Robert Downey Jr. Outed as Conservative by Liberal Journalist! Walks Out
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April 22, 2015
Robert Downey Jr. Outed as Conservative by Liberal Journalist! Walks Out…
Now I've talked about Robert Downey Jr. being a semi-conservative on my show for a long time. I've never gone into graphic detail, because, let's be honest, it can kill a career in Hollywood. But now, thanks to this hack "journalist", it'll be everywhere anyway.
How do I know the interviewer is a liberal? Because I've given him interviews before, at the Value Voters Summit three years ago. He began asking increasingly bizarre questions. It was clear as day that he was aiming to paint me as a homophobe. When it didn't work out, he continued on down the trail and my interviews never saw the light of day.
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Obi-Wan was the only reason the prophecy didn't work out. Anakin WAS the chosen one. Said to bring BALANCE to the force. Anakin was good at heart, turned to the dark side to save the love of his life. The senator flat out said it "To fully understand the force one must study all of it's aspects, not just the dogmatic narrow minded view of the Jedi". Anakin was going to bring balance to the force by taming both the dark and light side, bringing them together, bringing them to an equal, balanced power.
Anakin was the chosen one, Obi-Wan cut him down and left him to die in the lava. Darth Sidious took Padme's life in order to keep Anakin alive. This drove Anakin beyond the point of return, the loss of so many midichlorians, thus the loss of his incredible natural power and connection with the force, coupled with the loss of his love, as well as the fact that she had turned her back on him in his darkest hour...
Obi-Wan is to blame for all of it. He was not a good friend.
Sawyer Sweeten, Everybody Loves Raymond Child Actor, Dead at 19
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>Sawyer Sweeten, the actor who played one of the twin boys on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, died in an apparent suicide Thursday, according to reports. He was 19. Sweeten was visiting his family in Texas, where THR reports he is believed to have shot himself. Sweeten played Geoffrey Barone on Raymond, from 1996 to 2005 in nearly 140 episodes, alongside his real-life twin, Sullivan, and older sister, Madylin. He also appeared in Frank McKlusky, C.I., and Even Stevens. He's survived by his siblings and parents.