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2012 List of Celebrity MARXISTS Supporting The obama regime


This list was compiled by wikipedia. It is, by NO MEANS, complete. Please refer to communist/socialist/marxist/racist/FASCIST  boycott list HERE and  HERE for more names, which may or may not be included on this 2012 list.

These are just SOME of the prominent MARXISTS in America.  NEVER, EVER  FORGET WHO AND WHAT THEY ARE, AND WHAT THEY’RE SUPPORTING.

List of Barack Obama presidential campaign endorsements, 2012
From Wikipedia

This is a list of prominent people or groups who formally endorsed or voiced support for President Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential re-election campaign during the Democratic Party primaries and the general election.

Campaign endorsements
U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents

Fmr. President Jimmy Carter[1]
Fmr. President Bill Clinton[2]

U.S. Senators
Current

Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO)[3]
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works and chairwoman of the Senate Select Committee on Ethics[4]
Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA)[5]
Sen. Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL)[6]
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), chairwoman of the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and chairwoman of the International Narcotics Control Caucus[7]
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN)[8]
Sen. John Kerry (D-MA)[9]
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)[10]
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT)[11]
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO)[12]
Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV)[13]
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)[14]
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), chairman of the Senate Rules Committee[15]
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH)[16]
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA)[17]
Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA)[18]

Former

Fmr. Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN), Fmr. Governor of Indiana[19]
Fmr. Sen. Jon Corzine (D-NJ), Fmr. Governor of New Jersey[20][21]
Fmr. Sen. Lincoln Chafee (R-RI), current Governor of Rhode Island (I-RI)[22]
Fmr. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI)[23]
Fmr. Sen. Bob Graham (D-FL), Fmr. Governor of Florida, 2004 Presidential Candidate[24]
Fmr. Sen. George Mitchell (D-ME)[25]
Fmr. Sen. Larry Pressler (R-SD)[26]

U.S. Representatives
Current

Rep. Jason Altmire (D-PA)[27]
Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA)[28]
Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA)[29]
Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA)[30]
Rep. Bob Brady (D-PA)[5]
Rep. Corinne Brown (D-FL)[31]
Rep. Lois Capps (D-CA)[32]
Rep. Dennis Cardoza (D-CA)[33]
Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA)[34]
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO)[35]
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN)[36]
Rep. Jim Costa (D-CA)[37]
Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT)[38]
Rep. Mark Critz (D-PA)[39]
Rep. Danny K. Davis (D-IL)[40]
Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro (D-CT)[41]
Rep. Michael F. Doyle (D-PA)[42]
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN)[43]
Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA)[44]
Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez (D-TX)[45]
Rep. Sam Farr (D-CA)[46]
Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA)[5]
Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT)[47]
Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA)[48]
Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL)[49]
Rep. John B. Larson (D-CT)[50]
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA)[51]
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA)[52]
Rep. Doris Matsui (D-CA)[53]
Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-CA)[54]
Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-CA)[55]
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Minority Leader & Fmr Speaker of the House[7]
Rep. Laura Richardson (D-CA)[56]
Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA)[57]
Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-CA)[58]
Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA)[59]
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL)[60]
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA)[61]
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee[5]
Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-PA)[62]
Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL)[63]
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA)[64]
Rep. Peter Stark (D-CA)[65]
Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA)[66]
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)[67]

Former

Fmr. Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL), Mayor of Chicago, and former White House Chief of Staff[68]
Fmr. Rep. Harold Ford (D-TN)[18]
Fmr. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ)[69]
Fmr. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-PA)[70]

Governors
Current

Gov. Neil Abercrombie (D-HI)[71]
Gov. Steve Beshear (D-KY)[72]
Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA)[73]
Gov. Lincoln Chafee (I-RI), former U.S. Senator (R-RI)[22]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY)[74]
Gov. Mark Dayton (D-MN)[75]
Gov. Chris Gregoire (D-WA)[75]
Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-CO)[76]
Gov. John Kitzhaber (D-OR)[77]
Gov. John Lynch (D-NH)
Gov. Dan Malloy (D-CT)[75]
Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-MD)[75]
Gov. Jack Markell (D-DE)[78]
Gov. Deval Patrick (D-MA)[79]
Gov. Beverly Perdue (D-NC)[80]
Gov. Pat Quinn (D-IL)[81]
Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-MT)[82]
Gov. Peter Shumlin (D-VT)[83]

