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Bill Kristol Will Debate Matt Damon About Iraq War
Apparently, Matt Damon has been dipping into politics a little too much nowadays. In a Miami Herald Interview Matt Damon insulted Bill Kristol, Weekly Standard Editor and New York Times Columnist, by saying: "He's an idiot — he wrote that we should be grateful to George Bush because he won the Iraq war. We! Won! The! War!"
Matt Damon, who hasn't won an academy award since 1997 regardless of his popularity and has dropped out of his English studies in Harvard has the audacity to talk about politics.
During the election cycle Matt Damon disrespected McCain and insulted Palin by saying "You do the actuary tables, there's a one out of three chance, if not more, that McCain doesn't survive his first term, and it'll be President Palin... It's absurd."
If you thought arguing with your liberal professor was annoying, imagine the pain Bill Kristol has to go through in debating Matt Damon, liberal-activist/Big-Hollywood-Star.
Now this is a fairly interesting quote from that Miami Herald interview:
"Look, the best line about torture I’ve heard came from [retired CIA officer turned war-on-terrorism critic] Milt Beardon," Damon says. "He said, ‘If a guy knows where a dirty bomb is hidden that’s going to go off in a Marriott, put me in a room with him and I’ll find out. But don’t codify that. Just let me break the law.’
"Which I think is right. You can’t legalize torture. But anybody would do it in that situation. You’d do it to me in that situation; you’d pull out my fingernails if you thought I knew something like that."
So, Matt Damon approves of torture as long as you say it's illegal. However, he disapproves of Bush that made this possible.