At his Big Hollywood blog, Andrew Breitbart wonders the same thing many of us have been over the last eight years. How is it they can ignore the deaths of thousands of Americans on 9/11 and twist things to demonize a President they personally hate?
Many of the celebrities that were central to demonizing and making life impossible for President Bush for eight loathsome years NOW want to help with the heavy lifting of bringing America back together under President Barack Obama.
Conspiracy theories of America's complicity in 9/11 dominated cocktail party discussions for eight tedious years. They couldn't simply disagree with Bush. They had to ascribe evil to his motivations and make sure the whole world agreed on that flawed premise.
Yet, hating the president doesn't mean one can't still help out the country in a great time of need. But many went to foreign countries and demeaned it instead. Called those that disagreed with them rubes and hicks. The elitism of the celebrities against flyover country America could not have been more pronounced. They made a boat-load of movies that affirmed this narrow and patronizing world view.
And now they want us back.
We're all Americans — NOW.
I sense the same general feeling among the libs I have good fortune to meet throughout my day; "You all are just pissed because your guy lost!"
No, this isn't us vs. them; it's not a team sport. Our team, our support, goes to the United States of America and what's best for her, not some political party. When the GOP is wrong, we call them to task; can the Hollywood elitist snobbery make the same clam?
No, and we'll soon see that as the Collective pushes the U.S. firmly toward the edge.
Ugh, I can't even type, just so disgusted with the hypocrisy from the cost of the Inauguration vs. the cost of the Bush Inauguration they complained so loudly about only four years ago.
January 20th, 2009 is IPod Day, starting at the 70s tunes and working my way up.