View Full Version : Charlie Daniels...(semi-long)

03-17-2003, 06:43 PM
I guess everyone is tired of me posting stupid celebrity quotes (not that I care, but here it is) so here is a wise celebrity quote. For those with liberal "opinions" please read this and shine for all to see with your replies.

<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Charlie Daniels:</font><hr> Subject: SOME THOUGHTS FROM CHARLIE DANIELS
One Star Who Has it Right (Charlie Daniels)

An Open Letter To The Hollywood Bunch

Ok let's just say for a moment you bunch of pampered, overpaid, unrealistic
children had your way and the U.S.A. didn't go into Iraq.

Let's say that you really get your way and we destroy all our nuclear
weapons and stick daisies in our gun barrels and sit around with some white
wine and cheese and pat ourselves on the back, so proud of what we've done
for world peace.

Let's say that we cut the military budget to just enough to keep the
National Guard on hand to help out with floods and fires.

Let's say that we close down our military bases all over the world and bring
the troops home, increase our foreign aid and drop all the trade sanctions
against everybody.

I suppose that in your fantasy world this would create a utopian world where
everybody would live in peace. After all, the great monster, the United
States of America, the cause of all the world's trouble would have disbanded
it's horrible military and certainly all the other countries of the world
would follow suit.

After all, they only arm themselves to defend their countries from the mean
old U.S.A.

Why you bunch of pitiful, hypocritical, idiotic, spoiled mugwumps. get your
head out of the sand and smell the Trade Towers burning. Do you think that a
trip to Iraq by Sean Penn did anything but encourage a wanton murderer to
think that the people of the U.S.A. didn't have the nerve or the guts to
fight him?

Barbra Streisand's fanatical and hateful rankings about George Bush makes
about as much sense as Michael Jackson hanging a baby over a railing.

You people need to get out of Hollywood once in a while and get out into the
real world. You'd be surprised at the hostility you would find out here.
Stop in at a truck stop and tell an overworked, long distance truck driver
that you don't think Saddam Hussein is doing anything wrong.

Tell a farmer with a couple of sons in the military that you think the
United States has no right to defend itself.

Go down to Baxley, Georgia and hold an anti-war rally and see what the folks
down there think about you.

You people are some of the most disgusting examples of a waste of protoplasm
I've ever had the displeasure to hear about.

Sean Penn, you're a traitor to the United States of America. You gave aid
and comfort to the enemy. How many American lives will your little, "fact
finding trip" to Iraq cost? You encouraged Saddam to think that we didn't
have the stomach for war.

You people protect one of the most evil men on the face of this earth and
won't lift a finger to save the life of an unborn baby. Freedom of choice
you say?

Well I'm going to exercise some freedom of choice of my own. If I see any of
your names on a marquee, I'm going to boycott the movie. I will completely
stop going to movies if I have to. In most cases it certainly wouldn't be
much of a loss.

You scoff at our military who's boots you're not even worthy to shine. They
go to battle and risk their lives so ingrates like you can live in luxury.
The day of reckoning is coming when you will be faced with the undeniable
truth that the war against Saddam Hussein is the war on terrorism.

America is in imminent danger. You're either for her or against her. There
is no middle ground.

I think we all know where you stand.

What do you think?

God Bless America

Charlie Daniels
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03-17-2003, 07:34 PM
Amen to that. I didnt quite understand the Sean Penn part though /ccboard/images/graemlins/smile.gif

03-18-2003, 06:58 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Brent:</font><hr> Amen to that. I didnt quite understand the Sean Penn part though /ccboard/images/graemlins/smile.gif <hr /></blockquote>

Sean Penn went to Iraq a few weeks ago in a Jesse Jackson-esque fact finding trip. After a couple days he realized he was being used as a propaganda tool by Saddam so he scooted his pansy white-ass back to the good ole US of A.

03-18-2003, 07:49 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote James Woods:</font><hr> "Our business is notorious for being almost lunatic liberal," Woods told The New York Times in Sunday editions. "There's sort of a loony fringe that's way over the top and out of step with mainstream America."
<hr /></blockquote> Says enough for me. This quote was taken from the CNN.com website.


03-18-2003, 08:20 AM
I heard Woods on Hannity's radio show debating some goofball actor (can't recall his name-I think he's on CSI)

Woods absolutely tore that guy apart. I could picture the other guy with his fingers in his ears singing "la la la la..."

James Woods is a very, very smart guy.

03-19-2003, 02:44 AM
Anyone who plays the fiddle that well is surely an expert on foreign affairs whose sage counsel should be heeded. /ccboard/images/graemlins/confused.gif

03-19-2003, 08:10 AM
Funny you don't seem to have the same sarcasm for the actors with ivy league educations.

03-19-2003, 12:46 PM
Are you accusing me of regional prejudice, eg8r? /ccboard/images/graemlins/shocked.gif Foul, I cry.

I don't even know which celebrities are Ivy Leaguers except for Brook Shields who went to Princeton, but I haven't heard her pipe up on this issue yet; she's probably too busy with a photo shoot somewhere. Besides, I've never even seen her in a tweed jacket or deck shoes.

Actually, all celebrities make good cheerleaders. Politicians love to get their endorsements in election campaigns because most everybody likes TV, movie and music entertainers. But when it gets down to really understanding the issues, I'd rather not base my opinions on what I hear from the cheerleaders. I'd prefer to listen to those who are on TV on Sunday morning more than entertainment primetime. Those are the scouts, coaches, managers, and reporters. And it is necessary to know what those kind of people are saying in the opponents camp and around the whole league to get a well rounded picture and avoid home town fervor and bias. We play this game on a world stage, and even the best team in the league can't force all the other teams to capitulate without a struggle. I will admit that even the celebs that espouse ideas I agree with are better for getting out the message than making the decisions.

03-19-2003, 12:51 PM
Are you accusing me of regional prejudice, eg8r? Foul, I cry. <hr /></blockquote> LOL, no just having fun more than anything.

And it is necessary to know what those kind of people are saying in the opponents camp and around the whole league to get a well rounded picture and avoid home town fervor and bias. <hr /></blockquote> Agreed. However you must make sure you know who the team is prior to watching. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smile.gif