Now the actor Bruce Willis, who has been in a lot of movies I've liked, displays the same characteristic.
On the one hand he says, while backtracking about being a Republican in Hollywood,
I want less government intrusion. I want them to stop [expletive] on my money and your money and tax dollars that we give 50 percent of... every year. I want them to be fiscally responsible and I want these [expletive] lobbyists out of Washington.But then comes the usual reflex:
The 51-year-old action movie star fears little is being done to stop drug trafficking, and he's seriously thinking about challenging politicians to attack the problem head-on.So Willis wants government out of our lives, and he wants the government to stop being so wasteful, to stop taking so much of his money in taxes. In the same breath he also wants government to have an expensive, intrusive foreign policy, and he backs a failed, fabulously wasteful drug policy.
I'm talking also about going to Colombia and doing whatever it takes to end the cocaine trade.
Mr. Willis should consider the message offered by these real cops.
One of my favorite Willis flicks was The Sixth Sense, but ...