Is Hollywood waking up?
Not in mass, but there are a few big names in Hollywood coming out against President Obama being re-elected for a second term. The last big name to join the ranks was CSI's Stacey Dash — this time around it's liberal Hollywood actor and comedian Rob Schneider.
Like Dash, Schneider support President Obama in 2008, but has since seen the product of his policies. In a recent radio interview this is what the actor had to say about the upcoming election and the president:
Schnieder: If Obama gets back in there, all those people that are already entrenched of that system of bureaucracy are going to be more entrenched. So I'm for kicking them out and starting over.
Radio Host: Yes, amen. And ‑‑ let's have a Tea Party now.
Schnieder: There's no way that I can support Obama for a second, and I've come around to this. As a liberal.
Radio Host: Wow.
Schnieder: As a Democrat there is no way that I can support Obama for a second term.
Radio Host: And as I said earlier, I think this is very important to understand. This is America. We're going to have more black presidents, we're going to have female presidents, we're going to have Jewish presidents. Some of them are going to be good and some of them aren't just like all of the white presidents.
Schnieder: Not in my lifetime. Not in my lifetime.
Radio Host: I love the idea, "We'll never have another black president." No, we've had a lot of crappy white presidents in our history.
Schnieder: It is a testament to this great nation that we've had a crappy black president.
Radio Host: There you go!
Watch the interview here:
Schneider, like many Americans, is worried about four more years of people being put on the dole of the taxpayer, which Glenn believes would be the end of the country as we know it today.
"I'm telling you we don't make it two years," Glenn responded after hearing Schneider's comments. "We don't make it two years. With the economy the way it is and what's happening around the world. And the world is beginning to position for it. You can see it. The world is positioning"