Comedienne-turned-peace-activist Janeane Garofalo offered
a stunning admission on Sunday, explaining that she and her fellow anti-war
protesters didn’t stage huge demonstrations when President Clinton launched
attacks on Iraq, Bosnia, Afghanistan and the Sudan because "it wasn’t very
hip" to protest the former president.
Interesting, I didn’t realize that the word hip meant "Republican President
Asked by "Fox News Sunday’s" Tony Snow why
peace protesters like herself didn’t object to Clinton’s wars, Garofalo explained:
"I absolutely did. I did not support Operation Desert
Fox. It’s just that you didn’t know me very well back then. Nobody really was
interested in listening to me back then."
Well at least some things never change, nobody is still really interested
in what you have she has to say.
Garofalo went on to claim that Hollywood actors Susan
Sarandon and Tim Robbins led protests against Clinton’s 1998 Iraq attack, saying
that "there was a lot of protest, just as there was against the first Gulf
A Lexis-Nexis search for December 1998, the month Clinton
bombed the daylights out of Baghdad, failed to turn up a single report that
mentioned either Sarandon or Robbins protesting the attacks.