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6/14/2010

Princess Leia for Obama

Filed under: Politics — DRJ @ 6:58 pm



[Guest post by DRJ]

Carrie Fisher aka Princess Leia loves Obama and hates “teabaggers”:

Is there anyone you haven’t met that you’ve always wanted to?

Obama.

I’m surprised you haven’t met him.

I know. I love him. Hopefully I’ll meet him sometime. I’m just happy he exists.

Do you think Tea Party is just people who are pissed that there is an African American president?

Yup, and the fact that they chose to call themselves “teabaggers,” which is slang for a certain act involving b***s. It sort of says a lot. I would say a mouthful. Looks like it’s very upsetting for them, but he’s brilliant. The thing is, he’s half white but that’s still not enough — for them it’s all white or f**k off. I think we don’t deserve him and certainly teabaggers don’t deserve him.”

H/T everyone on the Tennessee Republican women thread who wants to talk about this. Not interested? Rightpundits has Princess Leia bellydancing.

— DRJ

29 Responses to “Princess Leia for Obama”

  1. Those leftists sure do seem to be fixated with having balls in their mouths.

    JD (4b684a)

  2. I got filtrated.

    JD (4b684a)

  3. I wonder if anyone told her that the Tea Party didn’t come up with that name, Anderson Cooper did.

    Newtons.Bit (1e74c8)

  4. When you spend your adult life whacked out on drugs and boinking Paul Simon you generally end up swallowing the Democrat line completely. Throw the whole Hollywood experience into the mix and there was virtually no chance she wouldn’t turn out to be an ignorant lefty.

    Wait, what’s that? She was boinking the singer Paul Simon and not the Senator Paul Simon? Well, there isn’t much difference between the two anyway.

    JVW (36eb17)

  5. Love the HotAir commenter who opined that the passage of time has not been kind to The Princess, who now “more resembles the Emperor”.

    AD - RtR/OS! (780d5b)

  6. There is a line from “Animal House” that comes to mind, from Dean Wurmer, but it’s not kind nor appropriate.

    But it has some accuracy for Ms. Fisher.

    Eric Blair (f03f56)

  7. “I’m just happy that he exists.”

    — That’s right . . . the personification of “A New Hope”. Geez, and to think that when I was 12 years old I was hopelessly in love with her.

    Icy Texan (43cdbb)

  8. I am just happy that he exists.

    Did her head assplode immediately after saying that?

    JD (4b684a)

  9. Is she still doing drugs?

    daleyrocks (1d0d98)

  10. Geez, and to think that when I was 12 years old I was hopelessly in love with her.

    Comment by Icy Texan — 6/14/2010 @ 7:29 pm

    She had everything a 12 year old boy could ever want.

    There are gifted female actresses. And then there are the ones that sorta disappear when they lose that moment of ten-ness. I don’t really care that there’s yet another jerk in Hollywood who thinks conservatives are terrible and subhuman. But if this retired sex object was a conservative, this would be considered hate speech.

    There’s a reason Carrie and so many finger biting jerks see hatred in the eyes of people who want the government to spend less money.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

  11. Hmm, maybe she’s having some sort of fantasy wherein she’s back as the slave Princess Leia (loved the costume) and Barack the Hut as her master, holding her leash and clouding her mind.

    scr_north (f79f66)

  12. The hilariously sad part is how she sees the teabaggers[sic] as the Empire, and the party in power as the rebels.

    Icy Texan (43cdbb)

  13. She still alive? I thought she had committed suicide.

    nk (db4a41)

  14. What really happened at the interview.

    “Is there anyone you haven’t met that you’ve always wanted to?

    Eddie Fisher.

    I’m surprised you haven’t met him.

    I know. I love him. Hopefully I’ll meet him sometime. I’m just happy he exists.

    Do you think Tea Party is just people who are pissed that there is an African American shortage in Hollywood, both in casting and production?

    Yup, and the fact that we pretend to call ourselves “liberals,” which is slang for a certain act involving $***$. It sort of says a lot. I would say a mouthful. Looks like it’s very upsetting for the, shall we say, blatant hypocrisy of the wealthy elite. But Tea Party is basically a subliminal tribute to Ice-T, or Mr. T …he’s brilliant. The thing is, Hollywood is 99% white but that’s still not enough — for them it’s all white or f**k off. I think we don’t deserve Mr. T, Ice T, Richard Roundtree or Obama – and certainly teabaggers don’t deserve to pay inflated ticket prices for our indulgent propaganda.”

    Carrie, thanks as always and good luck on your next book the gossip-packed tattler, Placecards from the Edge. We hear Morgan Freeman will play the chauffeur.

