Andrea Peyser
March 16, 2019 Comments.. 124
Celebutards In the tradition of People Who Are Screwing Up America conservative New York Post columnist Peyser takes aim at the liberal movie stars politicians and public figures that she claims are pollut

  • Title: Celebutards
  • Author: Andrea Peyser
  • ISBN: 9780806531106
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the tradition of 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America, conservative New York Post columnist Peyser takes aim at the liberal movie stars, politicians, and public figures that she claims are polluting the integrity and morality of American society.

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    1. Marvin says:

      A truly repulsive book. Andrea Peyser is a columnist with the New York "Headless Body Found in Topless Bar" Post who doesn't know the difference between a celebrity (Tom Cruise), a documentary filmmaker (Michael Moore), a international journalist (Christiane Amanpour), politicians and statesmen (Jimmy Carter, Al Gore, Et al), and a newspaper (New York Times). What do these people and others in Peyser's vicious little book have in common? Peyser states it is that they are "lazy and egotistical st [...]

    2. Teri says:

      A round of applause to Andrea Peyser. Many unbelievable quotes from various celebrities. Background information is given and actions are put in perspective. Very humorous at times. Peyser is a talented writer. Just a lesson for many to be careful who you put on a pedestal and who you get your information from.

    3. David Peters says:

      Why I read ItMaking fun of egotistical Hollywood celebrities who believe their opinions on world politics are like the gifts from the Gods to us peons down below. What’s not to love?The GoodIn a short few pages the author decimates the credibility of the major players of the politically active Hollywood set. I love this quote by Mimi Rogers talking about her ex-husband Tom Cruise. "He was seriously thinking of becoming a monk," Rogers told Playboy. "He thought he had to be celibate to maintain [...]

    4. Kara says:

      I know the title of this book may be offensive to some, but it was really the subtitle ("The Hollywood Hacks, Limousine Liberals, and Pandering Politicians Who Are Destroying America") and the cover photo that caused me to check it out of the library. The author explains her rather unusual word choice at the beginning of the book and uses it throughout, so be warned if you don't like it.My husband and I argued whether her tone was too strident (he read only a couple of pages about Jimmy Carter) [...]

    5. Gail says:

      It is hard to take seriously an author who lumps Paris Hilton, Madonna, George Clooney and Streisand with President Carter and Al Gore in her definition of a celebutard. I would totally agree with her on celebrity types often being airheads and not suitably informed to be our authorities on serious issues, but its very funny that she doesn't see Bill O'reilly, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter (all who endorsed her book) or Rush as Clebutards.Celebutard definition (1) a famous person with a grandose not [...]

    6. Shannon says:

      I am only on page 75 of this book but I love, love, love it! Really, it's amazing the things that come out of some of these idiots mouths and they ACTUALLY BELIEVE what they are saying! I've actually found myself laughing out loud (and talking to myself - uh oh!) The only scary thing is the fact that by virtue of their fame they have a platform from which to spew all of their garbage (and unfortunately there are some people out there who are gullible enough to beleive it!) - I will let you all k [...]

    7. Lizabeth Tucker says:

      Subtitled: The Hollywood Hacks, Limousine Liberals, and Pandering Politicians Who Are Destroying AmericaAn admittedly slanted look at celebrities who believe being famous and/or rich makes them experts who should be listened to regarding their pet projects. The term Celebutard is from celebrity, debutante, and retard.Each chapter focuses on a particular individual, giving a look at their biography, education, and moving to what makes them a celebutard, using direct quotes. Some of the people inc [...]

    8. Carla JFCL says:

      I was interested in this book because I wanted information about some of the things the various people the author talks about have allegedly said or done. Although I did learn some new things, the author’s pettiness at times and her snarky tone throughout pretty much undermine the points she is trying to make - some of which are legitimate, and some of which aren’t. I’m glad I read it; I’m also glad I didn’t pay for it (I picked it up for my Kindle during the short time it was offered [...]

    9. Cynthia says:

      This book exposes many a celebrity (and others) for their ridiculous beliefs and public comments. Why do we give any actor a soapbox just because they are famous? Are they smarter than me or the average American? Far from it, in fact, they are mostly weirdos. Ms. Peyser does a good job of documenting the Hollywood nuts. I didn't agree with everything she said, but for the most part, she makes some good points. She was very thorough, and in some cases too thorough in exposing these actors and the [...]

    10. Sarah says:

      An absolute waste of time, and offensive. She did her research while waiting in line at the grocery store apparently. I can do as much myself. There wasn't anything witty or revealing. Ridiculous that she can have such a long list of starlets and statesmen and leave out the biggest twit of them all - Sarah Palin. Glad this was a free kindle book, and very short. Not worth the time or money otherwise.

    11. Lisa says:

      I agree with her list of 'celebutards' and she even brought up some I hadn't thought about such as Jimmy Carter and Oprah. A lot of the chapters were pretty skimpy and I wish they had been better developed.

    12. Wendy says:

      didn't finish.while I have no doubt that I agree with her assessment on some points, the fact that her MAIN problem with some people is the dreadful misspellings on their blogs. Really? A whole chapter dedicated to that?Not worth my time.

    13. Meags says:

      This book is awful. I only read it because I needed something vapid to read after "We Need to Talk About Kevin". The author clearly is just jealous of celebrities and politicians, and needs to get a life.

    14. Shelley says:

      Amusing- had me laughing- so glad someone finally wrote what I have been thinking about Hollywood and its inhabitants!!!

    15. Lori says:

      Want to know about the infestations in Hollywood and Washington? This is an interesting book showing the "dangers and stupidities of the celebutard set"

    16. Jason says:

      Don't waste your time with this garbage. An truly horrible book.

    17. Julie Wilson says:

      The biggest piece of crap I have ever read. She buys into every republican statement

    18. Donna says:

      Biased right wing rhetoric

    19. Nancy says:

      Got 50% through and couldn't do any moreimmed the rest

    20. Peter says:

      Silly, immature and sophomoric. It is a quick read, but not any kind of politically insightful read.

    21. Monica Turcich says:

      Argh. What a moron.

    22. Lauren Mackey says:

      It just didn't go far enough in. I agree that celebs should not be doted on as a source of info, but she only devoted on average, 2 pages per celebrity.

    23. Jodi says:

      I honestly cannot believe that I read this book. It was pretty pointless and a bit offensive at times, but I've read worse. I'm sure my conservative friends would have a blast reading it.

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