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Ashton Kutcher; A Breath of Fresh Air from Hollywood

Posted by Steve Markowitz on November 8, 2013

Too often the wing-bats in Hollywood preach Progressive dribble purported to be for the benefit of the less fortunate, but whose philosophy has led to an increasing disparity between the wealthy and poor.  The Leftist mantra includes the theme that if one has not made it in America it is never the result of poor effort.

Actor Ashton Kutcher is one of the few of Hollywood’s younger set that has dared to go against conventional Leftist wisdom.  He was the subject of this Blog’s posting of August 20, 2013 that included a video clip of Kutcher receiving the Teen Choice Award.  In his acceptance speech Kutcher promoted the benefits of a good work ethic.

This week Kutcher was interviewed by Ellen DeGeneres on her television show.  Once again he admonished younger Americans of the dangers of the entitlement mentality stating: “There’s an entitlement that is starting to emerge that I think is unhealthy for people and unhealthy for our country.”

Kutcher’s message is not only appropriate due to content, but also by the way in which it is presented.  Politicians on the Right could learn from Kutcher’s demeanor on how to appropriately talk to America’s younger generation.

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