18 February 2006

Baldwin: "Cheney is a terrorist"

The empty and ignorant in HollyWeird are at it again. This time it's Alex Baldwin and Richard Dreyfus who are espousing policital rhetoric as if their political views are relevant. Baldwin's rant at the Huffington Post must have been ignited by the Cheney hunting accident.

The unhinged-Left will find any minor excuse to throw accusations and mud around. If Cheney had a hang-nail, they'd find some excuse to make a scene. They'd probably evoke some conspiracy theory around Halliburton or Merck. I can see it now - "Cheney Uses HangNail To Line Pockets With Drug Company Buddies"


Cheney is a terrorist. He terrorizes our enemies abroad and innocent citizens here at home indiscriminately. Who ever thought Harry Whittington would be the answer to America's prayers. Finally, someone who might get that lying, thieving Cheney into a courtroom to answer some direct questions.~Huffington Post


Next for M. Unhinged Deux:

"There are causes worth fighting for even if you know that you will lose," Dreyfuss said during a speech at the National Press Club. "Unless you are willing to accept torture as part of a normal American political lexicon, unless you are willing to accept that leaving the Geneva Convention is fine and dandy, if you accept the expansion of wiretapping as business as usual, the only way to express this now is to embrace the difficult and perhaps embarrassing process of impeachment."

Since when is torture part of a normal American political lexicon? I'm sure our guys do some torture - so what? If that is what it takes to get information about terrorist operations around the world then so be it. And wiretapping? Are they kidding? Yes -Yes -Yes...wiretap until the cows come home. Who cares. If they listen to my phone a few times a year - I wouldn't care. Do people have an expectation of privacy these days? Yes but in this Post 9/11 world, there is a decidedly different vapor in the air than there was on 9/10. Cameras are everywhere. The average person gets on a video 75 times per day. I'd expect more aggressive surveillance from our authorities.

And the Geneva Convention is for regular military troops - those who wear a uniform and know how to parade march. Not for these Islamofacist cowards who cover their face and lope through the streets of Fallujah wearing a burkah.

Dreyfuss is a quisling. He wants to criticize the government and, indirectly take the side of the terrorists. In that vein then he thinks that he and his colleagues will be immune from getting their heads whacked off by some extremists. Where was Dreyfuss's outrage when beheading videos started being cranked out by Al-jazeera? Not a peep.

Nevertheless, Dreyfuss charged that "people can sometimes be pretty thoughtless, pretty terrified and do some pretty impressive damage" when they are wrong or "are the victims of political hypnosis."
In the past, "time and distance played an amazing part in keeping the human race from killing itself," the actor noted. The need for revenge after an attack "inevitably weakened because it took a lot of time to get men into ships and move them to the right battlefield. Only those truly staunch of heart and truly zealous could keep up that hatred.
"But now, people in Kansas see the [Twin] Towers fall at the exact instant as people in Nigeria or Cairo," he said. "Instantaneous knowledge leads to instantaneous reaction, which creates a demand for an instantaneous, reflexive response." ~Dreyfuss

These guys sit in their gated Brentwood Estates, sipping a $200 Chardonnay and pontificate about the current administration. Talk about elitist! These guys define the word. Elitism hangs like a malodorous pall over their lectures and musings. They give lip service to patriotism because they know - they KNOW - that what they're saying goes against everything that this country stands for.

Baldwin and Dreyfuss choose to use their platforms to criticize and divide our country. They do not support the Troops overseas, they do not support our Mission and they pounce on the President like hyenas at any opportunity.

Sad, pathetic and shallow - thy name is Actor.

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