Highlighting the mind numbing hypocrisy of the celebrities who made a video calling for the people to “Demand a Plan” (i.e. gun control), this video makes it undeniably clear just how pathetically hypocritical the Hollywood elite really are. (HT @bradthor on Twitter. And a warning for violence and language).

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  1. mmeusa says:

    Yep! Thanks for the GREAT post, Tammy!

  2. Maynard says:

    I’d rather take my chances in a theater with a gun-toting homicidal maniac than be “protected” by the idiot advocacy of these smarmy filthy-rich holier-than-thou hypocrite celebutards.

  3. Shifra says:

    This video makes it clear: It’s time for a National Celebrity-Control Law. There are too many celebrities out there! Write to your Representatives/Senators and *demand* Celebrity-Free Zones!

    Let’s honor the memory of the Sandy Hook victims by demanding strict Celebrity-control laws and mandatory mental health services for all celebrities. It’s the least we can do.

  4. midget says:

    Shifra-ever think about doing standup? You are so funny-but TRUE

  5. otlset says:

    I “demand a plan” for the entertainment industry to cut back on the gratuitous, explicit and over-done violence they are constantly injecting like a poison into our already too-violent culture! And to Bob Costas: the problem is not any ‘culture of guns’ in this country, but rather the ‘culture of violence’ that misuses guns here, for which the entertainment industry is largely responsible.

  6. trevy says:

    Why don’t those idiots just realize that they wouldn’t have careers without guns and violence? If gun were banned, Jamie Foxx would be bragging “I get in a pillowfight with all of the white people”. Jeremy Renner would be throwing pies at all of the bad guys in “Mission Impossible, Ghost Protocol”. Cameron Diaz would be trying to subdue the bad guys with her dazzling smile in “Knight and Day”.
    They just want to have it both ways.

  7. mdannyg says:

    If we can’t have an end to celebrities telling us their opinions, can we at least have an end to them always making the same exact “we-finish-each-other’s-sentences” video? There must be one director who makes all these because they are always the same. The Obama “I Pledge” video, the stop bullying one, this one. They just look so vacant and uninspiring. I would pay more attention if they changed their format, maybe actually have them all in the same room and singing a song like We Are The World or something. Maybe Quincy Jones could even direct it. That would at least be more entertaining. Or not.

  8. TheGreenHornet says:

    Great post. Do you think all of these celebs would support a ban of guns in movies, TV shows, and video games? You want to take our guns, then we need to take yours. Write your congressman. Demand guns be removed from films. Not really-

  9. KCBob4Tam says:

    Am I bad because I don’t know and really don’t care who the frick a good number of those people are?

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