Thursday, September 22, 2016

Celebrity stuffed anti-Trump advertisement is your must see video of the day.

I don't know about you but when Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Widow, and President Bartlet all tell me to do something, I listen.


  1. Anonymous6:26 AM

    WOW!! Thank you for posting this - it moved me to tears. Hope it moves people to get out and vote.

    1. Anonymous6:34 AM

      Same here...tears in my eyes.

    2. Anonymous7:01 AM

      West Wing cast to campaign for Clinton in Ohio this weekend

    3. Anonymous8:30 AM

      People like you folks bring tears to my eyes, fully displaying how stupid this nation has become.

    4. I too teared up.

      It's a great ad!

    5. Anonymous9:29 AM

      8:30. No, your teary eyes are because your party delivered to you an overgrown orange toddler who uses his runny nose to style his hair and holds his breath until his face turns red when somebody in the sandbox is smarter than he is. You better buy some tissues 'cause your eyes are gonna be red - the debates are coming!

    6. Anonymous11:35 AM

      Who said anything about political parties or particular politicians, besides you 9:29?

  2. Anonymous7:05 AM

    I recognized most of the actors but not all. Nonetheless it's quite an ad.

  3. Anonymous7:08 AM

    Pretty important message in that vid, tho I'd feel better if I recognized more of the celebri-dems, but then I'm old.

    And I'd vote for fewer references to Mark Ruffalo's Little Marco. And by 'fewer references' I mean 'no references at all"

    1. Got a kick out of the humor they put in: Ruffalo's reaction was classic.

    2. Anonymous2:23 AM

      Oh, well. Just go look at the pictures of Ivanka humping her dad's leg and you'll feel a whole lot better. Promise.

  4. KanaW7:08 AM

    And Phil Coulson put the cap on it :D

  5. Anonymous7:10 AM

    I don't vote for a candidate because Chachi or Clooney or anyone else tells me to.
    I don't understand people who do.

    1. Anonymous7:20 AM

      Of course you do. They may not be celebrities but everyone votes based on what they "hear" from different people. And it may just be in print instead of an ad. Every bit of information you receive is communicated by someone else.

    2. Anonymous7:20 AM

      Agreed wholeheartedly. It just reinforces the perception that large portions of this nation don't have any desire to think for themselves. Just do what your fave actor on the idiot box tells you to do. Stay stupid America, that is where they like you. Oh, and don't forget to go and spend half your paycheck on a night at whatever they are calling movies these days.

    3. Anonymous9:31 AM

      Wow, 7:20. You sound like fun. Bitter much?

    4. Anonymous11:34 AM

      Perhaps *you* don't but *many* people do. I'll bet a large percentage of Trump supporters have no idea what his platform is or the significance of his scandals. They are Trump supporters because he's Trump. That simple.

    5. Anonymous11:59 AM

      You could certainly say that about both parties and their voters 11:34, you are obtuse if you don't realize that.

      For instance, do you think all those democrats getting their new shoes in Charlotte have any concept what Hillary's platform is?

    6. Anonymous6:22 PM

      Anonymous9:31 AM,

      Don't be idiotic. I was commenting on the holier than thou attitude of 7:10 am. To think that anyone makes a decision based solely on their own thinking, free of outside influence, is ludicrous.

    7. Anonymous1:46 PM

      Uhhhh, speaking for myself, I have never considered or been ind=fluenced by any outside influence ever when voting. Never. I think you are ludicrous 6:22.

  6. Anonymous7:16 AM



    Like some of you I was told Tom Hanks backs Trump. As much as I enjoy his movies, I swore to myself I will never watch another Tom Hanks movie!

    I was very disappointed in Tom Hanks until I did my own research

    Online reports that actor Tom Hanks said in a television interview that he backs Donald Trump for president are false.

    CLAIM: Tom Hanks said in a television interview that he backs Donald Trump for president.


    In the real world, Tom Hanks is a Hillary Clinton supporter and has actively campaigned on her behalf.

    1. Anonymous8:33 AM

      Why don't you separate your entertainment from your politics. It is ridiculous to get that involved in some actors political views. Even more ridiculous is that you apparently had a shining light moment to find out Hanks instead supports Hillary. Well thank god your day, and maybe year, hasn't been ruined over an actors political views lol.

    2. Anonymous9:07 AM

      I no more care about the political leanings of an actor than I do about the political leanings of my friends and acquaintances.

