Unoriginal cheap shot against Bush and his party—so vogue among Hollywood celebs
When It Comes to Political Opinions, No One Cares About Cher’s
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Aging Grammy award-winning singer and Academy award-winning actress Cher recently told CNSNews.com that “living under Republican rule almost ‘killed’ her, and she does not understand why anyone would want to be a Republican.”[sic] The multi millionaire, much married, and largely irrelevant, vacuous singer/actress, who offered this unoriginal cheap shot against Bush and his party—so vogue among Hollywood celebs—has not done so badly under Republican and Democrat administrations over the last five decades; therefore no one was certain why she offered this commentary.
When asked by Stoos Views during a telephone interview why she supported Obama in the last election, Cher replied: “He is black, hip and—like me—sexy. Therefore, he will solve all of our problems.” The oft-remolded diva’s comments prompted Stoos Views, to conduct a national poll of the electorate this week to get the public’s take on the issue of “who would want to be a Republican” and related issues.
When a representative sampling of adults across the country was asked the question: “Would you want to be a Republican?” 51% percent said “no,” while 49% said “yes.” When asked in the same poll “Whether they cared at all what Cher thought about politics or anything else for that matter,” the results were as follows: 95% said, “no,” 4% responded, “is she still singing?” and 1% said, “yes.” Finally, the same poll revealed that, when asked: “Who would want to act like a teen ager, dress like a Gothic hooker, and sing half naked on stage at the age of 62,” a full 100% of those polled indicated they would not.
Copyright © 2009 William Kevin Stoos