Running list of actors and celebs who are dead to us for supporting antigay causes and candidates
We need to start keeping track of them, so their careers suffer. They are fre to speak out. However, the Constitution guarantees freedom of government limits on speech, it says nothing about guaranteed lack of consequences from the general public, especially if you make your living from being in he public eye.
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|by Anonymous||reply 63||10/26/2012|
Kelsey Grammer, just for being a Republican
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And we are entitled to keep track of those opinions, so piss off, r3.
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Donnie and Marie Osmund
Kenney Chesney, Reba MdEntire, Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, Earl Scruggs, John Rich (Big & Rich), Randy Travis, Sugarland, Tobey Keith, Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, Martina McBride, Alabama, Cowboy Troy, LeAnn Rymes, Hank Williams, Alan Jackson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Carrie Underwood, Lee Ann Womack, Lorreta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Naomi Judd, Travis Tritt...... just read the link, too many Country Music types to list.
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I thought Taylor Swift was fucking a Kennedy, but, then, Ah-nuld did and remained a republican.
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Did you forget about me so soon?
|by Anonymous||reply 11||10/12/2012|
r9 I seem to remember reading that Reba MdEntire has actually made some very progay comments.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||10/12/2012|
Carrie Underwood came out in support of gay marriage earlier this year, r9.
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[quote] You want their careers to suffer? You are one sick-ass bastard!
They want to limit our rights and relegate us to second-class citizen status. get lost phobe
|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/12/2012|
Don't support artists who hate us! Not sure why this is a difficult concept for some of you.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||10/12/2012|
R6? They're in a business with a high # of gay people. I guess you're OK with their votes making sure those gays suffer... period.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||10/12/2012|
She has r12, and actions speak louder than words. She is a staunch Republican who supports a party out to destroy gays any way they can. That voids anything pro-gay she's said, same with Carrie Underwood if she's really a Republican too. Deal with it Country music apologists, it's never going to be "pro-gay" to be a Republican.
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To republicans keeping their money trumps all else
|by Anonymous||reply 19||10/12/2012|
1) I'm not a "Country music apologist". Reba is the only country artist that I like.
2) Who really knows how they vote in privacy?
3) How many country stars have actually supported gay rights/anything gay publicly except for Reba and Carrie?
|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/12/2012|
[quote] Who really knows how they vote in privacy?
Who knows and who cares. One vote has a miniscule influence compared to being a celebrity who publicly supports the Republican party. You actually expect anyone to think it's ok for Reba to be a vocal Repug supporter as long as she might vote Dem in private? Ridiculous.
[quote] How many country stars have actually supported gay rights/anything gay publicly except for Reba and Carrie?
There's been quite a few more. At least half of them are the tiny amount of Democrats in Country music, people like Willie Nelson. The rest are Republican hypocrites like Reba who just want to suck up to the gay audience to increase record sales.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||10/12/2012|
Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks are also pro-gay.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||10/12/2012|
The Republican party prior to 1960 was a very different party - it has gone off in a uber rightwing direction since then. Rock Hudson was a republican.
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Marie Osmond has a lesbian daughter and has voiced support so often that the church told her to stop.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/13/2012|
[quote]We need to start keeping track of them, so their careers suffer.
Not really. The ones who decide to go public with alleged "Republican" views are invariably has-beens seeking to boost their now-failed careers.
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Carrie Underwood's husband needs a good fucking
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/13/2012|
Blacks voted Republican.
All this is reflected in what we recognize as the base states for both parties. They essentially switched sides in ideology.
Big problem with the Democrats -- they sold out in their own way; deeming it necessary in order to compete. (That was clear right around 1980.)
|by Anonymous||reply 29||10/13/2012|
[quote]Blacks voted Republican.
