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Hollywood liberals eat their own

"I’m a blogosphere virgin. I don’t read blogs. Blogs feels like they’re a dime a bushel. They’re endless. Like cockroaches..."
"I’m a blogosphere virgin. I don’t read blogs. Blogs feel like they’re a dime a bushel. They’re endless. Like cockroaches..."

Out, gay-as-a-picnic-basket, proud, loud, blog-challenged and, by all accounts, liberal director Todd Holland inadvertently got sucked on to the Hollywood Liberal Shit List last week. However, the move looks to be temporary in light of his good-natured and at times bitchy response, in addition to being nominated this year for a directing Emmy for 30 Rock, the sitcom starring über-liberals Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey. His placement on the HLSL was further complicated by the fact that he got legally married to his partner last year before Proposition 8 was passed.

How it happened: At a panel discussion about gay Hollywood, Holland answered a question about whether he would advise gay actors in Hollywood to come out. Leave it to some nasty bloggers to take his response and “twist or warp” his words into anti-gay remarks.

The panel discussion took place at Outfest, the Los Angeles gay film festival held each July at The Directors Guild (a.k.a. Hollywood Liberal World Headquarters.)

So now the LA Times, LA Weekly and those spiteful, overly-sensitive gay blogs manned by (to use Holland’s word) “cockroaches” are tripping over themselves as he trips over himself to clarify and over-explain what he really meant or really meant to say– or more likely wishes he hadn’t said at all in the first place.

A condensed version of what played out… Continue reading Hollywood liberals eat their own

New name added to Hollywood liberals’ shit list: Dean Cain

For the second time in two months, former TV Superman Dean Cain outed himself as a McCain supporter on Larry King Live. Appearing last night in a segment opposite nascent liberal blogger Sheryl Crowe, Cain  went on about how much he loves Crowe’s music but said they can have a political disagreement because *yawn* “that’s what makes America great.” In a brief of flash of clarity about the mortal damage he was inflicting on his career, he then  stammered, “But I’m pro-choice!”

Too late, Man of Steel.

Displaying a Palin-esque acuity when asked by King what question he would most like to hear both presidential candidates answer (“Oh, gee, I don’t know. Uh, foreign policy is big with me,”) he deep-soul kissed his line of work good-bye as doors could be heard slamming shut across Tinseltown.