It’s a good thing Esquire Magazine’s Sexiest Woman Alive, Mila Kunis, can get by on her looks because she clearly not a deep thinker:
In her interview with Esquire‘s Ross McCammon, Mila doesn’t talk about dating — Ashton Kutcher’s name doesn’t come up.
But she doesn’t shy away from getting political. “The way that Republicans attack women is so offensive to me. And the way they talk about religion is offensive. I may not be a practicing Jew, but why we gotta talk about Jesus all the time? And it’s baffling to me how a poor person in Georgia can say, ‘I’m a Republican.’ Why?”
Ms. Kunis, went on say “Some people don’t like to hear celebrities talk about politics.I don’t think I’m a celebrity. I’m a working actress. I think there’s a difference.” Hah, with all due respect to Ms. Kunis once you’ve made the cover of Esquire magazine as the “Sexiest Woman Alive” and stripped to your skivvies for a racy a photo and video shoot, you’ve crossed the line from “Working actress” to celebrity.
I can’t fault Ms. Kunis for being a Democrat, odds are she hasn’t been exposed to much conservative thought… Or what she has been exposed to has been filtered through the media and her peers and been branded as intolerant or extremist. The irony is Ms. Kunis’s remarks show that she is every bit as judgmental and intolerant as she claims Republicans are… something that probably escapes her.
Oh and Ms. Kunis the reason Republicans talk about religion is pretty simple. Horace Greeley explained it far more eloquently than I can “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith. It is impossible to enslave, mentally or socially, a Bible-reading people. The principles of the Bible are the groundwork of human freedom.”
Update: You can read the Esquire interview here.