Hollywood hates Republicans? Shocking.

With a few notable exceptions – a very few – most members of the Hollywood entertainer crowd are liberals, if not outright leftists and communists (see Penn, Sean). Some of them spouted off about Gov. Mitt Romney’s selection of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as his running mate in the 2012 presidential election.

Here’s what the collectivist Hollyweird brain trust has to say:

Ironically, Michael Ian Black tweeted something that is actually sort of awesome about Romney-Ryan 2012.

Jared Leto – whose biggest claim to fame was being engaged to Cameron Diaz for two years without being able to close the deal – is a typical, politically astute singer-turned-actor. He’s apparently in some band we’ve never heard of before. Which is appropriate, because we’ve never heard of him, either.

Apparently Eva Longoria, best known for being portraying a tramp on the anti-family ABC network sideshow Desperate Housewives, supports homosexuality. Yawn.

Whoops! Russell Simmons mistakes Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for Lyndon B. Johnson, a corrupt democrat President whose legacy is the utter destruction of black families in America, courtesy of The Great Society, an unsustainable transfer of wealth dwarfed only by ObamaCare.

Actress Olivia Wilde was born Olivia Jane Cockburn, and changed her name for obvious reasons. We’ve never heard of her before writing this post, but she’s already been married twice.

And of course, the dependably idiotic Michael Moore, famous and wealthy for producing propaganda films and hating capitalism. Also, he retweets intellectual giant Keith Olbermann:

We don’t recommend that you follow any of these people on Twitter. But it is amusing to watch them as they do their best to help re-elect President Barack Hussein Obama.

Sarah Palin: ‘Everything I said about then-candidate Obama still stands’

According to this post on GretaWire, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin won’t be speaking at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Fox News host Greta van Susteren quotes Palin, “This year is a good opportunity for other voices to speak at the convention and I’m excited to hear them..”

Palin’s comments, as reported by van Susteren:

Everything I said at the 2008 convention about then-candidate Obama still stands today, and in fact the predictions made about the very unqualified and inexperienced Community Organizer’s plans to “fundamentally transform” our country are unfortunately coming true. This year is a good opportunity for other voices to speak at the convention and I’m excited to hear them.

As I’ve repeatedly said, I support Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in their efforts to replace President Obama at the ballot box, and I intend to focus on grassroots efforts to rally Independents and the GOP base to elect Senate and House members so a wise Congress is ready to work with our new President to get our country back on the right path. This is imperative.

As President Clinton said in 2008 while candidate Obama and lapdogs in the media were thrashing his wife’s record and reputation, this is “…the biggest fairy tale.” For the sake of America’s solvency and sovereignty we must close this nonsensical book in November.

Palin has long promised to work on behalf of Constitutional conservative candidates throughout the United States, helping to elect many to the US House and Senate. May she succeed in every way.

2012: Obama has convinced us

Originally posted 12 April 2012. Updated 17 August 2012. 

We are not members of the Republican Party – local, state, or national (although we have been, in the past). Nor do we financially support the various national Republican organizations. We decided long ago to support only individual candidates, since the national organizations have a disappointing habit of supporting liberal candidates.

In 2008, we cast our ballot for Sarah Palin, despite the fact that John McCain was the Presidential candidate. Since then, we have consistently said we would never again vote for a liberal GOP candidate like McCain.

But the longer we watch the Marxist reign of Barack Hussein Obama, the more we realize that the 2012 Presidential election may be unique. We are beginning to believe that the next national election will decide whether or not the United States of America remains a constitutional, representative Republic.

We do not want our America to melt into the murky darkness, as so many declining nation-states have done, and are doing. We’d prefer to see elected officials who are citizen-servants, rather than elitist political-class rulers. We’d rather see a limited Federal government, as our Founders envisioned – and thought they codified. We’d like to see many Federal departments, offices, agencies and programs curtailed or abolished. We’d rejoice over a balanced Federal budget, reduced national debt, and relaxed government regulation. Obama and his minions hold the polar opposite view.

During a rigorous Republican Presidential primary campaign, we supported Constitutional conservatives. We politely and respectfully pointed out the policy deficiencies of liberal Republicans (sometimes referred to as “RINOs” – Republican In Name Only). And we will always deride the progressive, anti-American policies of the Obama Regime and other domestic enemies.

We fully realize that Mitt Romney is not a “severe conservative,” or anything close to that laughable self-description. Mitt Romney was not our first choice. Our our second. Or third.

But in November 2012, we will vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, because we are convinced that this nation cannot survive a second Obama term, and no other non-Obama candidate has a chance of defeating him.