If every celebutard had their way, we'd all be running around like a chicken with its head cut off. No borders, no rules, no religion and no laws.
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Now, Lady Gaga is voicing her opinion about Arizona, and it makes me laugh that anyone would take her seriously. I give her one eye roll and two thumbs down. For some reason these celebutards think that because they have a microphone in their hand that they are somehow important. Well, I am making it my personal responsibility to remind them that they're not.
Miss Gaga thought a concert in Phoenix was a great place to express her disdain for Arizona's immigration reform. Perfect Gaga, never mind the fact that you're dressed in a studded bikini singing about "disco sticks" and lesbian affairs; your political expertise is needed. The 24-year-old Elton John wannabe – mind you we are nearly the same age – said, "We have to be active. We have to protest. ... I will yell and I will scream louder." Spoken like a true liberal. They think the louder they are, the more respect they'll earn.
She can scream as loud as she wants, but a girl who practically exposed herself at a Yankee game will never earn my respect. She flips off the paparazzi, she walks around half naked most days, and her lyrics are crude. I'm not convinced that she's entirely there mentally – so how can I take her outrage seriously? "I will hold you, and we will hold each other, and we will peaceably protest this state," Gaga exclaimed during her concert. You do that, Gaga; you hold those who curse Arizona's new law. Open your home to illegal aliens. Arizona can send you all 200,000-plus illegal immigrants that reside in the state to your personal mansion. Feed them; let them use your home for free. Oh yeah, and provide them with health care. Put them on the Gaga plan. Let's see how long you can hold them. Donate your fortune to their survival. If you care so much, then do something about it. Don't just assume people will listen to you because your craziness made you famous.
It was reported, "During Saturday's concert, Lady Gaga told the crowd about a boy she met earlier in the day whose home was raided over 'a parking ticket or something,' and whose brother was deported to Mexico." I like the "or something" part. It allows liberal dingbats to glaze over important details, while at the same time leaving their opinions full of holes. Gaga has no hard evidence that this family was torn apart over a parking ticket. It tells me that a) this boy probably doesn't exist; b) if he does exist, she obviously wasn't paying attention to his story; and c) she doesn't care to know the whole truth. Again, because she has a microphone in her hand she thinks her story is automatically valid. You should get your facts straight before you put Arizona on blast, Gaga.
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If that family was here illegally, then they have no one to blame but themselves. I'm getting fed up with people who refuse to take responsibility for their actions and the celebrities who defend them. That is all we as Americans have become. We place the blame on everyone else. It's never our own fault if we commit a crime; it's always the fault of our parents, or the system. We all have choices to make, and this boy's family is responsible for the chaos that surrounds them. Don't expect me to feel sorry for them.
One thing this raging ignoramus got right was that she admitted to being useless. Apparently she "got a phone call from a couple really big rock-and-rollers, big pop stars, big rap artists, and they said, 'We'd like you to boycott Arizona ... because of S.B. 1070.'" She responded by saying, "Do you really think that us dumb (expletive) pop stars are going to collapse the economy of Arizona?" At least she knows how worthless she is. I've got to give her that, I suppose.
Arizona, you should take this as a compliment and feel relieved. "Artists" like Kanye West and Rage Against the Machine won't be visiting you any time soon, as they have decided to boycott you. This new immigration law was worth that much. Plus you don't want stars like Lady Gaga to endorse you anyway.
My dose of honesty this week: Arizona, you hold your head high. You keep fighting the good fight and eventually you won't have to deal with halfwit, tone-deaf, talentless clowns anymore. That should be motivation enough for every state to take on an immigration law like yours. Our country would be a lot better off if celebutards would just keep their thoughtless opinions to themselves. As for Gaga, it's sad, because she's actually talented. But just because a person is talented doesn't mean she has an educated opinion. Celebrities all over this world need to keep that in mind the next time they want to disrespect our country.