Former

Fmr. Gov. and US Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN)[19]
Fmr. Gov Charlie Crist (I-FL); Republican while in office[84]
Fmr. Gov. and US Senator Jon Corzine (D-NJ)[20]
Fmr. Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT); Former Chairman of the DNC and 2004 Presidential Candidate[85]
Fmr. Gov. and US Senator Bob Graham (D-FL), 2004 Presidential Candidate[24]
Fmr. Gov. Jim Hunt (D-NC)[86]
Fmr. Gov. and Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine (D-VA)[87]
Fmr. Gov. Angus King (I-ME)[88]

National political figures and former cabinet officials

United States Ambassador to the Bahamas Nicole Avant[21]
United States Ambassador to Australia Jeff Bleich[21]
Richard A. Clarke[89]
Former Chairman of the DNC Howard Dean (D-VT); Fmr Governor of Vermont and 2004 Presidential Candidate[85]
Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, Mayor of Chicago and former US Representative of Illinois[68]
Former United States Ambassador to Singapore Steven J. Green, former CEO and Chairman of Samsonite Corporation[90]
United States Ambassador to Malta Douglas Kmiec, legal aide to former President Reagan[91]
Candace Gingrich, half-sister of Republican 2012 Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich[92]

Military

Wesley Clark, four star General (Ret), former Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO, 2004 presidential candidate[93]
Richard Danzig, former Secretary of the Navy[93]
Paul Eaton, Major General (Ret)[93]
Donald J. Guter, retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral, former Judge Advocate General of the Navy, current Dean, South Texas College of Law[94]
Michael D. Lumpkin[95]
John B. Nathman, retired U.S. Navy Admiral, co-chair of the campaign[96]

Mayors

Alexandria, VA Mayor William D. Euille[97]
Atlanta, GA Mayor Kasim Reed[98]
Baltimore, MD Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake[99]
Boston, MA Mayor Thomas Menino[100]
Charlotte, NC Mayor Anthony Foxx[101]
Chicago, IL Mayor Rahm Emanuel; former US Representative, and former White House Chief of Staff of Illinois[68]
Chicago, IL Former Mayor Richard M. Daley[102]
Denver, CO Mayor Michael Hancock[103]
Detroit, MI Mayor of Detroit Dave Bing[104]
Gainesville, FL Mayor Craig Lowe[105]
Houston, TX Mayor Annise Parker[106]
Jacksonville, FL Mayor Alvin Brown[107]
Los Angeles, CA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa[108]
Minneapolis, MN Mayor R.T. Rybak[109]
New Haven, CT Mayor John DeStefano, Jr.[110]
New Orleans, LA Mayor Mitch Landrieu[111]
New York, NY Former Mayor David Dinkins[112]
New York, NY Former Mayor Ed Koch[113]
Newark, NJ Mayor Cory Booker[114]
Orlando, FL Mayor Buddy Dyer[115]
Philadelphia, PA Mayor Michael Nutter[5]
San Antonio, TX Mayor Julian Castro[116]
San Francisco, CA Former Mayor Willie Brown[117]
Tampa, FL Mayor Bob Buckhorn[118]

State, local and territory officials

Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown (D-MD)[119]
State Rep. Lisa Brown
State Rep. Barb Byrum
Atty Gen. Kamala Harris (D-CA)[120]
State Rep. Mark Meadows (D-MI)[121]
State Rep. Heather Mizeur (D-MD)[122]
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA)[123]
State Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward (R-NY)[124]
Steve Westly, former California State Controller (D-CA)[21]

Publications

See: Newspaper endorsements in the United States presidential election, 2012
Business people

