Poor Kirk Cameron! August 26, 2007Posted by Evil Bender in Humor, Religion, wingnuts.
That’s right, everybody’s
vote for most annoying favorite sitcom star turned wingnut is back again, and this time he’s upset that people don’t want to hire him to be in productions not funded by Tim LaHaye:
But Cameron says his priorities are very clear: God, family, career — in that order.
He says those decisions have had negative consequences for his career.
“I had one producer in a meeting discussing a movie say, ‘So I hear you’ve got content issues.’ You know, absolutely I’ve got content issues,” Cameron says. “What I would say is I’ve got convictions. I’ve got priorities. If someone was asking me to do something that would compromise my relationship with my wife I wouldn’t do that; if that’s going to hurt my marriage, I’m not going to do that. If it’s going to hurt my kids, I’m not going to do that and I take it a step further and say if this is going to hurt someone else’s kids, I don’t want to be a part of that.”
“It’s about personal integrity,” he says, “that’s all.”
Cameron says he’d love to do non-religious films and TV again, but at times it’s difficult to convince producers that while he has found Jesus, he hasn’t lost his sense of humor.
One is tempted to say lack of talent might have some part to play in this too, but Lindsay Lohan keeps getting work, so maybe that’s not fair. But why would Cameron suspect that people think he’s lost his sense of humor? Maybe because of the bullshit lies he tells about those for whom he wants to work:
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So, he accuses Hollywood of hating Christianity* and then turns around and laments that Hollywood producers don’t want to give his fundamentalist ass a job? In related news, spitting on your would-be employer during a job interview isn’t a great way to get work.
But perhaps I’m being unfair to Cameron. Maybe he does have a sense of humor. After all, his “bananas are proof of God’s existence” bit was the funniest thing I’ve seen in years.
*Why is Hollywood always a unified block for these people? I can’t imagine it has anything to do with stereotypes about Jewish people.