|Ms. Sarandon: In one of her saner moments|
According to a Fox News article, Ms. Sarandon dropped this doozy at a film festival in the Hamptons (Yes moonbat fleabaggers, where the GREEDY RICH people live!) this weekend. When referencing a book she had sent to the pope, she made this clarification. "The last one. Not this Nazi one we have now." It is reported that when actor Bob Balaban tried to dance around the comment, she repeated it AGAIN to the laughter of the audience.
Now devoted readers, you don't have to scroll back very far in your memories or on this blog to recall the beating Bocephus (Hank Williams Jr.) took from the left when he made an ANALOGY about a golf game between the president and the speaker of the house. In case you were incommunicato, he said that the golf game between Obama and Boehner was like a golf game between Hitler and Netanyahu. It was an ANALOGY. He didn't call Obama Hitler. If you recall, it cost him his gig with Monday Night Football.
I am sure that the outcry from the media and the left will be thunderous that she immediately be stripped of her academy award and exiled to North Korea. Supporting my hypothesis, is this quote from the Fox News article:
"Susan Sarandon has a reputation of saying things that are controversial. This statement is certainly right up there. But given her history I doubt it will harm her career," public relations expert Glenn Selig added. "While inflammatory and insulting to many, particularly Catholics, people know her as someone who speaks her mind. Being opinionated is part of what the public seems to like about her or choose to accept about her, even if they don't agree with her."
WOW! She'll probably need intensive therapy to recover from stinging recriminations like that.
I would also like to point out the glaring differences between the audience responses to Hank's comments versus Ms. Sarandon's. The Fox and Friends panel who may lefties would call right of Rush Limbaugh were put off and obviously uncomfortable with Hank's comments. Ms. Sarandon's audience laughed and applauded.
Occupy Wall Street couldn't have a better supporter.