Jeffrey Brotman, Founder of Costco[125]
James Sinegal, Founder and former CEO of Costco[126]
Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO of salesforce.com[20]
Jon Corzine, Former CEO of Goldman Sachs, CEO and Chairman of MF Global, Former Governor of New Jersey and US Senator[20]
Ari Emanuel, CEO of William Morris Endeavor Entertainment[20]
Nathaniel Fick, CEO of the Center for a New American Security, author of One Bullet Away, a New York Times best seller[95]
Bill Gates, Microsoft founder and CEO[127]
David Geffen, Founder of Asylum Records, Geffen Records, and DGC Records; cofounder of DreamWorks SKG[20]
Berry Gordy, Founder of the Motown record label[128]
Steven J. Green, former CEO and Chairman of Samsonite Corporation and United States Ambassador to Singapore[90]

Gary Hirshberg, Chairman, President, and CEO of Stonyfield Farm[129]
James Lassiter[21]
Kevin Liles, Former executive Vice President of Warner Music Group[130]
Michael Lynton, Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment[128]
Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation[131]
Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo[132]
Mike Medavoy, Chairman and CEO of Phoenix Pictures[128]
Wolfgang Puck, Chef and Restaurant Mogul[133]
Tom Rothman, Chairman and CEO of Fox Filmed Entertainment[21]
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook[134]
Russell Simmons, Cofounder of Def Jam[130]
Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google[135]
Steve Westly, Venture Capitalist and Fmr. California State Controller[21]
Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway[136]

Fashion designers

Tory Burch[137]
Georgina Chapman[138]
Keren Craig[138]
Prabal Gurung[139]
Tommy Hilfiger
Derek Lam[140]
Tina Knowles[141]
Thakoon Panichgul[142]
Tracy Reese[143]
Narciso Rodriguez[144]
Rachel Roy[130]
Alexander Wang[145]
Vera Wang[130]
Jason Wu[146]

Labor unions

AFL-CIO[147]
AFSCME[148]
American Federation of Teachers[149]
Communications Workers of America[150]
International Association of Fire Fighters[151]
International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers[152]
National Education Association[153]
SEIU[154]

Social and political activists

Gloria Allred[155]
Mariela Castro[156]
Sandra Fluke[157]
Lilly Ledbetter[158]
Susan Saint James[159]
Al Sharpton[160]
Gloria Steinem[161]
Zach Wahls[162]

Organizations

Clean Water Action[163]
Communist Party USA[164]
Environment America[163]
Gay-Straight Alliance[165][166]
Human Rights Campaign[167]
League of Conservation Voters[168]
National Organization for Women[169]
Planned Parenthood[170]
Sierra Club[171]
The Advocate[172]

