Lesbian scene nixed because Bush president?

By WND Staff

Actress Sharon Stone says a puritanical streak running through America created by President Bush prevented her from kissing Halle Berry in the newly released film “Catwoman.”

Stone, 46, wanted to enjoy a lesbian moment with her co-star, but the current conservative climate in the country just wouldn’t allow it, she concluded, according to Ireland Online.

“Halle’s so beautiful and I wanted to kiss her. I said, ‘How can you have us in the movie and not have us kiss? That’s such a waste,'” said Stone.

“That’s what you get for having George Bush as president.”

The movie has been universally panned. Miami Herald reviewer Connie Ogle said: “Catwoman doesn’t belong on the big screen. It belongs in the litter box or to be scraped off the bottom of our shoes as we head quickly for another theater.”

Stone was among the Hollywood luminaries in attendance at the Los Angeles premiere of Michael Moore’s anti-Bush film “Fahrenheit 9/11.”

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