Stephen Baldwin knows a thing or two about Hollywood politics, and he says he has it on good authority that Tinseltown’s liberals don't like what they've seen from President Obama.
"I know from my brothers and their constituency, there is a large number of people who supported the progressive liberal cause through Barack Obama, who are extremely dissatisfied with what's happening," Baldwin told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
Baldwin, one of four brothers who have acted professionally in major Hollywood films, said he hopes the rest of the country is fed up with Obama too.
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"Hopefully the two terms of Barack Obama can be a lesson to America," Baldwin said. "If it's not, then America gets what it deserves."
Asked about Bill Maher's satirical rant against God last week on his HBO show "Real Time with Bill Maher," Baldwin, who says he is a born-again Christian, said outbursts like that
don'’t bother him as much as they used to.
"People who have his perception are usually people who think they're smarter than everyone else, want what they want, and don't care what anyone else thinks," Baldwin said.
"As a Christian, outspoken, involved in ministry, I'm no longer going to take the bait from the devil out of the mouth of Bill Maher because really, if I'm walking my walk and talking my talk correctly, what matters most to me is that Bill Maher had the opportunity to receive the truth that is the Christian faith."
Maher's rant was prompted by the release of the new Russell Crowe film "Noah," based on the Biblical account of Noah and the Ark. Baldwin said he is happy about what he sees as a resurgence of Christian-themed movies in Hollywood.
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