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Old 11-08-2012, 12:11 AM   #11
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He was a very active supporter of civil rights and did indeed march with MLK.
yes he was. he was very vocal about his opinions and could care less what those in Hollyweird thoght about them. he wasn't afraid to speak his mind and voice his opinions, regardless of who may or may not have been offended. i have a huge amount of respect for him for that. besides, he was a pretty good actor as well!
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We need more folks like Charleton Heston in the leadership role in this country!!
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We need more folks like Charleton Heston in the leadership role in this country!!
Yes we do. Trouble is, nobody with Heston's kind of integrity would ever be elected, because they would refuse to become puppets for the scumbags that are controlling the politicians.
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yes we do need more like Charleton Heston leading our country. he truly understood about our gun rights, the 2nd amendment and what they really stood for.
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No saurprises there.

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I have never subscribed to the thought that actors were meant to be leaders. The two things just seem to be incompatible to me. When do you know he is telling the truth and when is he acting.

Ronald and Arnold are two instances in point. I would just as soon be lead by Donald and Mickey, both of whom were better actors.


Da da da da, thats all folks.
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I have never subscribed to the thought that actors were meant to be leaders. The two things just seem to be incompatible to me. When do you know he is telling the truth and when is he acting.

Ronald and Arnold are two instances in point. I would just as soon be lead by Donald and Mickey.
Better than Barack and Joe.
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But God bless Ronaldus Maximus.

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But I gotta go with Chain on Ahhnold! Muscle bound doophus. (duphus??)
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I have never subscribed to the thought that actors were meant to be leaders. The two things just seem to be incompatible to me. When do you know he is telling the truth and when is he acting.

Ronald and Arnold are two instances in point. I would just as soon be lead by Donald and Mickey, both of whom were better actors.


Da da da da, thats all folks.
Reagan was a better president than Soterro could ever hope to be. I think we are being led by Donald and mickey right now. How is that working out for ya? BTW Donald and mickey weren't part of looney tunes. Looks like you goofed on that one.
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I loved him, a truely great man.
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