Biography and Quotes
Checks from Hollywood's A-list stars such as George Clooney, Eddie Murphy and Barbra Streisand added up to a one-night take of $1.3 million for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama,
Sen. Barack Obama Pulls In $1.3 Million at Hollywood
"I'm going to keep saying 'liberal' as loud as I can and as often as I can," Clooney told Newsweek magazine in an interview about the film "Good Night, and Good Luck," which he co-wrote and directed.
Clooney Proudly Wears 'Liberal' Label
"What did Bush do on 9/11? He ran away and hid. Even Reagan knew more about leadership than that, and he was as bad a symbol of America as I can think of, off-hand. But at least he's been in enough cowboy movies to know he had to come out and stand on top of the rubble and be seen shaking his fist or something."
They tell us we're going to war and no one's saying 'Bullshit' loud enough. And the language! Listen to the language! 'Evil.' 'Evil'? 'Nexus of evil'? 'Evil-doer'? That's my favourite, 'evil-doer'! What's wrong with their vocabulary: couldn't they come up with 'schmuck'?"
Pretty boys can think
President George Bush “is just dim," actor George Clooney claims in the upcoming
February issue of GQ magazine, the New York Post’s “Page Six” revealed on Wednesday. The Post writers relayed how GQ reports that Clooney, probably best known for playing a doctor on ER and as the star of the Oceans Eleven movie, believes Mario Cuomo should be President, keeps a photo of Jimmy Carter's ER set visit on display in his bathroom and “likens Newt Gingrich to a 'dinosaur,’ laughing, 'the man has no arms.’"
"The problem is we elected a manager, and we need a leader," Clooney tells the magazine. "Let's face it: Bush is just dim."
Clooney Calls Bush “Dim” and Has Carter Photo in His Bathroom
Page Six is online at:
As first reported by syndicated columnist Liz Smith, Clooney opined at a National Board of Review event that "Charlton Heston announced again today that he is suffering from
Alzheimers." When asked by Ms. Smith if the remark went over the line, Clooney replied: "I don't care. Charlton Heston is the head of the NRA; he deserves whatever anyone says about him."
The Clooney Factor
By: Bill O'Reilly for BillOReilly.com
Thursday, Jan 23, 2003
“Go through the history of time. During
the Salem witch hunt, the liberals thought there was no such thing as
witches, and the conservative view was ‘They’re witches and they all
have to die.’ I don’t argue with conservatives over morality. I don’t
preach morality, certainly, but I won’t be told that liberal is immoral.”
Denouncing President Bush for planning to kill “innocent people” in Iraq, actor George Clooney insisted on Monday's Charlie Rose show on PBS that pursuing war with Iraq while not doing so with North Korea illustrates how “we’re picking on people we can beat.”
Near the end of Rose's January 20 show, Clooney asserted that he's “strongly opposed” to Bush's Iraq policy. He argued: “We moved away from what we were going after which was the al-Qaeda and there’s no connection between al-Qaeda and Iraq, which we know, we spent a lot of time trying to prove it and it didn’t happen. And we’re going to go into a war and we’re going to kill a lot of innocent people.”
He elaborated: “First and foremost is the idea that we’re going to kill a lot innocent people, that’s what we’re going to do. That’s what we did before and it’s what we’re going to do again. And, the truth is, we’re going to go in an negotiate with North Korea because they have a bomb, because we don’t want to get involved in a fight that could result in a real problem.”
Rose: “They could level Seoul, Korea.”
Clooney: “They could level it. They probably can’t reach, you know, maybe, you know, maybe Seattle. I don’t know. It would be tough, it would be tough to get to the American coast. But the point is. We’re picking on people we can beat, you know, and we’re saying 'okay, we’ll go get them.’ Now, there’s no question about the fact that Saddam Hussein is a jerk, he’s a rat, so are a lot of these guys. The question is are we going to try and negotiate, are we going to try and talk to these people and find out ways without jumping in and killing people first.”
Referring to how the Bush team is getting other nations to go along, Clooney suggested: "The government itself is running exactly like the Sopranos and they sit back and they make deals. And they say okay, 'I’m going do this: France, you're
getting the pipelines.'...
Actor George Clooney Denounces Bush Iraq Policy
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