Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Polanski vs. Lowe

Scumbags. It doesn't matter what profession they have or how much money they have, they're all the same. Or are they?

Director Roman Polanski sits in a Swiss jail awaiting extradition to the U.S. to face charges of statutory rape stemming from the 1970's. The director of "Rosemary's Baby" and widower of Sharon Tate, who was killed by the Manson family, jumped bail 30 years ago and fled the country after pleading guilty to statutory rape of a then 13-year-old girl.

The girl gave testimony before a grand jury claiming that Polanski gave her champagne and a sedative before forcefully sodomizing her. Those charges were dropped in exchange for his guilty plea on the statutory rape charge. Fearing a harsh sentence from the judge, Roman skipped town and was just recently arrested in Switzerland.

The Hollywood elite has now come to the rescue of Roman Polanski, calling for the D.A.'s office to just look the other way. Actors from Harrison Ford and Debra Winger to directors with names like Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese have all signed a petition to release this pedophile. Whoopi Goldberg, liberal elite mushhead, even used her position as co-host of "The View" to poo poo the situation.

"I know it wasn't 'rape' rape. I think it was something else, but I don't believe it was 'rape' rape," said Goldberg.

What the hell does that mean? Define "'rape' rape" for me, Ms. Goldberg. I thought you feministas defined rape as anytime a man coerces a female into sex. This fits, does it not?

Now let's compare all this hoopla with a situation that actor Rob Lowe found himself in y
ears ago.

Lowe, a member of the 80's "Brat Pack" and one of the stars of "St. Elmo's Fire", was
caught on videotape having sexual relations with a 15-year-old girl. While the young girl on the video seemed to be a willing participant, Lowe was dragged through the mud. Not one celebrity signed a petition in support of him, and he went from the "A" to "B" list. He appeared in movies such as "Tommy Boy", "Wayne's World", and the television miniseries "The Stand", but he never went back to being the big box office draw he had been prior to the release of the tape.

So now the question remains: What makes Polanski bulletproof in the eyes of Hollywood? Let's be honest. Rob Lowe was wrong for having sex with a minor, but his actions pale in comparison to Roman Polanski. Why the complete 180 in this situation?

As many callers into Hannity's show pointed out today, had this been a Catholic priest who had been accused of such a heinous act, the left would be staying on this until the priest was ousted and jailed. What makes Polanski different?

I think Brad Paisley has the answer.


WomanHonorThyself said...

great overview of this horror girl..thanks for shedding the light!

blackandgoldfan said...

Thanks, Angel! The man is a sick freak. And that light is just my stellar personality! :-D

Amusing Bunni said...

Hi B& G! This guy makes my skin crawl. He should have been jailed for life when he did this years ago.

I can't believe all the hollywierd nutters are sticking up for this sicko! These liberals are just plain evil.
Thanks for posting and letting us know.

I added another video to my cute kitties post, I couldn't resist. It will cheer you up, it's a playdate after they got busted for running the cat house.

blackandgoldfan said...

Hi Chickie! I'll be over very shortly to see the kitties. I need a smile and some cheering up this evening. Family is stressing me out!!! Thanks, hon!

Dr. Dave said...

I'd just suggest that Whoopi be the subject of rape-rape, and then give us her "educated guess" as to what that then-13 year-old has had to live with all these years. Oh...and if she were my daughter? I would have hunted Polanski down and ate his liver with a nice Chianti and some favre beans.

blackandgoldfan said...

Dr. Dave: Excellent idea! Of course Whoopi would probably love the opportunity to get her movie career back on track.

If it had been my daughter??? While I admire your approach, Polanski wouldn't have had to worry about fleeing the country. They would've taken him out of the courthouse in a body bag.