George Clooney Arrested in Sudanese Protest

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George Clooney was arrested this morning outside the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, D.C.

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    George Clooney acts so much like he cares so much about the black people of Sudan.What about the black people of Chicago? Or is it all a big show?


    George Clooney acts so much like he cares so much about the black people of Sudan.What about the black people of Chicago? Or is it all a big show


    Right on Nick and George!!
    If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything.It takes
    people of courage to utilize their fame in order to draw attention to a noble cause. Nick and George can very well afford a Nice, cushy life, but instead they are (also) using their celebrity to help others without a voice. When protestors feel that they are supporting a humanitarian effort, they risk getting arrested and end up going right back out into the streets to protest because they have strong feelings in their beliefs. I salute The Clooneys, The Don Cheadle, Susan Sarandon, and other stars including Matt Damon who choose to bring attention to others without a voice. BRAVO!!


    Correction: I meant mysterious girl, not Chely


    @ Ronnie I agree with you! Many celebs think the rules aren't meant for them! Too many folks try to reason a blameless life. How futile not to mention, short-sighted!

    @ Chely Clooney crossed police lines illegally. That's the reason he was taken in. He knew better. I suspect he and his cronies did it as a publicity stunt. Guess it worked. After all, the story's here on THG. He was still legitimately charged though.


    It seems so familiar. Jane Fonda Vietnam activist and many others have come before George Clooney. It is publicity stunts fabricated by the management companies of the celebrities. It is an attempt to convince or create the impression that they have a conscience and are socially responsible, and not above the law. They always target the very far away destinations. Lets give George Clooney the benefit of the doubt, maybe he is sincere?


    No mystery girl- Not even a celeb can do what ever he wants. The world is full of people that don't do anything wrong- wouldn't you say.


    @katy am sayin he has all the right to protest. he can do whatever he wants why the hell was he arrested he didnt do anythin wrong


    @Big Daddy But don't you know? Liberals make up the rules as they go--and that's okay. It's conservatives that have to tow the line!

    @ mysterious girl Say whhhaaaaaat?!? You lost me!


    Fair enough, George, but I thought liberals opposed military action on foreign soil?

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