The National Republican Senatorial Committee put out a kitchen-sink type ad in Minnesota Monday, accusing someone of writing pornography, laughing at the disabled, humiliating minorities and demeaning women.
And I thought Republicans liked Bill O'Reilly.
But I kid the NRSC.
Okay. The NRSC was taking a shot at Al Franken, and in his Minnesota Senatorial battle with Norm Coleman where Coleman felt necessary to call in the Marines. Um...Maroons...from Hollywood - aren't they all out there? - to explain why Al Franken is a terrible person.
John Ratzenberger, Robert Davi, Pat Boone and Victoria Jackson. No denying we're talking A-list Hollywood, but their standing in show biz should not be in question. They have just as much a right to speak as they do to perform their paid gigs. But when I hear those who say that "you are not your job" I'm guessing that more than most people, those in show biz (actors/comedians/singers) understand that when they do their job, they are most likely performing as someone they are not.
It's their job, not who they are.
Does John Ratzenberger believe that most mailmen are blithering idiots who live READ THE REAST OF THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF AL FRANKEN'S CHARACTERS
Award-winning TV writer, Steve Young, is author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful" (www.greatfailure.com) and blogs at the appropriately named steveyoungonpolitics.com