I know he's lied to himself for years to follow the Catholic Church (sorry, not a believer here). But he's really taken self-deception to a new level.
POLITICO reports that fat and tired says Barack is "very special."
What about the Libyan children that were killed? The children in Afghanistan, the children in Pakistan and the children in Iraq?
Just like he ignored the pedophilia in the Catholic Church, Martin ignores the assault on the children of the world by Barack Obama. Martin's a sad, sad man.
What a f**king moron.
So a bad film actor who didn't achieve anything of note (except excess during the filming of Coppola's masterpiece in spit of Sheen) and found a little fame on TV, at least briefly, now wants to play like he's a sainted voice?
No wonder Charlie Sheen was so screwed up. Poor guy. (I am speaking for me and only me. C.I. knows the Sheen family and my remarks are my own.)
"Is It Immoral to Vote for Obama?" (Mike Whitney, Information Clearing House):
Knowing what we know now, we can say with 100% certainty that Obama will continue killing people wherever he deploys the US military, the US intelligence services and US drones. How can anyone in good conscience sign on to that type of thing?
Now I know people will say,”If you don’t vote for Obama, you’re handing the White House and our children’s future over to crackpots and extremists”.
This is a very persuasive argument, but it’s also misleading. The real issue is whether one is willing to support the administration’s policies, policies that we all know will continue to kill defenseless women and children wherever the US is involved.
That's who 'humanitarian' Martin Sheen's praising and endorsing. Shame on Martin Sheen.
"TV: Charlie's Convicts" (Ava and C.I., The Third Estate Sunday Review):
The scripts failed in every way: by refusing to give the Angels interesting situations and, too often, embracing torture and the worst abuses. "Angel in Chains" was the title of the highest rated episode of the original Charlie's Angels. For some strange reason, the reboot decided to do its own "Angels in Chains" which, fittingly, lost even more viewers and led to the show's cancellation. In the original, Jill, Kelly and Sabrina have to go into a prison to rescue a woman, a US prison. The prison's a prostitute ring. In the reboot, they go to Cuba. And there's one slam at Fidel Castro (and his brother) after another leaving you to wonder if they dusted off a script from the Cold War era? When not attacking the Castros or the people of Cuba, the script concerned itself with gloating over how this or that person could be sent to Guantanamo where they would disappear forever. In the original, Farrah, Jaclyn and Kate have fun in the chase scenes. Chained together, Kelly wants to go one way, Sabrina the other and Jill, in the middle, warns them she's not a yo-yo. Escaping in an old truck that creaks along, they end up having to dump potatoes on the crooked cops pursuing them. There was no humor in the reboot though they seemed to think bad attempts at Dirty Harry one liners qualified as humor.
The set-up was wrong, the acting was flat, the scripts were awful. The only thing left that might have pulled in the audience was the fluff factor.
In the reboot, the three angels, eventually, were Kate (Annie Ilonzeh), Eve (Minka Kelly) and Rachael (Abby Sampson). For it to be fluff, they would have had to have been highly attractive and sexy. Kelley pulled that off all the time, Taylor was more often just highly attractive and Ilonzeh forever looked like she'd just been hired for the fourth hour of The Today Show on NBC.
She wasn't ugly, she was just plain. Not at all heavenly. In a lot of ways, that was the wardrobe. We have no idea why they dressed her in those awful, usually shapeless clothes. But we were even more confused when she'd be wearing a blue-green, shapeless shift without a bra and her erect nipples were clearly visible. Her hair was awful, dry little ringlets that needed to be shorter or longer to qualify as sexy but, as they were, telegraphed, "I want to play Suburban TV Mom." She also tended to carry herself like a man. We're especially referring to the way she sat, the way she spread her legs when sitting. It wasn't Sharon Stone tease, it was all bow-legged John Wayne -- although one friend who's got a hit on CBS liked to refer to Ilonzeh as "The new Nancy Walker."
That really does sum up the show. I watched once out of curiosity and was so disappointed. I was okay with it even being camp fun, like Pamela Anderson's V.I.P. a few years back. But it didn't even make it as camp.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):