Stephen Baldwin calls out Barack Obama

In July, actor and Baldwin brother, Stephen Baldwin said if Barack Obama was elected, he would leave the country and move to Canada. Baldwin was quoted in the New York Post today as going a few steps further and, while at a gym with his good friend Michael Lohan, calling Barack Obama a “cultural terrorist” and challenging him to a fist fight.

“I’d like to knock some good sense into Barack,” Alec’s right-wing bro said at the Printing House Gym in the Village. “I wouldn’t hurt him. But if he wins the election, he’ll hurt me. He’s a cultural terrorist.”

[From The New York Post]

“Cultural terrorist,” I don’t even know what that means, but I sense a new Republican rally outburst coming. That word seems to bring the crazy out in what McCain called the “fringe peoples”. The New York Post’s Page Six went further into Baldwin’s comment with his belief that his beat down would change Obama’s party affiliation, as well as his fear of getting in the ring with VP nominee, Sarah Palin.

“I think by the time I’m done with him, he’ll be a Republican,” Baldwin crowed as he sat ringside in a Manhattan gym with pal Michael Lohan, who’s training for a charity fight. As for going a few rounds with Sarah Palin, Baldwin scoffed, “Oh, I wouldn’t fight the Barricuda Bear, c’mon. You see her shoot that gun the other day? C’mon!”

[From NYPost Page Six]

This is a prime example of a celebrity not doing a candidate any favors by opening their mouth. Baldwin sounds like he’s being facetious, but he’s not, and that’s the problem. Calling out a Presidential nominee doesn’t make you sound like the brightest crayon in the box, and calling Sarah Palin “the Barricuda Bear” just makes you sound stupid. It’s right up there with the idiocy of the fringe peoples yelling threats at rallies. I’m not saying his politics are stupid, I’m saying the way he’s expressing them is stupid. C’mon, indeed!

For what has got to be the first time ever, Michael Lohan did not appear to make a statement of his own. Maybe sitting next to Stephen Baldwin was statement enough. It’s certainly enough to make me see what kind of company Baldwin keeps and in turn, take him even less seriously.

Stephen Baldwin is shown at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas on 7/19/08. Presidential candiate Barack Obama is shown on 7/10/08 in NY. credit: PRPhotos

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  1. geronimo says:

    Baldwin, from those pics, looks like he has serious constipation issues…which might account for the crap coming out of his mouth.

  2. xxzeon says:

    C’mon folks….who the hell is steven Baldwin in the first place!!!! He calls Barack a “cultural terrorist”(where do we locate the definition of such LOL)…judging by his acting carrer and the above pics…He’s a consistent “cultural loser” w/o having to win any election. Tune him out! The media has no business to even consider what SB says as being legitimate news~…unless, of course, it’s his obituary!!!!

  3. MSat says:

    He’s really creepy looking. And he hangs out with Michael Lohan. Why should anyone give a crap what he thinks? When was the last time he did ANYTHING?

  4. Kay says:

    Well I just stopped liking “Biodome”, and…. some other movie he did… :|

  5. blech. says:

    Kay, I believe the other movie he did was Sliver, but I could be wrong. :wink:

  6. GrnMtGirl says:

    Stephen’s closed mindedness and open mouth really irritates me :x

  7. daisy424 says:

    Sounds like it was a joke. I can’t stand ML, but what kind of company Baldwin keeps, could be said about many celebs.

  8. Spike says:

    What a complete and total asshat. Please move far away…

  9. Antony says:

    While I am certainly not a fan of Senator Obama, he has really long arms and Baldwin isn’t exactly the definition of “physically fit”.

  10. Kaiser says:

    Blech – Sliver was Billy Baldwin, I believe.

    Is Stephen the one with drug/alcohol problems?

    Anyhoo, whatever. Send the Secret Service in for a little “chat”… :o

  11. vdantev says:

    The least employed Baldwin has his head up his ass, no wonder he looks constipated. :roll:

  12. BillM says:

    Honestly, when you line up the Balwin brothers according to age, it’s like watching the ascent of man. Stephen is so poorly informed; he’s another example of ignorant and inflammatory bashing. He is the quintessential “ugly American” that is giving us a bad rep around the world. Does this guy know how to read?

  13. BillM says:

    What has to say about the Ayers connection and McCain’s campaign:

    “What we object to are the McCain-Palin campaign’s attempts to sway voters – in ads and on the stump – with false and misleading statements about the relationship, which was never “very close.” Obama never “lied” about this, just as he never bragged about it. The foundation they both worked with was hardly “radical.” And Ayers is more than a former “terrorist,” he’s also a well-known figure in the field of education.”

  14. Trace says:

    Stephen Baldwin is an evangelical, born-again Christian. As a Christian myself, this election has really got me depressed and disappointed. So many Americans are coming out of the woodworks proclaiming hateful and racist things towards Obama. How can these people claim to be Christians upholding Jesus’ example when they are so narrowminded and unaccepting of others? Jesus commanded his disciples to love all others, not just others who share your beliefs. I have been really disappointed in the Christianity establishment in America as of late, even in my own church. Sorry, if this has become more of a rant on religion and politics.

  15. BillM says:

    To Trace: I agree. I don’t understand why McCain continues to lie, and incite hate and violence. Does he want to win that badly?

