Typical Hollywood: "[Barack Obama is] doing a pretty remarkable job. ... The guy is just so articulate and he is so well versed in something that is so new to him and I think he has a good team around him. It sounds cliché, but he makes me feel proud to be an American." --actress Mandy Moore ++ "[Obama] is thoughtful and considerate and he gets all the information before he speaks which I think is a wonderful quality for the ruler of the free world to have." --actress Debra Messing **Uh, "ruler of the free world"?
Look who's talking: "You know, the last eight years I was the loyal opposition and now there's another loyal opposition. The only problem I really have is the spreading of hate by right wing, you know, super right -- the spreading of hate, I don't get it. I don't understand it." --Lynda Carter, a.k.a. "Wonder Woman"
Sometimes they get it right: "If I have anything to say against Obama it's not because I'm a racist, it's because I don't like what he's doing as president and anybody should be able to feel that way, but what I find now is that if you say anything against him you're called a racist. But it has nothing to do with it, I don't care what color he is." --actress Angie Harmon
Global warmism: "I think it's, it's a call to action. It's, it's, it's-, turning off the lights won't solve the problem, obviously. But in the same way that the, the march on Selma, Alabama was a symbolic gesture for the civil rights movement I think those who care about climal [sic] change, climate change and carbon mitigation -- which is a global movement -- are, are trying to find ways to symbolically demonstrate the, the unity of purpose around the planet and, and really get our leadership to take action." --actor Ed Norton on the symbolism of turning off the lights for one hour last Saturday evening
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