Entertainment
Actors and actresses

Jessica Alba[173]
Richard Dean Anderson[174]
David Arquette[175]
Scott Bakula[174]
Alec Baldwin[174]
Antonio Banderas[176]
Elizabeth Banks[177]
John Barrowman[178]
Angela Bassett[179]
Maria Bello[159]
Jim Belushi[180]
Wilson Bethel[181]
Jack Black[182]
Alexis Bledel[183]
Zach Braff[184]
Connie Britton[159]
James Brolin[133]
Nick Cannon[185]
Kate Capshaw[174]
Don Cheadle[186]
Kristin Chenoweth[159]
John Cho[174]
George Clooney[174]
Jamie Lee Curtis[187]
Tyne Daly[159]
Matt Damon[188]
Rosario Dawson[189]
Robert De Niro[179]
Danny DeVito[190]
Cameron Diaz[191]
Leonardo DiCaprio[192]
Tate Donovan[159]
Kirk Douglas[159]
Michael Douglas[174]
Robert Downey, Jr.[193]
Hilary Duff[194]
Lena Dunham[195]
Anthony Edwards[174]
Jesse Eisenberg[196]
Donald Faison[184]
Edie Falco[197]
Jesse Tyler Ferguson[190]
America Ferrera[198]
Will Ferrell[174]
Bridget Fonda[159]
Vivica A. Fox[186]
Jamie Foxx[199]
Johnny Galecki[159]
Morgan Freeman[200]
Jennifer Garner[174]
Gina Gershon[190]
Whoopi Goldberg[201]
Jonathan Goldsmith[202]
Topher Grace[159]
Adrian Grenier[175]
Melanie Griffith[176]
Ronald Guttman[159]
Mark Hamill[203]
Jon Hamm[204]
Alyson Hannigan[205]
Tom Hanks[206]
Mariska Hargitay[175]
Hill Harper[130]
Neil Patrick Harris[122]
Anne Hathaway[159]
Salma Hayek[133]
Dennis Haysbert[174]
Taraji P. Henson[159]
Jamie Hector[197]
Cheyenne Jackson[122]
Samuel L. Jackson[207]
Scarlett Johansson[208]
James Earl Jones[209]
Rashida Jones[131]
Ashley Judd[210]
Michael Keaton[211]
Mila Kunis[212]
Ashton Kutcher[213]
Nathan Lane[197]
Angela Lansbury[214]
Sanaa Lathan[215]
John Lithgow[216]
Judith Light[217]
Justin Long[218]
Nia Long[219]
Eva Longoria[176]
George Lopez[220]
Jane Lynch[174]
Tobey Maguire[221]
Wendie Malick[159]
Marsha Mason[159]
Audra McDonald[122]
Christa Miller[174]
Demi Moore[213]
Julianne Moore[197]
Jennifer Morrison[174]
Olivia Munn[222]
Cynthia Nixon[122]
Gwyneth Paltrow[174]
Al Pacino[223]
Sarah Jessica Parker[223]
Kal Penn[224]
Sean Penn[225]
Rhea Perlman[190]
Bernadette Peters[159]
Clarke Peters[197]
Mekhi Phifer[130]
Wendell Pierce[197]
Brad Pitt[226]
Natalie Portman[227]
Chris Pratt[159]
Daniel Radcliffe[228]
Sheryl Lee Ralph[229]
Robert Redford[230]
Salli Richardson[186]
Julia Roberts[231]
Tony Shalhoub[174]
Martin Sheen[232]
Sherri Shepherd[181]
Jada Pinkett Smith[207]
Will Smith[207]
Sonja Sohn[197]
Ian Somerhalder[159]
Ben Stiller[179]
Octavia Spencer[233]
Sharon Stone[174]
Meryl Streep[234]
Brenda Strong[174]
Jason Sudeikis[159]
George Takei[235]
Jeffrey Tambor[205]
Holland Taylor[159]
Marlo Thomas
Aisha Tyler[159]
Christopher Walken[236]
Kerry Washington[237]
Sam Waterston[159]
Marlon Wayans[181]
Betty White[238]
Olivia Wilde[159]
Wayne Wilderson[174]
Vanessa L. Williams[174]
Rita Wilson[174]
Reese Witherspoon[209]
Alfre Woodard[239]

Pornstars

Dana DeArmond[240]
Jessica Drake[240]
Ron Jeremy[241]
Kimberly Kane[240]
Kayden Kross[240]
Kristina Rose[240]

Comedians

Billy Crystal[242]
Jimmy Fallon[243]
Will Ferrell[174]
Chelsea Handler[244]
Steve Harvey[174]
Bill Maher[245]
Eddie Murphy[246]
Patton Oswalt[247]
Carl Reiner[174]
Chris Rock[248]
Rickey Smiley[174]
Yeardley Smith[174]
Sinbad[186]
Wanda Sykes[249]

Directors

J.J. Abrams[250]
Judd Apatow[251]
Peter Berg[251]
Spike Lee[185]
David Lynch[252]
Seth McFarlane[253]
Adam McKay[181]
Rob Minkoff[159]
Tyler Perry[254]
Kevin Smith[255]
Steven Spielberg[174]

Screenwriters and producers

Lawrence Bender[21]
Jon Landau[251]
Aaron Sorkin[251]
Harvey Weinstein[129]