    Vermont Neighbor (5841cd)

  15. Leftwingers like Fisher have a knack for often sounding so juvenile and stupid.

    The disingenuous nature of their liberalism means that instead of focusing on their ideology — proudly (IOW, drop the euphemism of “progressive”) — and articulating why they believe leftist sentiment is so wonderful, they segue to meaningless, and not even correct, chatter about “teabaggers,” “half white,” “balls,” or whatever.

    Mark (411533)

  16. With all due respect to whacked out Carrie Fisher–and not a whole lot of respect is due–every one of the older white women and maybe 98
    % of the older white men in your average Tea Party protest gathering, don’t know what the hell teabagging is. If this mendoucheous hasbeen hasn’t figured out that these folks did not
    “choose” the teabagger name to call themselves, then she can go crawl back under her rock.

    Mike Myers (3c9845)

  17. Mike Myers, she knows that. The whole point of this comment was so she could see her name all over the place again. They used to just call us teabaggers, but now they mention ‘we chose it’, as though some isolated person speaks for everyone (or this really even happened at all and wasn’t Anderson Cooper being a typical CNN shill). The ‘it’s our fault’ meme is pretty obvious. Then again, so is a brass bikini on Tatooine.

    It’s a lot like internet trolling… you can’t take a defensible position, or people won’t get mad at you.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

  18. Newtons.Bi wrote:

    I wonder if anyone told her that the Tea Party didn’t come up with that name, Anderson Cooper did.

    Well, he’d probably have known what the slang meant!

    However, Princess Leia is my younger daughter’s cat; Princess Leia does not wish to meet Barack Obama. Carrie Fisher, on the other hand, is an actress with a history of mental problems and drug addiction.

    Please do not insult Summer’s cat!

    The Dana with cats (3e4784)

  19. Point taken, Dana, well she did look good, 27 years ago, back on Tattoine, but she was babbling incoherently then on politics as well

    ian cormac (3e942b)

  20. The commenter formerly known as Another Drew wrote:

    Love the HotAir commenter who opined that the passage of time has not been kind to The Princess, who now “more resembles the Emperor”.

    At least he didn’t say she looked like Jabba the Hut.

    The Star Wars fan Dana (3e4784)

  21. Has anyone ever seen Jabba the Hut and algore in the same place?

    JD (b2079e)

  22. I guess she’s hoping for a new part someday and has to make the obligatory denunciations.

    Kevin Murphy (805c5b)

  23. I wonder if Carrie Fisher knows just how ignorant she sounds? Even people who dislike the Tea Party will know she’s a moron when they read that.

    Kevin Murphy (805c5b)

  24. Comment by Kevin Murphy — 6/15/2010 @ 10:49 am

    Are they bringing back “The Golden Girls”?

    AD - RtR/OS! (728434)

  25. now, now, let’s not make fun of hollywood people.

    Its like making fun of retarded people.

    No, let me rephrase that. Hollywood people are retarded, so its not “like” making fun of retarded people, it IS making of retarded people.

    [note: released from moderation. –Stashiu]

    Aaron Worthing (e7d72e)

  26. btw, i have a theory on why some people are so quick to believe that opposition to obama is racism. i mean when it is sincerely believed. i wrote about it on my less famous blog, here: http://allergic2bull.blogspot.com/2010/04/jackie-robinson-theory-of-obama.html

    Aaron Worthing (e7d72e)

  27. Mr Worthing: You’re allergic to bovine feces, yet you come here? :)

    The amused Dana (3e4784)

  28. Dana

    well, only if the feces comes from a male bovine. lol

    Aaron Worthing (e7d72e)

  29. > Yup, and the fact that they chose to call themselves “teabaggers,” which is slang for a certain act involving b***s.

    As noted, the teabag association is with the Boston Tea Party, not with gays. The “teabaggers” association comes from a hypocritical libtard, who got so giddy at the idea of testicles in his mouth that he kept saying it over and over and over… He apparently though it was an insult. How is it that anything to do with gays is an insult when it comes out of libtards, yet they claim to be pro-gays?

    > The thing is, he’s half white but that’s still not enough — for them it’s all white or f**k off.

    *sigh* Yes, that’s it, there’s NO OTHER POSSIBLE EXPLANATION.

    Oh, wait, there’s no other explanation which allows them to handwave off any comments from the opposition, hence the insistance that, despite all the evidence to the contrary, that that MUST be the sole possible explanation for opposition to Obama.

    If any OTHER explanation were to be allowed, well, you’d have to actually have a lick of reasoning capacity.

    > I think we don’t deserve him and certainly teabaggers don’t deserve him.”

    She’s got that half right, but not the half she thinks.

    Liberals around the world certainly deserve the f***wad. Completely, totally, and utterly. They utterly deserve the massive clusterf*** he’s making of things.

    It’s everyone else in the world who doesn’t deserve him or his results…

    IgotBupkis, President, United Anarchist Society (79d71d)


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