The Washington Times - November 16, 2007, 10:46AM
Hollywood conservatives
One high-profile celebrity, when asked about her political views, even had her lawyers declare “our client’s rights of privacy and other legally protectable intangible rights” and warn that she should not be labeled a Republican.\ \ \ So far, just a handful of actors have come forward to support Republican hopefuls.
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Teri Hatcher“Desperate Housewives,”called a Republican:
“Please be advised that Ms. Hatcher is not a Republican, but more importantly does not choose to have her political affiliation or viewpoints on any particular candidate or issue in the current presidential campaign included in your proposed article,” lawyer Barry W. Tyerman said in an e-mail.
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Democratic presidential contender John Edwards will become the first candidate to visit the Writers Guild picket lines, when he visits the NBC lot this Friday.\ According to the WGA, Edwards will appear outside NBC’s Burbank headquarters around 1:45 p.m.
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