November 25, 2005

Tough Guy Willis plays “Die Hard With A Bounty”

Yippee-ki-yay, motherbleeper! Not every denizen of Hollywood is a Democrat voting, ACLU-loving, witless drone. Someone more worried about the constitutional “rights” of terrorists than the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness of the rest of us.

(They also want to raise your taxes whilst ensuring his/her millions are stashed away in off-shore accounts and lawyer heavy trust funds to ensure these multi-millionaires pay as little US tax as possible. But that's another blog.)

Take Bruce Willis, for one. Turns out that the on-screen tough guy is also a right thinking stand-up guy off-screen.

Bruce is offering a $1 million bounty on the heads of A-list terrorists like Osama Bin Laden, Aymen Al-Zawahiri and Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi. (Hey, include Diet Hard With A Vengence dopes like the blubberful Michael Moore, Barbra Streisand, Al Franken and we would hold a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire hitman party.)

Check out the Freepers for some great posts...

We at Hollycrud Towers are well impressed by the Tough Guy putting his money where right thinking peoples’ mouths are. Especially as we know this isn’t the type of “head” that interests the leftist Hollywoodenhead brigade.

Bruce announced his reward on U.S. TV show 'Rita Cosby: Live & Direct,' where he also slammed biased media coverage of the Iraq war. He said,
"I am baffled to understand why the things that I saw happening in Iraq, really good things happening in Iraq, are not being reported on."
Brucie is also holding the media responsible for its distorted Iraq coverage. Unlike most Hollywood celebrities who blahviate on the subject of which they are most profoundly ignorant, at least Willis has been to Iraq to support the troops.

Willis is also said to have expressed interest in adapting 'The Deuce Four,' the story of Iraq soldiers whose heroic exploits have been chronicled by embedded blogger Michael Yon.

"A hundred million terrorists in the world and I gotta kill one with feet smaller than my sister"


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