Thursday, February 02, 2006

    I Know Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie

    You might find it surprising that someone from little ole Eugene, Oregon would know such razzle-dazzle movies celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, but I do.

    I don't think much of Brad Pitt as an actor but I do find Angelina entertaining in most of what she has starred in. Both were mentioned in this past Sundays Parade Magazine - you know, that insert in your Sunday paper?

    There is a question and answer section at the beginning of the magazine, and the question was:
    Q. Why do stars like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie adopt foreign kids when many are waiting here?

    -John Cranston, Everett, Wash
    The answer, in part, was:
    A. In Hollywood, it's fashionable to adopt infants from the Third World. "Also, many believe there's less red tape outside the U.S. Often, it's worse," explains actor Henry Winkler. He works with the Children's Action Network, which says 119,000 foster-care kids in the U.S. are eligible for adoption. (Visit for details.)
    Left out was the boring part of the answer telling about their expectant child - like really, do I care? Ah - but JustaDog, you said you know both of these over paid celebrities.

    Yes, I do. I know their type. I know they are liberals that crave the spot light, and will do nothing without a camera present. Like the article said, it's a trendy thing to adapt some child from a third world country - and ain't that the truth about people like these two! Token care, token help - using innocent children as some publicity stunt. Yep - they fit right into the mindset of the United Nations. Just last month the paid a humanitarian tour to Haiti - cameras rolling.

    You know the type - like Liberal Congress woman Lynn Woolsey from California. You know liberal Woolsey knew that giving Sheehan a ticket to the State of the Union address would cause a media scene. That's one way these liberals try and motivate - by using the media - and since the media is predominately liberal it's pretty much an open-and-shut deal. To me the State of the Union is an event where respect is the word of the day - no matter who is President.

    The Constitutional requirement is for the President to address Congress - not the public. Perhaps only Congress people and a couple of cameras should be admitted in the future so that liberals don't try and set up such a formal occasion as some political platform. Shame on you Woolsey - no respect for the office, no respect for our country.

    So yes, I know the types of people Pitt and Jolie are. I know the mindset of liberals - why they do what they do, when they choose to do something, how they undermine our country. And, I shall not stop exposing them!

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