Thursday, August 26, 2004

THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS. Whenever a big campaign starts, the Democrats always accumulate show business people to help them. I think this shows a preference for style of substance. I think it also shows they think Americans are superficial and will care what an actor or musician thinks about the economy or national defense. I guess they think singing and analyzing world events are transferable skills. I think most Americans, excluding permanent Leftists, some kids, and celebrity worshippers think it is funny.

Evidently, shock rocker Alice Cooper agrees. He said, "If you are listening to a rock star in order to get your voting information on who to vote for, you are a bigger moron than they are. Why are we rock stars? Because we're morons."

Thanks to Mike for the quote.

I remember a good example. The Little Woman always thought Val Kilmer was very attractive. One night he was scheduled for the Late Show. She had to watch. Well, old Val came out and sat down. The poor fellow cannot even speak in complete sentences or follow a train of thought. He is so used to speaking from a script, a spontaneous conversation was just too taxing. The Little Woman was disappointed, and won’t watch Val in a movie any more.

Maybe Val will show up soon at a Democrat rally, just after Bruce Springsteen sings, and tell us who to conduct world affairs.

Hopefully, it will be from a script.
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