Friday, December 7, 2012

Hollywood Actor Vince Vaughn to team up with Glenn Beck

Hollywood liberals not happy

From Hollywood Reporter, "Glenn Beck Teams With Vince Vaughn for Reality Series":
Beck’s TheBlaze, an Internet TV network, will be home to Pursuit of Truth, a show that is essentially a competition among filmmakers vying for financing to create a documentary film. The grand prize includes worldwide distribution for their creation.

Contestants could be asked to create sizzle reels, execute key interviews for their proposed projects or pitch scenes to a panel of judges.

Vaughn’s Wild West Prods. is producing along with Go Go Luckey, the company founded by Gary Auerbach that is behind such shows as Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.
Libertarians like Vaughn "whacky, social darwinists" who want to abolish social security and Medicare

Russ Buchanan at TheExaminer writes:
Come on -- what’s a nice guy like Vince Vaughn doing anywhere near the certifiable Mr. Beck? Don’t tell me the actor who was so good in that movie with Joaquin Phoenix where Phoenix gets hanged for smoking dope -- is one of the few right-wingers in Hollywood. Could it be? Do he and Jon Voight meet secretly at Stephen Baldwin’s house every night to deny global warming and hate the United Nations? What's going on here? It's Internet time.

Well, according to multiple sources, Vaughn is only a Libertarian. Whew! Sure, Libertarians have a number of wacky, social Darwinist views, including the dismantling of Social Security and Medicare. But their get-government-out-of-our-lives views on such social issues as gay rights, abortion and censorship are right on the money. In other words, compared to Beck's brand of extremism, Libertarians are Michael Moore.
Editor's note - We here at LR were one of the very first sites to report that Vaughn had come out as a "libertarian," three years ago.

3 comments:

Chuck said...

Yay. Maybe Pee Wee Herman will sign up too.

Bill Dalasio said...

Honestly, I think I'd be more likely to find Mr. Beck well adjusted and tolerable than the average denizen of Hollywood.

Bill Dalasio said...

Honestly, I think I'd be more likely to find Mr. Beck well adjusted and tolerable than the average denizen of Hollywood.