed by the President on October 21, 2011





    U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation Act

    H.R. 3079 - Signed by the President on October 21, 2011





    U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act

    H.R. 3080 - Signed by the President on October 21, 2011





    Southeast Arizona Resource Utilization & Conservation Act

    H.R. 1904 - Senate has taken no action to date





    FAA Transportation Modernization & Safety Improvement Act

    H.R. 658 - Signed by the President on February 14, 2012





    Apply Countervailing Duty to Nonmarket Economy Countries

    H.R. 4105 - Signed into law by the President on March 13, 2012









    Encourage Entrepreneurship and Growth

    America has historically been on the cutting edge of innovation and technological development, but we are increasingly falling behind our global competitors. We must make it easier for existing businesses to grow and allow more start-up companies to flourish.



    The America Invents Act

    H.R. 1249 - Signed into law by the President on September 16, 2011





    Veterans Opportunity to Work Act

    H.R. 2433 - Signed into law by the President on November 21, 2011





    Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act

    H.R. 3606 - Signed into law by the President on March 3, 2012.





    Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act

    H.R. 3012 - Senate has taken no action to date









    Maximize Domestic Energy Production

    The energy sector is crucial to our economic growth, and high energy costs have a major impact on job creation. We need policies that allow us to harness our abundant supply of natural resources in America, develop new sources of energy, and create jobs here at home.



    Restarting American Offshore Leasing Now Act

    H.R. 1230 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act

    H.R. 1229 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Reversing President Obama’s Offshore Moratorium Act

    H.R. 1231 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Jobs and Energy Permitting Act of 2011

    H.R. 2021 - Senate has taken no action to date





    North American-Made Energy Security Act

    H.R. 1938 - Senate has taken no action to date





    Protecting Next Generation Energy Security (PIONEERS) Act

    H.R. 3408 - Passed by the House (237-187) on February 16, 2012





    Hydropower Development and Rural Jobs Act

    H.R. 2842 - Senate has taken no action to date









    Pay Down America's Unsustainable Debt Burden

    The federal government is spending and borrowing so much that the United States will soon go broke. Washington’s spending binge has put our nation in debt, eroded economic confidence, and caused massive uncertainty for private sector job creators. It's time to live within our means.



    Budget for Fiscal Year 2012

    H.Con.Res. 34 - Senate has not yet considered a budget of its own





    Cut, Cap, and Balance

    H.R. 2560 - Senator Reid tabled the bill by a vote of 51–46.



    THE HOUSE BILLS GET KILLED BY DIRTY HARRY REID:

    harry reid scum





    THE DEMOCRAT CONTROLLED SENATE (FOR THE PAST 5+ YEARS) HASN'T EVEN PROPOSED OR PASSED A BUDGET FOR OVER 1,100 DAYS!
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