The Hollywood tough-guy spoke out about his political views in a candid interview with Britain's GQ magazine, and admits he doesn't understand why so many people blame Bush for a string of world issues - including Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism in the West.Kidding, I would have seen it for Marisa Tomei's performance if at all. And I'm glad celebrities- of whichever kind- are speaking out pro-Bush. It's unusual, and refreshing.
And the actor, who claims he didn't follow last year's (08) historic U.S. election battle between Barack Obama and John McCain, urges the public to consider the tremendous pressure the controversial president was under following the terror attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001.
He tells the publication, "President Bush was in the wrong place at the wrong time, I don't know how anyone could have handled this situation.
"It's too easy to blame everything on one guy. These are unpredictable, dangerous times, and I don't think that anyone really knows quite what to do."
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Maybe I will see his movie
Actor MICKEY ROURKE sympathises with U.S. President GEORGE W. BUSH