Poor James Woods. It must be hard, falling from the giddy heights of social relevance on Family Guy into the basement of angry Twittering about Al Sharpton. Yes, there was truly a day when James Woods mattered; when James Woods had it all. James Woods was nobody’s patsy, and nobody told James Woods where to sit at the Olive Garden. A POX on the clattering cacophony of your table by the wine rack! It’s the window seat for James Woods, por favor in Italian!
But the Gods of fame are fickle. One day you’re fighting an animated chicken at 11 p.m. on weeknights, and the next you’re left to the lowest common denominator of relevancy possible: complaining about the President, and whining because nobody’s listening to you. Obviously, there’s a pretty healthy Twitter industry in that these days…but at some point, even the most desperate of would-be reborns must concede that there’s a diminishing return, a limit to the effectiveness of fame wh*ring on social media. And…this is pretty much it.
James Woods of Olive Garden fame is one of many who have contracted Obamaphobia, a condition complicated by a healthy dose of Islamitis. Woods has long contended that Obama is a secret Muslim working for…whoever Muslims work for…and is working to undermine the sanctity of Christian America. Apparently, not even a heartfelt speech on Christmas was enough to dissuade James Woods from his entrenched beliefs.
Now, some might say “So what if Obama WERE a Muslim?”
And that would be a viable question. More Americans are killed by self-proclaimed Christians than anyone else. Let us know when that comes up on Twitter.
But, we all know that’s irrelevant. Because the conservative mindset sees threats from without (no matter how minute they may be) as inherently more dangerous than threats from within. Threats like the police, of whom James Woods is an ardent supporter.
You can find James Woods’ pro-police, anti-Muslim and anti-Obama messages on Twitter, where he spends the majority of his time hating Al Sharpton and bemoaning the secretly communist media. With the exception of Fox, clearly. It’s not a paying gig, but you know how it is…
You can’t stay on Family Guy forever.