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April 19, 2007

Jon Voight on President Bush, Iraq, and Agenda-Driven Journalism

Well, it seems that not everyone in Hollywood is brain dead. This is a fascinating interview with Jon Voight on RadarOnline who, unlike other Tinseltown folks who might agree with him, is not afraid to speak his mind. Here's a preview:

Yes, I'm a supporter of the Patriot Act. I support protecting us and investigating anyone who indicates they're going to be dangerous to our country. It's one of those things; it depends on which side you're on politically. If we had these things in place we could have anticipated 9/11. We're not interested in investigating someone who's doing something appropriate. We don't have time for that. That's nonsense.

Fascinating stuff. Read it all. But don't expect him to be invited on Larry King or Real Time with Bill Maher to discuss his views anytime soon.

h/t: Michelle Malkin

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Posted by Pam Meister at 02:59 PM | Comments (3) | TrackBack (0) | Celebrity

THe evidence shows that we could have anticipated 9/11 as it stands, even without the patriot act, so his comment referencing that seems pointless.

Posted by: paul at April 19, 2007 03:54 PM

I once met Jon Voight back in my MUCH younger days at a picnic that was held the day after both Mr. Voight and Jane Fonda had won the Academy Award for "Coming Home". He was very pleasant, at that time a very good friend of Fonda, and quite SHORT. Who knew he'd get so smart later in life?

By the way - I have a framed picture of myself with the 2 of them. I put it out on a few occasions just to irritate my very conservative family! Make me chuckle.

Posted by: Gayle Miller at April 20, 2007 08:05 AM

I LOVE him in HEAT with Pacino and Deniro (I love that movie in general).

Smart and articulate. You notice the difference in how people in hollywood on the right can form cogent complete statements without emotionalism.

Posted by: aaron at April 20, 2007 11:11 AM

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