Sunday, July 19, 2009

Celebutard Nitwit: 'I Hate the World Without Walter Cronkite'

There's an obvious solution to your misery, George. You're bright guy. You can figure it out.
George Clooney, Hollywood's unofficial spokesman for everything, was among the first to pay tribute to that other great voice of a generation, Walter Cronkite.

"He was the most important voice in our lives for thirty years," the Oscar winner, who delved into the history of the CBS newsroom when he directed and costarred in Good Night and Good Luck, said in a statement Friday night.

"And that voice made people reach for the stars. I hate the world without Walter Cronkite. "
Dude, he read a TelePrompter. Get over it.

H/T Hot Air.

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