Friday, April 20, 2007
Alec Baldwin Threatens
Own 11-Year Old Daughter
You don't have the brains or the decency as a human being. I don't give a damn that you're 12 years old, or 11 years old, or that you're a child, or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the ass who doesn't care about what you do as far as I'm concerned. You have humiliated me for the last time with this phone.
You've made me feel like s**t and you've made me feel like a fool over and over and over again. And this crap you pull on me with this G**damn phone situation that you would never dream of doing to your mother and you do it to me constantly and over and over again. I am going to get on a plane and I am going to come out there for the day and I am going to straighten your ass out when I see you. Do you understand me? I'm going to really make sure you get it. Then I'm going to get on a plane and I'm going to turn around and come home. So you'd better be ready Friday the 20th to meet with me. So I'm going to let you know just how I feel about what a rude little pig you really are. You are a rude, thoughtless little pig, OK?
Some might wonder why and how I could defend Baldwin for the above rant against his own daughter, especially considering he's a raving Liberal.
Look people, this is Alec Baldwin we're talking about. He's a National Treasure, one of the finest actors America has ever produced.
When thinking of great actors - people who are true artists in the profession - very few names immediately jump to mind. Gary Cooper, Marlon Brando and Robert DeNiro immediately come to mind. After naming them, if "Alec Baldwin" doesn't follow, well...then something is wrong with you.
Whether it's the title role in a Broadway production of "Hamlet" or bringing pathos to his character, the gruff but lovable Sgt. McDink in "Police Academy 27: The Fun Really Starts Now", Baldwin's mastery and subtle nuances as an actor are more than enough for us to forgive him and overlook his transgression of a screaming fit at his eleven year old daughter.
If we condemn him, are we not possibly eliminating or limiting the full, 100% potential of verve and energy Mr. Baldwin will put into his future roles? Do we not run the risk of witnessing a lackluster performance from Baldwin should he come to a Dinner or Hardware Store Theater near us? Can we take the chance that shaming Baldwin for his actions now may result in diminished future performance from him being cast, say, in an Henrik Ibsen play or as Willy Loman in "Death of A Salesman"? I think not...I think not...
It's simple compassion, folks, that's all. Take it easy on Mr. Baldwin because, you know, good Liberals like him know their proper parenting skills and represent the best of Democrat Family Values.
Funny how a "Talk to your enemy" Liberal like Baldwin can't handle it with an 11-year old??? Bwa ha ha ha.
And Dick, yeah, you're prob right on Bassinger not being the most amiable woman to go through a divorce with.
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