This video pretty much epitomizes the average Obama supporter. I've never seen a dumber pair of Hollywood ding dongs. God Ashton's mom looks like she's drunk.
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If these are the typical supporters of Obama, God help us all. This is some really scary stuff.Obama inspires Ashton and Demi 7:19
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher talk about why they felt they needed to be in Washington for Barack Obama's inauguration.
Both look like they are on something. Uh, um, uh.... DUH.. doh...
You can thank ACORN for probably more voter fraud than at any time in US history. I'm pretty sure that the FBI investigations into ACORN's illegal activities in 14 states will be dropped.
Did you read the stimulus bill? I have a copy of the Senate bill. It looks like ACORN can tap into up to $5 billion in funds in the Community Development section.
It is a good thing that Obama represents honesty and integrity in politics.
BTW, I could not stand watching more than half of the video. Those two are far dumber than most of the Hollywood crowd. I can't believe that Bruce Willis was paired up with her at one time.
Yes, saw that back on Feb 4th... in the original bill:
"ACORN will be Rewarded with the Economic Stimulus Package
Despite being under investigation in numerous states, ACORN is about to be rewarded for its years of service to the Democratic Party in the economic stimulus package that the Democrats are trying to hastily put through on Capitol Hill.
Under the heading of “Neighborhood stabilization projects” $4.9 billion dollars will be available to ACORN and other associated organizations to be used in their ongoing efforts, such as continued “questionable” voter registration projects. Rep. John Boehner issued a list of at least 20 items that are wrong and/or impractical in the Democrats’ economic stimulus package."
Interesting how the stock market reacts to just positive earnings from retailers like Wal-Mart and others. Its down near 300 points. Why? Things are rebounding, retailers are on the upswing, yet we are still gonna have this spending bill signed. Something tells me Wall Street is not looking for a spending package to save the day.
Did anyone in Washington ever stop to think about whether they should, instead of preaching what will happen if they don't?