So here I am, up late (as usual) doing a bunch of catch-up reading and work, and for some reason I haven't changed the channel from MSNBC with their little Scarborough & Reagan "After Hours" show when who would Joe and Ron start interviewing but none other than the most pathetic Baldwin brother, Stephen. I don't get it -- I don't think he's been fired yet from his gig as the new host of Sci-Fi's Scare Tactics, but there he was after midnight standing with the MSNBC onlookers in Herald Square saying, "Fuck you Alec and Billy. You go on with your whole Creative Coalition liberal agenda. I'm with God." Or something to that affect.
It must be little brother syndrome, right? I mean, he stood there being all coy in the stupid way only he could -- stating his allegiance to Bush but refusing to actually say anything but "there's one candidate" rather than his name. Essentially, he's such a Christian now that he wants his President to make every decision based on his faith in the big G. And the scary thing is, I'm just barely paraphrasing. Here, let me quote for you:
Baldwin: If I think about the two possible candidates, I believe that one of these guys has been much more verbal and much more outward about their belief system and the way they believe and their outwardness and their relationship in God. And I'm just somebody that thinks that that's the guy I should vote for. And I should get out there and ... Hey, four-million Christians didn't vote in the last Presidential election that was determined by less than 500,000 votes.
Scarborough: So what do you want John Kerry -- you're not naming names, so let me name names. So what would you want John Kerry to say to you to earn your vote?
Baldwin: Ooh, that's a good one. (Grin & Pause) Ooh, you got me there buddy.
Reagan: (John Kerry) is Catholic. He is Catholic and attends mass most Sundays.
Baldwin: Well that's true. That's true. Well, I'm going to answer that by saying this. If I believed that John Kerry was somebody who shared in the same faith that I do the way I do and absolutely allowed all of his decisions to be led and determined by his faith in God, then I would probably vote for him.
Holy shit, Baldwins. What happened to your brother? He can't blame this nuttiness on Pauly Shore. Is he this desperate to not be known as the dumbass baby Baldwin? Doesn't somebody think an intervention is in order? It's obviously just a cry for help, right? I'm guessing Ron Reagan Jr. thought so. The smiling-look-of-disbelief was on his face as every single word exited Baldwin's yapping trap.
Please Stephen: just head back to your quiet life in Arizona and stop pretending that anybody cares what you think or say. In fact, your brothers aren't even so famous anymore, so that inferiority complex of yours can just go away. Really, we'll forgive you, as soon as you stop saying really stupid-ass shit.