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Yes, Rush, because Obama being the 'male Kardashian' is MUCH worse than a candidate that dines under 'art' painted by HITLER at a crazy billionaires house. I'd MUCH rather the President gives 'celebrities' a voice than the money of cranky white men that can't get over Hoover.
To David - I tune in every now and yjen because of the saying, "Keep your friends close and your enemied closer". He's so luney, he just makes me laugh.
I definitely don't like Barack Obama's "Gay Marriage Rights" policy because my religion (Islam) teaches it is abominable. Equally, I find Mith Romney's key support base and promoters as class conscious,racially prejucial and money-minded bunch of wanna-be-leaders of a culturally, economically and socially complex society without a solid middle ground from which he (Mitt Romney) can operate/work fairly.Also I find his key ally, Donald Trump, as an arrogant self righteous individual with little respect for those in authority. I believe people like that are a liability to Mith in this campaign process. Wise people love and admire those, who in spite of their high achievements and privileged position remain humble and respectful often identifying with ordinary people, not being haughty to them.
This isn't American Idol, it shouldn't be about America voting for the most popular candidate. Using celebrities distracts from the political ideas that are being presented and people are contributing money to win a dinner with Sarah Jessica Parker, not because they truly support the Obama campaign.
Why do people put down celebrities. They are not all brainless. And the brainless Limbaugh forgets Reagan was an actor as was Nancy. Yet, the repubs think he was their greatest president. Celebrities are people too and have all the rights the rest of us have.
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