#1: Cameron Diaz
The actress broke down on national TV and implied that the re-election of President Bush would lead to the legalization of rape.
#2: Michael Moore
This liberal windbag reportedly couldn’t get out of bed for three days after the 2004 election.
#3: Sean Penn
He’s the actor who claimed that Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, shock jock Howard Stern and the U.S. government are greater threats to the American people than Osama bin Laden.
#4: Julia Stiles
The actress told radical leftists she was “afraid that Bill O’Reilly would come with a shotgun at my front door and shoot me for being unpatriotic.”
#5: Janeane Garofalo
Air America’s talk-radio host called the Patriot Act “a conspiracy of the 43rd Reich.”
#6: Chrissie Hynde
She told her concertgoers that Americans “deserve to get bombed” and “I hope the Muslims win.” Ironically, the theme song for Rush Limbaugh’s show, “My City Was Gone,” was written by Hynde.
#7: Tim Robbins
The verbose actor warned journalists ominously that “Every day, the airwaves are filled with warnings, veiled and unveiled threats, spewed invective and hatred directed at any voice of dissent.”
#8: Martin Sheen
The star of “The West Wing” marched through Los Angeles with duct tape over his mouth with the word “peace” written on it.
#9: Vincent D’Onofrio
The crazed Marine in Full Metal Jacket was hospitalized immediately after the election, suffering from “Bush flu” (doctors found nothing wrong with him).
She claimed that if Bush were re-elected, the government would round up and quarantine homosexual men.
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