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I Used To Like Robert Redford

Posted by bmac on October 24, 2007

God I’m sick of these fucking retard billionaire actors bitching. They don’t even understand what they’re bitching about. Here’s Robert Redford in an interview discussing his entry into the anti-war Oscar blitz.

“Our country has hit a point where we have lost so much,” he said. “We have lost lives, we’ve lost sacred freedoms, we’ve lost financial stability; we’ve lost our position of respect on the world stage.”

Exactly what sacred freedoms have we lost, you prick? I love when liberals try to say we’ve lost freedoms while pimping a movie that attacks the President, the military, and the country in general. Can you possibly be more of a fucking hypocrite you asshole?

Financial stability? Are you kidding me? How have you suffered financially there Mr. Sundance?

Respect on the world stage? Newsflash jackass, we haven’t been respected on the world stage since about 1945. Personally, I don’t give a fuck what some machiatto sipping, three hour lunch taking, Eurotrash idiot thinks about me or my country, while painting a pastel of their own demise.

I’m glad his piece of shit movie is gonna tank. Especially considering he had to pay Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep, whose salaries are more than some whole countries GDP.

Speaking of Cruise, he’s walking on eggshells with this movie. Here’s what that brainiac had to say:

Cruise, kept largely above the political fray, merely expressing hope that the talky multi-strand pic in which he plays a power-hungry Republican senator “will challenge and engage an audience, so that they can come out and have dialogue.”

Ughh. “Challenge and engage.” Typical idiot safe words. I’m challenged and engaged by “The Lord Of The Rings,” not some third graders vision of global politics. And the best part “So they can come out and have dialogue.” Dialogue. I’m so sick of that word. I think Tom envisions groups of people meeting after the movie for coffee, and dialoguing. Yeah Tom, that’s gonna happen, you couch jumping monkey.

Here it is if you want to read it.

11 Responses to “I Used To Like Robert Redford”

  1. Personally, I don’t give a fuck what some machiatto sipping, three hour lunch taking, Eurotrash idiot thinks about me or my country, while painting a pastel of their own demise.

    ZING! Outstanding.

  2. Enas Yorl said

    Stop beating around the bush. Tell us how you really feel about this.

  3. eddiebear said

    This is similar to the circle jerks that go on involving assclowns like Olbermann, Colbert, Stewart and Maher. They talk about speaking truth to power from the safety of a studio in NYC or LA, ignoring that the original truth to power terminology came from folks in Latin America, Eastern Europ and S. Africa in the 1970s and 1980s who were tortured and killed for speaking out against the dictatorships or Apartheid. When have Redford and the rest of these idiots actually ever be threatened by the governmnet for what they say?

  4. When have Redford and the rest of these idiots actually ever be threatened by the governmnet for what they say?

    It happened in several movies they were in…close enough.

  5. bmac said

    Yeah, they’re so brave in the face of……the press. It’s just beyond reason when Redford can stand there with a straight face and claim we’ve lost freedoms while pimping a movie he’s made that’s critical of his own government.
    This reminds me of Tom Morello from Rage Against The Machine, with a picture of Che Guevera on his amp, praising Castro, writing anti-American songs, and complaining about freedoms being compromised. But if he did the exact same thing in Cuba, wrote songs critical of Castro, he’d be dead or in jail. It’s laughable.

  6. Anonymous said

    you are an idiot.

  7. retro said

    Colbert for President! I love the guy and even though he’s wacky and wierd, he’d be better than any of the other candidates.

  8. […] Robert Redford was one of Hollywood’s great leading men. He made his directorial debut with Ordinary People, a movie about a well-to-do family trying to deal with life in the wake of the oldest son’s death. The movie was a financial and critical success, winning the Academy Awards for Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, and Supporting Actor. Mary Tyler Moore’s performance as the cold, facade-wearing mother gained particular attention as it was her first big departure from comedy. […]

  9. Τζίνα said

    What is all this anger about? You really are exploding into a delirium of hate and words, I wonder why Robert Redfords declarations have made you soooooooooo mad. You do seem to have some issues my friend, and if you really wouldn’t give a fuck about the europeans, you wouldn’t be talking so offensively about them. Oh, and I’m sure that you and your countrypeople drink coffee as well, I mean I’d be really surprised if exclusively the “eurotrash idiots” would be sipping it.

  10. richard said

    Robert Redford is a piece of shit. PERIOD.

  11. Linda said

    You lost me at the word “liberal”.

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