      I consider it personal and private, just like religion.

      There's a reason we go into a curtained booth to vote, because it's no one else's business.

    3. Anonymous6:06 PM

      I suspect that rumor was started by someone who isn't that familiar with Tom Hanks.

      If you look at that pro Trump commercial Gryphen posted, there is a guy that looks a little like Tom Hanks. I'm sure some mouth breathing knuckle dragger saw it and say "Dang, that's Forrest Gump!"

      Thus a rumor started that Hanks supports Trump.

      I'm sure Trump has some supporters. Jon Voight and probably NRA board president Tom Selleck. Maybe Kelsey Grammar. And of course Ted Nugent.

      I suspect most of them are keeping a low profile as it could hurt them professionally and thus financially. Since Trump supporters tend to be all about the money, it's understandable why they would want to insure nothing hurts their bottom lines, even if it means keeping their support of him under wraps.

    4. Anonymous2:27 AM

      I absolutely pay attention to celebrities and how they vote, who they support.
      It gives me a VOice.
      I will never ever support anything Gary Sinise does. I used to love his work. But, his politics ruin it for me. Not giving him my money by seeing any of his movies ever again.
      It is a small victory for me.
      If you can't understand that, honestly I couldn't give a shit!

  7. Anonymous7:17 AM


    "America's already great," the actor said

    Tom Hanks says Donald Trump will be president “when spaceships come down filled with dinosaurs in red capes.”

  8. Anonymous7:29 AM

    Show Me Your Papers

    Talking Points Memo:
    Former RNC Chair Michael Steele said Trump's focus on "nonsensical" issues like birtherism was "nothing more than bullshit racism — excuse my French

    "You cannot say to me that given the 400 plus years of this country, that at the very moment the country decides to elect the first Black man president of the United States, you going to ask for his papers? Seriously? Seriously?" said Steele. "I can go all day long about what's wrong with Syria and economic policy and foreign policy with this administration. But I'll be damned if I'm going to sit here and say 'You need to show me your papers first.' That's not how this works."

    1. Anonymous10:55 AM

      Did he tell any of his GOP employers that in 2008 or 2012?

    2. Anonymous6:09 PM

      I wonder if that is why they replaced him with Reince Priebus?

  9. Anonymous7:47 AM

    I think that there is a backlash now against Celebrity and their opinions so not sure how helpful ANYTHING can be to influence this election. I enjoyed it though.

    1. As you would know (if you were sincere) what influences this election is GOTV.

      Organize! Register! Phone bank! Vote!

      This ad is getting out the vote.

  10. Anonymous7:52 AM

    NAACP president: Trump's comments 'insulting'

    Trump demonstrates insulting ignorance

    On Tuesday, the Republican presidential nominee said African-American communities in the US are "absolutely in the worst shape that they've ever been in before."....

    Trump touts stop-and-frisk practice amid black outreach
    "Mr. Trump, for anyone to assert that the African-American community is in the worst shape ever, ever, ever, to say that, to assert that with a semi-straight face is to demonstrate an insulting degree of ignorance and/or insensitivity," Brooks told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on "The Situation Room."

    Brooks, who represents the nonpartisan NAACP, added, "We expect more from our presidential candidates."...

  11. Anonymous7:55 AM

    FUCK the little dick drumpf: THIS!

    1. Anonymous9:49 AM

      MORE, lots MORE:

  12. Anonymous8:03 AM

    Somebody is giving the Trump's a making over.

    The Trump boys with their former III Reich hairstyles used to looked like Nazi Gestapo Officers. They received a makeover.

    Donald Trump face used to look like a talking orange. Today on TV, somebody made him over. They took away Trump's orange spray paint. Now he looks washed out.

    Melania Trump? Where is she? Did she get a makeover to get rid of her squinting issues and her manly rock chin? We haven't seen her since around the time she gave the world audience her plagiarized speech.

    1. Anonymous9:01 AM

      Kellyanne Conway "sitting in" for Melabnorma? Strangest campaign ever.

      Is Kellyanne Conway running for the next shadow president elect? She is certainly "the mouth" and the person in charge of the orangutan and that makes things scarier, yet.

      However, she has shepherded many Republican candidates for office and all have failed so far except Pence, governor of Indiana, who was slated to lose that position this election cycle. Her list of past clients includes Cruz, Aiken, Gingrich, Kemp, Quayle, Thompson etc. so let's hope her luck remains at the same failure rate this go-round.

