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Sunday, May 13, 2012

There's No Rescission In Hollywood!

Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars came out on Thursday night for a fundraiser for Our Dear Leader. Hosted by the Numero Uno Hollywood Liberal George Clooney at his Los Angeles estate, more than 100 ass-kissing guests were on hand including Barbra Streisand and husband James Brolin, Robert Downey, Jr., Billy Crystal, Tobey Maguire, Jack Black and Clooney’s girlfriend, Stacy Kiebler.  
 I guess that my invitation must have gotten lost in the mail!
And of course the lavish event,  was catered by the ultra-liberal celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.  It was reportedly that the cost was $40,000 per person.  At $40,000 per person I would hope that they served something better than Dog!
And at $40,000 per person,sadly none of the Wall Street Occupiers showed up.

Note to Obama:  Dogs Are For Petting


  1. I often wish that I didn't know as much about these @$$#0!e$ as I do. While they are generally good at what they do, their abominable personal and political lives detract from their performance. As far as Clooney is concerned, I'll never pay a dime to watch any of his stuff. Oh and by the way the worst can of soup that I ever tried bore the lable WOLFGANG PUCK!

  2. Nor do I, that's the reason why I hardly ever go to the movies these days ....if ever at all..

  3. Yeah,

    The last time I can remember actually going to a theater was to see "Full Metal Jacket" around 1987 or 1988.