Pop Tarts Maria Conchita Alonso Sticks to Calling Sean Penn a Communist, Apologizes f

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    They had a steamy sex scene when they co-starred together in the 1988 flick “Colors,” but these days, the closest Maria Conchita Alonso and Sean Penn get is cursing each other out at the airport.
    The actors had jaws a-dropping at the American Airlines lost luggage area in LAX on Sunday after the Cuban-born Alonso approached Penn to question why he advocated support for controversial Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. According to Alonso, the argument intensified to the point where Penn, who had returned to the country from Haiti, called his former on-screen love interest “a pig,” to which she responded:


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    she should not have apologized. he's exactly what she said he was.
     
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    It would no doubt please Ms. Alonso VERY MUCH to be born in 1957 and called a pop tart!

    It is HIGH TIME our definition of pop tarts change to include mature women.
     
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    The real problem is that Republicans tend to lump things together.

    Communism is bad because there is a ruling class with absolute power. Which is exactly what Republicans want to make "corporations" by turning them into the "ruling class" and "maker of laws".

    Somehow, they've confused "Americans helping Americans" with communism. Take a look at communism. It's a failed ideology that says it's for the working class, but they create a "ruling class" and the majority of their population live in poverty, which is what Republicans are trying to do here and now.

    Saying you are for something isn't the same as "walking the walk". Republicans say they are against al Qaeda but let Bin Laden go and stopped looking for him. They say they are patriotic, but do nothing to help the country. They say they aren't racist but call the President of the United States a "man child" and "BOY king", which are just new words and phrases for "boy".
     
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    Chavez is not a Communist but a social democrat; therefore someone who supports him is (probably) not a Communist either.

    Cuban refugees, disproportionately taken from wealthy Cubans who lost out with the Castro revolution, are not exactly dispassionate on the subject, and Alonso is wrong.
     

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