Tuesday, January 20, 2009

I may have been wrong about Big Hollywood

In my last post I said I didn't think Andrew Breitbart's new site Big Hollywood was a good idea, because instead of shutting up celebritards, it gave a voice to more of them.
Well, I've been reading some of the stories over their and I like a lot of them. I may have to re-asses my view about this site.

For today, I'm just going to link you to a story that Mr. Breitbart wrote himself. I couldn't have worded it any better myself.

Where were you celebrities after 911

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Less Talk, Not More.

Perusing the interwebs this morning, I happened upon this story over at the evil FOXNEW.COM.

At first I was a little happy about it. I mean I'm all for more Conservative minded people getting into the discussions we need to have as a Nation.
But after skimming through the article I started to have second thoughts. The push appears to be to get more Hollywood celebs to start voicing their political views.
That is a complete 180 degrees away from the goal we at "Shut-up and Act" have, which is (and I admit it is a lofty goal) to get the Liberal celebritards to shut up. It is not to have more (albeit Conservative) persons of fame joining the frey.

Why do THEY keep thinking that WE need to hear what they think (either Liberal or Conservative)?

My opinion for Mr. Breitbart and his "Big Hollywood" web site? I like the idea of confronting the Liberal celebritards, but don't use Conservative celebs as cannon fodder in this battle. Except for telling us details from the set, or how to avoid overeating from the craft services table, there is nothing they have to say that I want to hear.