"The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left." Ecclesiastes 10:2
Glee star Jane Lynch made quite a statement during Saturday’s taping of Comedy Central’s Roseanne Barr Roast to be aired later this month. According to the Huffington Post, Lynch acting as Roast Master told those in attendance, “This show is serving up more old spoiled hens than a Chick-fil-A. Oh, that reminds me…F–k Chick-fil-A.”
Maybe National Review’s Rich Lowry was right about the bullying of folks opposed to same-sex marriage being the wave of the future.” Read more: here
Hollywood celebrity types must spend a good deal of time contemplating their relevance, or lack there of. Being accepted in their roll- playing never seems to give them enough personal satisfaction or a big enough voice to suite their blooming egos. Many seem hell bent on pursuing relevance by stepping into the political arena with size 14 Jackboots. Shooting off their mouths has become a permanent pass time, and honestly, many have become ‘Hollywood Bullies’.
The Dixie Chicks all but ended their career with their antagonistic belligerence of Pres. George W Bush. Now they’ve become the ‘Dixie who?’ Roseanne Barr shot herself in the foot on more than one occasion, with her vulgar, over the top remarks about any political or religious views on the Right.
The list is long. Just as they’re wrong.
Now Jane Lynch is seeking fame and applause by bullying those whose political and religious views are on the Right of her wrong ones.
Actors, singers, entertainers used to have the intelligence to keep their political mouths shut and their private escapades, private. They realized they’d harm their careers. Now they take out front page Ads bragging about “coming out” (like we care) and are consumed with the need to rub our noses in their private ‘business’.
These people, many of whom rail against ‘schoolyard bullies’, are themselves bullies. They’re absolutely incapable of allowing differing views. They must slander, malign, curse and rant as they try to intimidate others into compliance. And those recipients of their bulling tactics, are suppose to acquiesce?
I understand liberty. I don’t want to squelch anyone’s voice. And I won’t allow anyone to silence mine. I hold to my right to say, “shame on you.”