Friday, May 30, 2008

Susan Sarandon Whines: "I'll run away from home"

Isn't it a little *early* for these leaving the country lies?

From The New York Post:
SUSAN SARANDON, who appeared in three films last year and won kudos for her TV movie "Bernard and Doris," is still not a contented soul. She says if John McCain gets elected, she will move to Italy or Canada. She adds, "It's a critical time, but I have faith in the American people."

You’ve had more than seven years to move to Italy or Canada, Susan, why the wait?

What’s more, considering the opposition a number of conservatives and Republicans have with Sen. McCain (on whether or not he’s conservative or Republican enough, as opposed to his tendency to work too much with Democrats and liberals) I would have thought she’d be more willing to “suffer” through four years of a McCain administration, or at least test the waters first.
OK, American people. You don't want Susan to move out of the country, so it's up to you to elect Barack Obama. What? You thought Susan of all people would be for Hillary Clinton? Well, no. She told John Hiscock: "I thought the whole point of feminism is that you're not supposed to be defined by gender. I don't understand the reasoning behind that, because I wouldn't vote for Condoleezza Rice, and I hated Margaret Thatcher."

Of course you simply wouldn't vote for Condoleezza. We could have *guessed* that you hate, HATE!, Margaret Thatcher.

This attitude tells me Susan Sarandon doesn’t want a united political landscape, she seethes with hate for the opposition, or she simply likes the attention.


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