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Demi and Ashton's Campaign Hits Iowa

Demi and Ashton's Campaign Hits Iowa

After another Friday afternoon coaching his team, Ashton Kutcher joined Demi Moore at Iowa State University for the Vote Early For Change Rally on Saturday. The happy couple is traveling around Ashton's home state talking to university students about their support for Barack Obama and the importance of voting. Demi said, "That's what scares me, that if we have another four years of what I call the same dance, a different partner, that's not a dance I want to show up to." It was another big weekend for politics all around — wonder if the busy duo still found time to catch Friday's debate or Tina Fey back as Sarah Palin on SNL.


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tiabia tiabia 7 years
Talk about someone getting attacked from "every side"...WOW...just...WOW!!! :-(
tiabia tiabia 7 years
Talk about someone getting attacked from "every side"...WOW...just...WOW!!!:-(
Mykie7 Mykie7 7 years
And people wonder why I don't like posting in political public posts anymore. LOL The ignorance of some never ceases to amaze me.
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 7 years
:rotfl: Organic. You made me LOL!
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 7 years
:rotfl: Organic. You made me LOL!
organicsugr organicsugr 7 years
The path to the dark side, prejudice and hate are.
Michelann Michelann 7 years
It's a shame that <i>all</i> Europeans think <i>all</i> Americans are dumb. I certainly hope that Americans aren't rude enough or judgmental enough to have sweeping prejudices about the intelligence of an entire nation.
Michelann Michelann 7 years
It's a shame that all Europeans think all Americans are dumb. I certainly hope that Americans aren't rude enough or judgmental enough to have sweeping prejudices about the intelligence of an entire nation.
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 7 years
I agree Hotlanta! Many countries may hate us or disagree with us but when they need help (usually MONEY) they run to us the good ole USA! I honestly don't care what you think or whatever else anybody overseas may think. I personally believe that this country is the BEST country in the world and you calling "All Americans" dumb is rude and uncalled for. You have no right to generalize all of us. We were simply stating our opinions on here in a mature respectful manner. I don't think you would like it if we called "All Europeans" dumb. Please be respectful and try to be more informed next time.
sarah_bellum sarah_bellum 7 years
Big surprise, a European with a superiority complex...:OY:And how are we the ones who are stupid when you go around posting incorrect information with the attitude that you are enlightening us all on a subject you clearly do not grasp?
sarah_bellum sarah_bellum 7 years
Big surprise, a European with a superiority complex... :OY: And how are we the ones who are stupid when you go around posting incorrect information with the attitude that you are enlightening us all on a subject you clearly do not grasp?
MrsJamesTKirk MrsJamesTKirk 7 years
Um, Daisy? You do know that John McCain was given the chance to go home and didn't take it, right? Because other soldiers had gotten there before him and he thought it was unfair? Because he didn't want the Vietnamese to use his release as propaganda for their cause? Even though he was brutally tortured and his body is still messed up to this very day (which is, incidentally, why he can't use a computer--nice job on that ad, Obama camp!)? Not to mention that, unlike certain other former presidential hopefuls, he served his time in Vietnam, but didn't come back and bad-mouth and undermine the efforts of his fellow soldiers. He came back and continues to serve his country and fellow veterans and soldiers to this very day by doing what he thinks is best, regardless of what others think of him (even members of his own party--many of whom were only grudgingly voting for him before Sarah Palin was put on the ticket.) I get not agreeing with John McCain's policies, but I really didn't think anyone would question his patriotism. That's just a tad extreme.
MrsJamesTKirk MrsJamesTKirk 7 years
Um, Daisy? You do know that John McCain was given the chance to go home and didn't take it, right? Because other soldiers had gotten there before him and he thought it was unfair? Because he didn't want the Vietnamese to use his release as propaganda for their cause? Even though he was brutally tortured and his body is still messed up to this very day (which is, incidentally, why he can't use a computer--nice job on that ad, Obama camp!)? Not to mention that, unlike certain other former presidential hopefuls, he served his time in Vietnam, but didn't come back and bad-mouth and undermine the efforts of his fellow soldiers. He came back and continues to serve his country and fellow veterans and soldiers to this very day by doing what he thinks is best, regardless of what others think of him (even members of his own party--many of whom were only grudgingly voting for him before Sarah Palin was put on the ticket.) I get not agreeing with John McCain's policies, but I really didn't think anyone would question his patriotism. That's just a tad extreme.
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 7 years
:irk: I agree Sarah.
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 7 years
:irk: I agree Sarah.
sarah_bellum sarah_bellum 7 years
Daisy, I find if laughable that you are critical of McCain's education. The luxury to be completely ungrateful and ignorant of the sacrifices made on your behalf was made possible by people like him who have put on the uniform of this country while you sit at home and contemplate your next trip to Starbucks. It's also funny that the way you define someone showing that they love their country is something ultimately self-serving that requires no inherent physical risk or great sacrifice. I'll let all the 21 year old binge-drinking trust fund students at UC Berkeley know that they're love of country is greater than the 21 year old grunts dodging IED's in Afghanistan.
sarah_bellum sarah_bellum 7 years
Daisy,I find if laughable that you are critical of McCain's education. The luxury to be completely ungrateful and ignorant of the sacrifices made on your behalf was made possible by people like him who have put on the uniform of this country while you sit at home and contemplate your next trip to Starbucks.It's also funny that the way you define someone showing that they love their country is something ultimately self-serving that requires no inherent physical risk or great sacrifice. I'll let all the 21 year old binge-drinking trust fund students at UC Berkeley know that they're love of country is greater than the 21 year old grunts dodging IED's in Afghanistan.
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 7 years
Daisy, I don't have time to get into your comments right now. I am floored by them. Let me put my daughter to bed then I will respond.
Mykie7 Mykie7 7 years
:ROTFL:
DaisyDaisy DaisyDaisy 7 years
POPgoesthe Weasel, seriously??? Since when being captured and spending 5 years in prison constitues patriotism? This man, let me remind you, graduated at the very bottom of his class. If he studied harder and applied himself to education, he would have been more equipped in skills and knowledge to serve his country better. And that would show his love to this country. And maybe it is time to retire now. he's 72 years old, for god's sake. What does he think he can do?? I'm afraid it is too late.
DaisyDaisy DaisyDaisy 7 years
POPgoesthe Weasel, seriously??? Since when being captured and spending 5 years in prison constitues patriotism? This man, let me remind you, graduated at the very bottom of his class. If he studied harder and applied himself to education, he would have been more equipped in skills and knowledge to serve his country better.And that would show his love to this country.And maybe it is time to retire now. he's 72 years old, for god's sake. What does he think he can do?? I'm afraid it is too late.
Mykie7 Mykie7 7 years
Yeah, cuz these two are who I want endorsing ME when I run for president. And Asa WHAT? You read an article that Rumer and Ashton had an affair? Wouldn't surprise me, but HUH?
asa1 asa1 7 years
ashton and demi still pluggig along...kind of grown on me.. rumer said that ashton was her crush...and she had a poster of him on her wall..a couple of years later demi took a liking to him..weird she apparently told someone that she found out about the 2 of them when she came home late one night and caught them naked and playing with a garden hose..lol
Community-Manager Community-Manager 7 years
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DaisyDaisy DaisyDaisy 7 years
I see that some comments were removed. Good job, Popsugar! so much for a freedom of speech..
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