This is America. We have this little thing called FREEDOM OF SPEECH.
This post is for those of you that are interested in what celebrities have said or written about Sarah Palin. I've only incuded 10 celebrities on this post. Why? I didn't want the page to take forever to load. (I hate when that happens!)
Let's start with a famous comedian.
Whoopi raised some eyebrows when she blogged about her opinion on Sarah Palin. Here's what she wrote:
Whoopi Goldberg: Sarah Palin 'Is a Very Dangerous Woman'
I was saddened by this woman because I think she has contempt for people who don’t believe as she believes and there’s no discussion and the smile doesn’t help.
Gina Gershon's Sarah Palin parody says it all:
See more Gina Gershon videos at Funny or Die
Paul Resier wrote a piece sharing his opinion on McCain and Palin:
Yeah -- You and Whose Army?
From the few minutes of the GOP convention I could stomach watching, all I could think was that Giuliani and Sarah Palin were doing some big-person, lethal version of "I know you are, but what am I?"
Watch Matt Damon share his opinion on McCain's choice of Sarah Palin as vp.
Watch Pam Anderson share her opinion of Sarah Palin:
Watch Chevy Chase share his opinion on Sarah Palin:
Chevy Chase says "I want her to decimate this woman."
Lindsay Lohan blogs about her opinion on Sarah Palin:
I find it quite interesting that a woman who now is running to be second in command of the United States, only 4 years ago had aspirations to be a television anchor. Which is probably all she is qualified to be... Also interesting that she got her passport in 2006.. And that she is not fond of environmental protection considering she's FOR drilling for oil in some of our protected land.... Well hey, if she wants to drill for oil, she should DO IT IN HER OWN backyard. This really shows me her complete lack of real preparation to become the second most powerful person in this country.
Heart's Nancy Wilson responds to McCain campaign's use of 'Barracuda' at Republican convention
"Sarah Palin's views and values in NO WAY represent us as American women. We ask that our song 'Barracuda' no longer be used to promote her image. The song 'Barracuda' was written in the late 70s as a scathing rant against the soulless, corporate nature of the music business, particularly for women. (The 'barracuda' represented the business.) While Heart did not and would not authorize the use of their song at the RNC, there's irony in Republican strategists' choice to make use of it there."
Robin Williams on the David Letterman makes us laugh about Sarah Palin:
Pink: Sarah Palin 'Hates Women' Pink doesn't think Sarah Palin knows where Iraq is on a map:
"If I were writing a letter to Sarah Palin," Pink told PopEater during her Sessions taping on Thursday, "it would be a lot of whys and hows. Who are you? Do you know? Why do you hate animals? Please point out Iraq on a map ..."