40 Celebrities Who Are Republicans

November 28, 2010
Sammy Hagar
  • 1. Drew Carey

    Drew Carey is a registered Republican.

  • 2. Don King

    Don King has consistently supported Republican candidates throughout the years.

  • 3. Adam Sandler

    Adam Sandler is a registered Republican.

  • 4. Ben Stein

    Ben Stein was a speechwriter for Nixon.

  • 5. Bo Derek

    Bo Derek is a well known Christian conservative. She campaigned for George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004.

  • 6. Dean Cain

    Dean Cane is a registered Republican.

  • 7. Gloria Estefan

    Gloria Estefan is a registered Republican.

  • 8. Heather Locklear

    Heather Locklear is a registered Republican.

  • 9. Rick Schroder

    Rick Schroder is a registered Republican.

  • 10. James Earl Jones

    James Earl Jones is a registered Republican.

  • 11. Karl Malone

    Karl Malone is a registered Republican.

  • 12. LL Cool J

    LL Cool J attended the 2004 Republican National Convention.

  • 13. Nick Lachey

    Nick Lachey is a registered Republican.

  • 14. Patricia Heaton

    Patricia Heaton is a registered Republican.

  • 15. Pat Sajak

    Pat Sajak was a major donor to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. He is also a registered Republican.

  • 16. Rachel Hunter

    Rachel Hunter is a registered Republican.

  • 17. Robert Duvall

    Robert Duvall narrated most of the videos for the 2008 Republican Convention.

  • 18. The Rock

    The Rock is a registered Republican.

  • 19. did we mention….. Sammy Hagar?

    Contributed thousands of dollars to George W. Bushs re-election campaign.

  • 20. Sarah Michelle Gellar

    SMG is a registered Republican.

  • 21. Scott Baio

    Scott Baio is a registered Republican.

  • 22. 50 Cent

    50 Cent once said, I actually like Bush. In some ways, I’m the George W. Bush of hip hop, nobody likes me, but I’m still gonna run it for the next four years.”

  • 23. Alice Cooper

    Alice Cooper supported Bush in 2000 and 2004.

  • 24. Mary Lou Retton

    Mary Lou Retton delivered the Pledge of Allegiance on the second night of the 2004 Republican National Convention.

  • 25. Jon Voight

    Jon Voight is a registered Republican.

  • 26. Jessica Simpson

    Jessica Simpson is a registered Republican.

  • 27. Shannen Doherty

    Shannen Doherty is a registered Republican.

  • 28. Stephen Baldwin

    Since 2001, Stephen Baldwin has been an outspoken Christian conservative.

  • 29. Susan Lucci

    Susan Lucci is a well known conservative Republican.

  • 30. Sylvester Stallone

    Sylvestor Stallone is a registered Republican.

  • 31. Meat Loaf

    Meat Loaf is a registered Republican.

  • 32. Tom Selleck

    Tom Selleck is a registered Republican.

  • 33. Tony Danza

    Tony Danza is a registered Republican.

  • 34. Wayne Newton

    Wayne Newton is a registered Republican.

  • 35. Bruce Willis

    Bruce Willis claims he is an Indepedent, but has endorsed Republican candidates since 2000.

  • 36. Johnny Ramone

    Johnny Ramone was a registered Republican.

  • 37. Chuck Norris

    Chuck Norris has donated more than $32,000 to Republican candidates and organizations since 1988.

  • 38. Kelsey Grammer

    Kelsey is a long time Republican. He campaigned for McCain.

  • 39. Clint Eastwood

    Clint Eastwood has been a registered Republican since 1951 but describes himself as a libertarian.

  • 40. And of course, Mel Gibson

    Source.


  • Mea Culpa: I Put Keith Olbermann on National TV

    November 10, 2010


    Mea Culpa: I Put Keith Olbermann on National TVThis YouTube video reminded me that I was the person who introduced Keith Olbermann to America.
    Keith was a sportscaster at the local CBS affiliate in Los Angeles at the same time I was doing a talk show for that network. I thought Keith was pretty funny on the air, and I suggested we have him come on the show and talk sports. This was the first of several appearances he made on the show, and he always did a nice job.
    Keith tended to wear out his welcome at stations and networks, and he bounced around to several places before he found his niche at MSNBC. When he first went on the air there, he was actually quite entertaining. He was wry and amusing, and he looked at the news at a kind of cockeyed angle that I enjoyed.
    I’m not sure how he morphed into the bitter-sounding, hate-mongering name-caller he’s become, but I’m sorry he did. I liked the guy, and he was always a good guest. Maybe it’s just show business and trying to find a place in it and building an audience, but I don’t know. We were never friends away from the show, so I can’t even guess what drives him.
    I do know that to whatever extent the political well has been poisoned, Keith has dumped more than his share of venom into the water. I’d like to think he knows that and maybe even regrets it. I liked the Keith Olbermann of 1989. This tape reminded me that I miss him.

    via ricochet.com
    OMG… I’m in stitches. Posted via email from noahdavidsimon’s posterous