What in the world is going on in Hollywood?
What was once a bastion of liberal stupidity actually seems to have a few bright minds thinking for themselves.
While Charlie Sheen isn’t exactly your prototypical good guy, his use of drugs and his sexual licentiousness aren’t really role model material, at least he understands what the constitution is for.
As TPNN writes:
As the Washington Times reported, actor Charlie Sheen publicly came out of the political closet on The Flipside with Michael Loftus, joining the ranks of the courageous few in Hollywood like James Woods, Dean Cain and Clint Eastwood in the interview that took place on February 8.
After sharing some of his earliest childhood memories of filmmaking in his family that includes father and brother actors, Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez, the conversation turned to politics, where Sheen clearly came out politically.
When Loftus asked Sheen what three laws would he would implement if he were king for a day, Sheen replied, “Skilled vets in front of our schools, that have been vetted, a 10 percent [flat] tax across the board…, and the third would be — everybody relax.”
“Put the Constitution back into place,” Sheen recommended. “People say, ‘Are you a Republican or a Democrat,’ — no, I’m a Constitutional Republican, man. I believe in the Constitution. Look at what we went through to write that document.”
Sheen said that when he asks people if he should run for president, 100 percent answer in the affirmative.
Well…having Charlie Sheen at the helm of the country might be a stretch.
But at least the popular actor is advocating America restore the constitution to where it belongs, not to many Democrats or Republicans are taking that kind of a stand.
If more Americans could grasp just how precious their constitutional liberties are, and how quickly they’re disappearing, then maybe, just maybe, we could get this country back on track.
What do you think of Sheen’s succinct and lucid explanation of the importance of the constitution?
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