It’s long been developing that the people in Hollywood think they are the end-all, be-all. They think they are the bee’s knees, the cat’s pajamas, the dog’s bollocks. They also seem to think that since they make lots of money, drive fancy cars and end up in tabloids over DUI arrests (complete with coke-faced mug shots), they can now dictate policy to the lawmakers.
A whole bunch of these pretentious windbags have been getting all kinds of public over the Senate’s failure to vote in a set of gun control measures which A) don’t violate the Constitution and B) aren’t likely to get those Senators voted out of office by their gun-toting constituents. Everyone from Tony Bennett to Gloria Estefan, Paul McCartney and even Josh Groban are getting in on the act, as if a guy with alleged (alleged my ass) ties to the Italian Mafia, a washed up has-been, a droopy-eyed former Beatle and a beady-eyed never-gonna-be hold any more importance than the gum I scraped off the bottom of my shoe the other day.
These folks are getting all “ooh ooh, jump on the bandwagon” and entreating their “fans” to vote people out of office if they don’t force the gun control measures they want to see put in place.
I know I keep saying that I don’t like to get involved in the gun control debate and then I immediately peck out a few hundred words on the subject, but I’m going to say it again: I really don’t like getting involved in the gun control debate. Unfortunately, I also don’t like it when a bunch of morons who think they’re special because the wrote a good song thirty or fifty years ago, or starred in a couple of sitcoms, think they can wave their “celebrity” status around to push their own agenda.
Listen, assholes. Let the American public make their own decisions and stop trying to force your obnoxious liberal horse shit down people’s throats.
Also, you suck. Dickbags.