      She is writing those scripted pieces on the teleprompter - and probably is somewhat savvy with her law credentials, polling business and her little-known writing contributions that are depth absent. Scrutinize her and be aware.

      Something doesn't add up - Drumpf clan absent, Drumpf ratcheted down sometimes, Kellyanne is the spokesperson deflecting ALL questions making Drumpf just a figurehead, not in charge of anything and not answerable to any quizzing. Stinks to high heaven.

      Vote blue!

    2. Anonymous6:17 PM

      They are keeping the lid on Melania because she know she is a campaign negative and they need to keep her away from the press, in case her immigration status comes forward again.

  13. Anonymous8:09 AM


  14. Anonymous8:17 AM

    "What Trump has done is made it okay, even acceptable, to flaunt bigotry in public under the guise of not being politically correct. This is not the fault of the left. This is the fault of the bigots."

  15. Anonymous8:25 AM

    Lipstick on PIGS!

  16. Anonymous8:38 AM

    Not even slightly impressed. Celebrities? Come on, what intelligent person cares what some actor says about politics? They are right, of course, but why should their opinion matter more than anyone else's?

    1. Anonymous9:02 AM

      Both parties do it, as seen in the Trump ad posted here yesterday full of right-wing celebrities.

      A certain segment of the members of both political parties pay attention to pop culture so both sides are going to use their particular pop culture icons to broadcast their message.

      Not everyone watches TV or movies but ads featuring these people is a way for candidates to reach out to those who do.

    2. You didn't watch the ad, did you 8:38?

    3. Anonymous2:28 AM

      Many of them are wicked smart.

  17. Anonymous9:43 AM

    Anon 8:33: True about separating entertainment and politics. If we don't separate them, no one could go see movies like "Sully" starring Tom Hanks and directed by Clint Eastwood.

    1. Anonymous10:53 AM

      As a Hillary Clinton supporter and Tom Hanks fan, I'm delighted by his decision to support her and to be public about it. But I understand how some people feel. I'd never seek out a Jon Voigt film in part because of his politics.

    2. Anonymous2:31 AM

      Yes, I made an exception on Eastwood and went to see Sully. It was a very good movie. I think Clint overplayed the NTSB attitude hand a bit for effect. But still a story that needed to be told. People stood and clapped at the end the night I saw it.

  18. Anonymous10:52 AM

    How long til conservatives try to scramble together the "celebrities" (LOL!) who support Trump to make a video against Hillary?

    1. I'm sorry, they already did that just the other day.

      Unless you are one of those elitists who do not consider Sean Hannity, Ted Nugent, and a bunch of folks from reality hunting shows "celebrities."

    2. Anonymous6:37 PM

      Trump couldn't get Jon Voight, Clint Eastwood and Tom Selleck to make an ad for him? Maybe knowing Trump as well as they do, they demanded cash up front.

    3. Anonymous2:31 AM

      Jon Voight.
      Such a disappointment.

  19. Anonymous11:41 AM

    What I find interesting about this ad is that Robert Downy Jr. is a Republican. See

    1. Anonymous1:12 PM

      The last thing I remember seeing him in was "Less than Zero" back when he was a total drug addict pretty much living out his life on the big screen.

      I don't care if he's republican/democrat or whatever I am happy to see that he has beaten his demons and is back in the news and has done some more movies lately.

      Good job kid, I thought he probably OD'd 20 years ago.

    2. Anonymous7:16 PM

      If he is, he isn't the only Republican publicly coming out as voting for Hillary.

    3. Anonymous2:32 AM

      He is also a very smart man.
      So.......good for him.

  20. Anonymous4:39 PM

    There's a mini-West Wing reunion going on to help get out the vote for Hillary.

  21. Anita Winecooler6:22 PM

    I see nothing wrong with celebs using their fame to
    GOTV. Jullianne Moore played some ding bat from wasilla and seeing her speak up made my day. A lot of actors have hoooge followings, especially with the young, this ad, social media and interviews aimed at younger voters is something we all should be for.

  22. Anonymous2:21 AM

    I needed that!
    I LOVE that Julianne got to say "common sense" and "gun laws".
    Take that Sarah bitch!!

  23. Anonymous3:49 AM

    A bunch of rich dicks who think they can tell people whom they should vote for. Robert Downey Jr. is a crackhead who needs to shut his piehole.


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