    And Look at Sarah Palin. Here’s a woman with an abysmal record on environmental protection. She’s filed a lawsuit against the feds claming that polar bears must be removed from the endangered species list. Why? Because you can’t drill for oil in an area that’s inhabited by an endangered species. These creatures and the environment were beautiful and extraordinary gifts from God, yet she hasn’t an ounce of understanding or respect for them. She’s made false and misleading statements about Obama at rallies that incite fear and hatred, and does nothing to dissuade people who attend her rallies from yelling violent threats such as, “Kill him!” She has a quite reputation in Alaska for firing people who don’t agree with her. Palin also lied about how she earned the nickname of “Queen of Pork,” and the earmark funding for the bridge to nowhere and other state projects. She’s still trying to remove native Alaskan rights for hunting and fishing substinences to develop commercial hunting and fishing. And she calls herself a good “Christian”?

    Someone will have to explain this to me, because I just don’t get it.

  16. notprfect says:

    Cool! So if Obama wins, we get to have him for president AAAND stephen baldwin will move out of the country?!?! Sounds awesome to me! Go Obama!! :mrgreen:

  17. Orangeitjulius says:

    STFU chipmunk cheeks.

  18. V says:

    This guy doesnt even rank #1 in his own family. Who gives a crap (outside of the Secret Service) what he says? If anything, his offer to move to Canada is just another reason to vote for Obama.

  19. Feebee says:

    Stephen Baldwin appeared on Celebrity Apprentice and he is associated with one of the Lohans, two prime examples of cultural terrorism right there. This guy is so disgusting I’m surprised Alec hasn’t already punched him himself.

  20. anastasiabeaverhausen says:

    I hope Baldwin is packing his bags, LOL. What a loser.

  21. lee says:

    we do not want him in canada. :( having harper win the election again this week was bad enough.

    someone notify the border police. grrrrr.

  22. “I’d like to knock some good sense into Barack . . .” – as he is in the midst of training for a celebrity boxing match.

    How very Christian of him. :roll:

  23. Mike says:

    I, for one, would very much like to see Stephen Baldwin go to Canada. Stephen Baldwin is daring people to vote for Barack so this will happen. Now, you have no excuse not to vote for Obama. Go Stephen Baldwin! (Go to Canada, that is.)

  24. Natasha says:

    Oh please. Kind of like his brother Alec said he would move out of the country if Bush won? Well, Bush won and Alec (and susan sarandon and a handful of others) are still here despite their “threats” to leave.

  25. Gena says:

    If Stephen is so right-wing, I have NO idea why he would want to move to Canada, despite them having a Conservative in charge, if Barack is elected. First of all, they have free health care, and I thought Republicans shout “Socialism!” to such an idea. What an idiot. What a clueless man.

  26. pissoff says:

    In that case, it means a win for Barack is also a win for the entertainment industry.

  27. teresita says:

    :P I’ll help you pack your bags Stephen!!

  28. Ron says:

    What a tard. FYI Canada doesn’t want your usless ass either! Perhaps a lovely palazzo on the Tigress in Bagdad…

  29. Codzilla says:

    Gena: Very good point. Canada is hardly a right-winger’s paradise.

  30. lanette says:

    Baldwin is trash much like palin.

  31. mark says:

    It must be terribly difficult to be an idiot, suck in your gut and hold in a massive bowel movement at the same time.

  32. DrM says:

    Exsqueeze me? Since when do the Baldwins have any kind of legitimacy???

    Oh PS as a Canadian now residing in New Zealand I really wish Baldwin luck in moving to Canada. Firstly we wouldn’t want him and secondly our politics are very close to Obama’s…so we wouldn’t suit him anyway.

  33. Haystacks says:

    This guy moving away sounds like just another perk of Obama winning….besides getting a decent president.

    Though Canada has pretty strict immigration laws….you have to have a Job–So I doubt they will let Stephen Baldwin in.

  34. mtngirl says:

    Geronimo – too funny!

    It’s great that Stephen gave up drugs a few years back, too bad he obviously did too many and exchanged one addiction for another: being a religious extremist and an ignoramus.

    So glad he is moving out of the country – perhaps he can organize Sasquatch boxing matches.

    To Canada – American citizens apologize in advance!

  35. brianne says:

    haha, did anybody ever see the episode of family guy where alec baldwin has sore nipples from breast feeding his brothers? “make room for stephen guys, he’s the weakest” classic, if you haven’t seen it you should!

  36. Hollz says:

    We don’t want him!
    I don’t think he’s ever heard the saying
    ” The most Conservative Canadian, is still more Liberal then the most Liberal American”

    Harper may have won, but he didn’t get the majority he wanted! :mrgreen:

  37. Steve says:

    So with all the Steven Baldwin bashing – and tacky remarks (guess that’s expected of a site called ceelebitchy…)….. remember all the hollywood celebs threatened to move away to another country if Bush was elected/reelected???? NONE of them had the anatomy to keep their word. So sad, and these are people that Americans are supposed to look up to?????? Give me what is commonly known as “a break.”

  38. Louise says:

    I would loved to send Baldwin, Nuggent, Norris, Grammer all those McCain supporters to Iraq right to a middle of a fire fight. I would love to see that collection of Chicken Hawks in a fire fight. I wonder if they would be for McCain after they clean out their pants.

  39. Marit says:

    Ok Stephen, byeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, have a nice life in Canada