Monthly Archives: September 2012

‘Dirty Jobs’ Star Mike Rowe Campaigns With Romney

“Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe hit the campaign trail with Mitt Romney in Ohio Wednesday.

The reality star made  headlines this month for writing a  letter to Romney, seeking a “national conversation” on skilled labor and “about what we value in the workforce.”

Rowe opened the letter by pledging to vote for Romney if he read the whole thing and closed the letter by saying he wrote a similar letter to President Obama four years ago but received no response.

A campaign aide later Tweeted a photo of Romney reading the letter.

Samuel L. Jackson Tells People to “Wake the $&#@ Up”

Actor Samuel L. Jackson stars in a new Youtube video called “Wake the $&#@ Up,” in which he presses people to “wake up” and support Obama.


Jimmy Buffett Performing at Obama Fundraiser

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Singer Jimmy Buffett will be performing at an Obama fundraiser in Florida hosted by celeb-lawyer, John Morgan, reports The Orlando Sentinel 

The event is private and will be held at Morgan’s Lake Mary mansion on Oct. 12. The title of the event is dubbed  “A Musical Evening with Jimmy Buffett.”

Prices start at $500 for a ticket to the concert,$1,000 for VIP seating; and $5,000 for a meet-and-greet opportunity with Buffett himself.

“Remember, it’s five o’clock somewhere.  Come get your margaritas, cheeseburgers and paradise at Morganritaville!!” Morgan states in an invitation cover letter.

The Sentinel reports that proceeds will be split up between the Obama For America committee, the Democratic National Committee, and state Democratic committees in Florida, Ohio and several other “swing states.”

Mary Hart at NFRW With Ann Romney and Jenna Ryan

Former ‘Entertainment Tonight’ host Mary Hart hosted a luncheon at the National Federation of Republican Woman at the RNC in Tampa at the end of August. Both Ann Romney and Jenna Ryan (wives of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan) spoke at the lunch. In the video, the daughter-in-laws of Ann Romney speak.

Hart, married to Hollywood producer Burt Sugarman have been staunch Republican supporters over the years. Hart has contributed to Republican candidates and Sugarman recently attended a fundraiser for Mitt Romney in Beverly Hills.

Hollywood Conservatives Help Romney Raise $6 Million Over The Weekend

Hollywood conservatives came out swinging for GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Saturday at the Beverly Hilton, reports Deadline Hollywood.

Nearly 1,500 supporters showed up for the Romney fundraiser, where tickets went for $1,000, $15,000 and $50,000, raising a total of $6 million for the campaign.

The attendees included producer Jerry Bruckheimer and wife Linda, CSI: NY’s Gary Sinise, Everybody Loves Raymond’s Patricia Heaton, John O’Hurley, comedian Dennis Miller, Warner Bros chair Terry Semel, Burt Sugarman, music producer David Foster and Frank Price with wife Katherine.

Romney and wife Ann addressed the crowd, and the former governor thanked Miller who introduced him.

“I want to thank Dennis Miller for not just the humor, but the truth in the humor,” Romney said. “Much of what he said tonight, much of what he said was very encouraging and uplifting.”

Romney said there are more conservatives in Hollywood than people think.

“I know in some of the communities around this particular hotel it’s hard to let people know you’re conservative without them looking at you funny,” Romney said, before noting that he had lunch with “a very famous actor — very famous.  Very liberal.  I won’t tell you his name or he’d shoot me… He pulled me aside, he said, ‘In this town, you really can’t get work unless you’re known as a liberal,’ and he said, ‘But no one knows how I really vote.’  And there are a lot of people that feel that way.”

The event was so successful that sources told Deadline that Romney will return to Los Angeles after the first debate, which is scheduled for Oct. 3.

This comes after the Obama campaign announced a star-studded lineup for his  Oct. 7 concert fundraiser at the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles, which include performers Jon Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder, Katy Perry, Earth, Wind and Fire and Jennifer Hudson.

Country Music Star Rodney Atkins Playing Concert For Romney

Country music star Rodney Atkins is playing at an event in support of GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, Thursday, Sept. 27 in Springfield, Ohio.

According to the website, tickets are free.

Ohio Senator Rob Portman and former Cincinnati Bengal and NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz will also be stumping for Romney at the event.

Romney and VP nominee Paul Ryan are traveling around the swing state campaigning this week. Recent polling suggests President Obama holds a slight lead among registered voters.



Madonna: Obama A ‘Black Muslim’

Madonna gave a rather bizarre speech during her MDNA Tour to Washington, D.C. on Monday night.

“Y’all better vote for f–king Obama, OK?” Madonna said. “For better or for worse, all right? We have a black Muslim in the White House. Now that’s some amazing s–t. It means there is hope in this country. And Obama is fighting for gay rights, so support the man, goddamnit.”

The singer recently praised First Lady Michelle Obama and endorsed the President during a concert.

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