Um, yeah, back when Republicans weren't all racist shills! It was Dixiecrat white *Democrats* who opposed most of the '60s-era civil rights changes in the South, which at the time was still a Democratic stronghold. Consequently, literally EVERYONE in the South (and Texas) flipped sides and became Republican after it became clear the national Democratic party wasn't going to continue to put up with that kind of bullshit.
[quote]Big problem with the Democrats -- they sold out in their own way; deeming it necessary in order to compete.
Are you RETARDED? The Democrats are *still* the big-tent party. It's the *Republicans* who sold out and reduced their party base to conservative white Southerners.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||10/13/2012|
Sorry to alert op who is coming off as a dastardly troll. What do they call those that are activists via internet? Oh yeah, slacktivists.
Don't you worry your pretty head, your list of people aren't important. Nobody worth anything would look up to them as leaders, so they don't count.
Entertain us. Talking to you op.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||10/13/2012|
"Who really knows how they vote in privacy?"
When there's a public record of how much money they give to Republicans, anti-gay/female /immigrant/ etc. causes, then it's pretty easy to figure out how they vote in private. Or have you forgotten about all those MOrmons caught with their magic underwear down after Prop. 8?
I'm noticing how many hasbeens have been announcing they're for Romney. Which means a slice of Koch Bros. superpac funds are set aside to pay d-list celebs for endorsements. Hence the Scott Baio, Lindsay Lohan, .et. al. promotion of Mittens.
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The list of conservative actors is just depressing.Shawnee Smith???I thought she was supposed to be some cool indie chick.
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Donating money to a Politician counts as a vote for that Politician.
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Dean Cain -- Claims to be supportive of gays but consistently endorses and donates to anti-gay Republicans like Rick Perry.
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I believe Faith Hill and Tim McGraw are HUUGE Democrats.
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Apparently we can now add Lindsay Lohan to the pro-Romney camp. Though in this case she's doing us a favor - her endorsement will doubtless send some undecideds fleeing to the Dems.
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Half of the names in this thread are bullshit. This is why anyone who gets his "information" from DL is a moron.
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the black ones:
Shyne, Nicki Minaj, Stacey Dash, Wyclef Jean, Don King
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Yaphet Kotto? NOOOOOOOO! :(
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Latino celebrities that are republican:
Gloria Estefan, Andy Garcia, Erik Estrada, Raquel Welch, Freddie Prinze Jr, Jon Secada, Jose Feliciano, Eduardo Verestegui (gay as well), Concheta Alonso
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Nicki Minaj already tweeted that she was being sarcastic with that Romney endorsement.
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First Jenna Jamison and now Lindsay Lohan that Romney is really bringing in the influential endorsements Huh?
|by Anonymous||reply 46||10/13/2012|
"gay lifestyle" ? 1978 called and asked you to hang up on it.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||10/13/2012|
r47, it was probably a frau who didn't know to say "orientation" instead, but she was spot-on with her point.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||10/13/2012|
As per North America, anyone who raises money for Evangelical Christian Organizations, is automatically assumed to be a danger.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||10/14/2012|
Why don't you keep track of the closeted ones? They do just as much damage.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||10/14/2012|
Don't forget to not watch the premiere of Scott Baio's new sitcom "See Dad Run", premiering tonight on Nick at Nite.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||10/14/2012|
That no-talent Fifty Cents singer.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||10/26/2012|
Patricia Heaton was quite vocal in her support of Gay Marriage and her opposition to prop 8.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||10/26/2012|
Patty Heaton, that rancid cunt, does not support gay marriage, in spite of what her freeper frau fans might claim.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||10/26/2012|
Well, Meatloaf has endorsed Romney. I was very curious who would get the prized Meatloaf endorsement.
This list of celebrities is very easy to shun.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||10/26/2012|
Except she herself has said she supports gay marriage, despite what idiots like r61 say. I, for one, am not going to shit on anyone who supports our rights.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||10/26/2012|
Wrong R59, she does support gay marriage, but she is pro life and anti-stem cells. She's also pro- contraception. A simple google search will bear this out.
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