• #5
    Kanye West on Patriotism:

    "George Bush doesn't care about black people."

    Justin Bieber on Abortion:

    "I really don't believe in abortion. It's like killing a baby." Asked about rape cases by the magazine, he offered, "Um. Well, I think that's really sad, but everything happens for a reason. "

    Arnold Schwarzenegger on Gay Marriage:

    "I think that gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman."

    Mariah Carey on World Hunger:

    "Whenever I watch TV and I see those poor starving kids all over the world, I can't help but cry. I mean I would love to be skinny like that, but not with all those flies and death and stuff."

    Madonna on Political Spokesmanship:

    "Listen, everyone is entitled to my opinion."
  • #2
    If people are too stupid to read their ballot and fill it out correctly then we shouldn't want them to vote in any election. This video is useless, and worst than that, probably liberal propaganda.
  • #7
    Do they affect mine? No. Do they affect a good percentage of the population? Anyone who says no, is someone who insists on a stance despite every bit of evidence showing otherwise. Yes, they do which is why politicians use them.
    The country is obsessed with Celebrities, hence there being news sections about them, web sites, blogs, magazines, TV shows, etc...
  • #1
    oh definitely!I follow whatever alec baldwin says ever since that incident when he called his own daughter a "disgusting little fat pig" and other rageful outbursts in public. he is just incredible.Celebrities are some of the smartest people in the democrat party.
  • #17
    Yes, whoever they are for, I am against! Most of the time they are for Obama. I will not support any movie they represent.
  • #14
    Normally, I'd say that celebrity endorsements have little, if any, meaning or substance. But this would be the case that would be the exception.'The West Wing' was one of the greatest television productions ever to grace our television sets. It inspired the questioning, at least as a mainstream view, of why the government is so useless when it 'could' work so well.

    Also, I'd suggest that this wasn't your average celebrity bump. It was an attempt to get people to pay attention to parts of their ballot that they might just gloss over. It raised a valid point and used recognizable faces to get the point across. I say well done.

    Plus, as a 'West Wing' buff, I was ecstatic to see the cast back together. This happens much too little these days.
  • #13
    On the contrary, Celebrities are the last to be taken seriously. Much the same as politicians, they will be, say or do anything to keep their jobs.
  • #8
    One of the actors on the show died not long after it was canceled. I watched it for a long time till it became so liberal, I tuned out.

    No, celebrity endorsements don't necessarily affect the way I vote. It's just nice to know not all of Hollywood is in obama's camp.
  • #3
    Do celebrity endorsements of candidates influence your vote?

    I doubt that celebrity endorsements influence any thinking person's vote.

    As for the video, it's pretty lame. If you don't read the ballot, you probably don't read the fine print on a contract either. That's your loss.