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Jon Hamm Implies Constitution Is Some Kind Of Secret Agenda

Posted on | September 20, 2010 | 26 Comments

by Smitty (via Big Hollywood)

We can’t load-shed these Leftist idiots in Hollyweird quickly enough:

Among the more tedious aspects of the current political crisis is the Left’s systemic unwillingness to confront the fact that they have become exactly the kind on ill-liberal, authoritarian swine they should claim to despise.
Anyone else want to see Jon Hamm in a wig, playing some bitchy member of the British Parliament circa 1774 or so, railing about these obnoxious pamphleteers in the Colonies?
One suspects the role would seem strangely comfortable to the man.
No, Jon, there is abso-effing-lutely nothing secret about the Constitutional source of Tea Party discontent, the righteousness of the Tea Party’s cause, and the doom besetting your shallow, propaganda spewing ilk. You, Maher and both of his regular viewers should just go play bridge, for all you matter.

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  • Joe

    You may have a hard time believing this, but Jon Hamm is not very smart.

    BTW–here is another idiot.

  • Kelly

    Smitty, don’t you know? The actor/singer intellectuals are billions of light-years smarter than we common folk. We should just listen to what these erudite folks say and not question it. They’re freaking geniuses. In their own minds.

  • ccoffer

    Actors are almost as smart as waiters. I wonder why Bill Maher doesn’t have waiters on his little show? I’d also like to know what hairdressers think about the tea party.

  • FenelonSpoke

    I don’t even know who Joe Hamm is.

  • http://www.jon-hamm.org/ Jon Hamm

    I don’t have to be smart, just smart enough.

    It is good to be the leading man in a sexy hot TV series. My liberalism is driven on appeasing those around me, not out of any deep convictions. I want to be loved.

    Trust me. I am.

  • ccoffer

    I’m also dying to know what Meshach Taylor from Designing Women thinks. I also need to get up to date on what the dude from BJ and the Bear thinks. Oh yeah. I also need to know what Shirley from What’s Happening thinks about all this. After all, we need information from all the intellectuals in our country.

  • http://deconstructingleftism.wordpress.com Thrasymachus

    “The Town” got terrible reviews. Only yuppies obsessed with the birth of yuppiedome like “Mad Men.”

  • DaveP.

    To these clowns, it’s circular: “intellectual” means “holds the same opinions as me”, and if you hold the same opinions as them then you MUST be an intellectual.
    Therefore, anyone who disagrees with them- for any reason, even objective reality- is ‘anti-intellectual’, a ‘hater’, a racist, and a traitor.

  • DaveP.

    Thras: And those of us who have Christina Hendrix very high indeed on our crush lists.

  • jefferson101

    Of course The Constitution is a secret agenda. Most illiterates think so, since giving them a copy produces nothing but a blank look.

    ‘Nough said.

  • http://www.luoamerican.com/baldilocks baldilocks

    It’s the Luo tribe, (of which I am also a member). You Hollywood dumbasses should know the name of your god’s tribe and be able to pronounce it correctly.

    Can a set of people possibly sound that stupid, ill-informed and condescending at the same time?

  • http://ak4mc.us/cms/ ak4mc

    Can a set of people possibly sound that stupid, ill-informed and condescending at the same time?

    Yes! They! Can!

    (Do I get a cookie now?)

  • ccoffer

    And they were quoting Dinesh D’Souza and attributing it to Newt Gingrich. I would loved to have been there to ask the mouth-breathing dipshit if he thinks Dinesh D’Souza is a “double secret racist” with an agenda that can only be substantiated in the imagination of some semi-literate stooge like Jon Hamm (who? Was he in Brokeback Mountain or something?)