Monday, July 31, 2006

Just a couple of words for Mel Gibson


As my ol' pal Ian, the bartender at one of my favorite watering holes used to say...`Laddie, when the liquor's in, the truth comes out.'

I don't kick somebody when he's down, I wish Mel a swift recovery and the non-specific apology issued through his PR spokesman is fine..but if Braveheart really wants to make amends, I recommend he put in a call to Governator Arnold Schwartznegger and get a referral to a few worthy Jewish charities.

Actions always speak louder than words.

6 comments:

nazar said...

"I don't kick somebody when he's down, I wish Mel a swift recovery and the non-specific apology issued through his PR spokesman is fine..but if Braveheart really wants to make amends, I recommend he put in a call to Governator Arnold Schwartznegger and get a referral to a few worthy Jewish charities."

Or, better, yet, just send a nice fat check to the Pentagon. The guys in the military do more humanitarian work more effectively than 90% of the organizations out there.

louielouie said...

ahnold put all his eggs in a political basket with this one.
he is/will be on the outs with the self loathing liberal jooos in hollywood.
as for mel...........just wait, in a couple weeks lindsay lohan will be blasting the jooos in some drunken stooper.
the week after britney........
the week after..........
it's hollywood.

louielouie said...

off topic comment:
i can recognize/name toooooooooo many of the bottles in the photog you used for this comment.

Freedom Fighter said...

Two things..First,I also recognize a lot of the labels in this picture. What's more, I recognize the bar!

Second, the reason I mentioned Arnold Schwartznegger is because it is a little known but true fact that he has donated millions to Jewish charities..IMO to make amends for his father who was a Nazi Gauleiter in Austria.

I figure Mel could use a referral or two.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe you should have to make amends for your parents. They led their own lives before you came into existence.

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