GIs don’t get stunt doubles or second takes

Conservative actor Bruce Willis is mad as hell and he’™s not going to take it anymore. After recently rubbing elbow’™s with the military’™s elite Deuce Four and a former Green Beret embedded blogger, Willis says it’™s his duty to come out swinging for the troops. In a move that he sees as being both a [...]

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Conservative actor Bruce Willis is mad as hell and he’™s not going to take it anymore. After recently rubbing elbow’™s with the military’™s elite Deuce Four and a former Green Beret embedded blogger, Willis says it’™s his duty to come out swinging for the troops. In a move that he sees as being both a morale booster and an opportunity to bolster negative public opinion, Willis is going to put his money, and his mug, into a flag-waving, pro-Iraq war flick.

The 50-year-old actor said that he was in talks about a film of ï–¿–½these guys who do what they are asked to for very little money to defend and fight for what they consider to be freedomï–¿–½.

Unlike many Hollywood stars Willis supports the war and recently offered a $1m (about ï–¿–½583,000) bounty for the capture of any of Al-Qaedaï–¿–½s most wanted leaders such as Osama Bin Laden, Ayman Al-Zawahiri or Abu Musab al- Zarqawi, its commander in Iraq. Willis visited the war zone with his rock and blues band, the Accelerators, in 2003′¦

Willis said it would be wrong for Americans to give up on Iraq just as progress is being made.

I wonder who he will cast in the role of military ethicist, Col. Ted Westhusing. The 44-year-old father and West Point professor who volunteered to serve and whose suspicious suicide occurred after he reported corruption and human rights abuses by military contractors in Iraq, ones he claimed were overpaid.
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Monday, November 28th, 2005 by Richard Blair |
Category: Iraq,Permalink

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