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Razzi Snap: Alicia Silverstone Backs Obama's Global Warming Policies

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alicia silverstone barack obamaAlicia Silverstone has been joining Matt Damon on the Obama campaign trail in Florida to help get out the vote for the Democratic Presidential nominee. In a recent conference call with the media, Silverstone promoted Obama’s global warming policies and revealed her reasons for backing him saying, “I was impressed when I heard him talking about how we give corporations free rides regarding their use of the environment,” Silverstone said. “Obama will make corporations pay for the harmful emissions that they put into the air and keep corporations responsible.” [Read more…]

Actress Cate Blanchett walked the green carpet in Sydney, Australia today for the premiere of the new environmental documentary Telling The Truth. The film follows seven presenters, personally trained by former US vice president Al Gore as part of the Climate Project. [Read more…]

Could Ugly Betty’s Wilhelmina Slater be the next Cruella De Vil? [See more…]

Hilary Swank wasn’t the only new celeb to pick up a BMW H7. Actor Tobey Maguire was also spotted burning the hydrogen while out in LA the other day. [Read more…]

John McCain on Barack Obama’s concerns regarding nuclear power: “You know, the other night in the debate with Senator Obama, I said his eloquence is admirable, but pay attention to his words. We talk about offshore drilling and he said he would quote, consider, offshore drilling. We talked about nuclear power, well it has to be safe, environment, blah, blah, blah.” Could McCain be any less presidential? [Read more…]

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