Tags: Anti-Semitism, Hollywood, Marion Cotillard, Michael Moore, NewsReal Blog, Oscar, Sean Penn, The Concession Stand
by Walter Hudson, contributed to David Horowitz’s NewsReal Blog
What is it about being an Oscar-winning actor that makes a person think their moment of professional recognition is a green-light to lecture the rest of society? I can’t think of a another profession that does this.
If my boss called my department into a room and presented me with a plague distinguishing me as Employee of the Year, I don’t think it would occur to me to address the socialist influences which have defined the Obama administration and how much I detest Nancy Pelosi. In fact, I’m pretty sure that, if I did, they would take the plaque back. Regardless of whether they agreed with my views or not, taking advantage of such a moment to espouse my views on unrelated topics would be highly inappropriate.
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