Another controversial movie from actor/comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. The Dictator is coming to movie theaters and it's going to be another shocking success.
The Honorable Leader Of the Republic Of Wadiya, General Shabazz Aladeen has weighed in on the 2012 U.S. Presidential Elections.
He has decided that the man capable of leading this nation is Mitchell Romney.
In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, the leader of Wadiya stated:
Well, I would say Santorum, despite his liberal views, but since he is out of the running, I don't know. In terms of policies, I would have to say the Republicans if they could only become a little less extreme. … But in terms of getting into power in America, I would have to support the Democrats. If they can enable a Kenyan to become president, then why not Wadiya? But if it was the money that I was giving, I support – and I give my full support to – Mitchell Romney. He has the makings of a great dictator. He is incredibly wealthy but pays no taxes, and it's not much of a leap to go from firing people to firing squads and from putting pets on the top of a car to putting political dissidents on the top of them.
Singer/actress/activist Cher went to Twitter to trash the Republican soon to be nominee.
Cher and her son Chaz, a transgendered man/activist are strong supporters of gay rights.
According to E! News online, Cher lashes out against the Republicans.
So, it wasn't really surprising to see her criticize presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney via Twitter today—but it was kinda surprising when a couple of her tweets disappeared.
What did the iconic pop star and Oscar winner decide was worthy of a little self-censorship?
Cher and Chaz Bono have family members that are Republicans. Congresswoman Mary Bono-Mack (R-California) was the fourth wife of the late singer/congressman Sonny Bono, a Republican.
Congresswoman Bono-Mack is married to U.S. senatorial candidate, Congressman Connie Mack IV (R-Florida).