Musicians

Marc Anthony[256]
Jeff Beck[257]
Mary J. Blige[258]
Jon Bon Jovi[259]
David Byrne[175]
Colbie Caillat[260]
Mariah Carey[185]
Cher[209]
Common[261]
Chris Cornell[262]
Miley Cyrus[263]
Delta Rae[264]
El Debarge[186]
Earth, Wind & Fire[265]
Gloria Estefan[266]
50 Cent[267][268]
Foo Fighters[269]
Ben Folds[270]
Peter Frampton[159]
Lady Gaga[271]
Al Green[272]
Cee Lo Green[273]
Josh Groban[274]
Buddy Guy[257]
Anthony Hamilton[186]
Herbie Hancock[275]
Jennifer Hudson[275]
Mick Jagger[257]
Quincy Jones[276]
R. Kelly[277][278]
Alicia Keys[279]
B.B. King[257]
Carole King[280]
Beyoncé Knowles[186]
Solange Knowles[281]
Jay-Z[186]
Cyndi Lauper[282]
John Legend[283]
Adam Levine[284]
Ludacris[285]
Joel Madden[205]
Madonna[286]
Chris Martin[279]
Ricky Martin[287]
Dave Matthews[288]
Bette Midler[175]
Nicki Minaj[289]
Moby[181]
Janelle Monáe[290]
Jason Mraz[131]
Ne-Yo[291]
Randy Newman[292]
Joell Ortiz[293]
Katy Perry[181]
Pink[291]
Pitbull[294]
Pras[186]
Red Hot Chili Peppers[295]
Kelly Rowland[281]
Jessica Sanchez[296]
Snoop Dogg[297]
Bruce Springsteen[298]
Yvonne Staples[159]
Gwen Stefani[299]
Barbra Streisand[300]
Trey Songz[301]
James Taylor[302]
Toni Tennille[159]
T.I.[303]
Justin Timberlake[304]
Usher[305]
Eddie Vedder[306]
Pete Wentz[159]
will.i.am[251]
Stevie Wonder[265]

Television and radio personalities

Joy Behar[307]
Andy Cohen[234]
Ellen DeGeneres[209]
Star Jones[179]
Kim Kardashian[308]
Gayle King[309]
Bill Nye[310]
Maury Povich[311]
Nicole Richie[205]
Cristina Saralegui[312]
Jerry Springer[313]
Oprah Winfrey[314]
Wendy Williams[315]

Writers

Paul Dini[316]
Jodie Evans[21]
Elizabeth Gilbert[317]
Crystal Nix Hines[21]
Stephen King[318]
Edward Lazarus[21]
George R.R. Martin[319]
Wes Moore[95]
Ryan Murphy[320]
Maurice Sendak[321]
Ayelet Waldman[21]
Anna Wintour[20]

Foreign writers
Athletes and sports
Gymnasts

Gabby Douglas[322]

NBA (basketball) players

Carmelo Anthony[323]
B.J. Armstrong[260]
Shane Battier[324]
Mike D’Antoni[325]
Vince Carter[324]
Grant Hill[324]
LeBron James[324]
Magic Johnson[324]
Michael Jordan[326]
Alonzo Mourning[90]
Joakim Noah[260]
Chris Paul[324]
Derrick Rose[260]
Etan Thomas[324]

NFL (football)

Victor Cruz[327]
Vernon Davis[175]
Antrel Rolle[175]
Warren Sapp[328]
Takeo Spikes[175]

Major League Baseball (MLB)

Willie Mays[209]
Derek Jeter[329]

National Hockey League (NHL)
Wrestlers and boxers

Muhammad Ali[330]
Sugar Shane Mosley[186]
Floyd Mayweather[331]

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Hollywood  celebrities top contributed funds for the initial campaign of President Barack Obama in 2012. Donations given in the party’s 50th anniversary celebration on Thursday (4 -8) night at the Rose Garden, Washington.

A number of celebrities who contributed this year is almost the same as it did in 2008. They include Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, Eddie Murphy, Will Smith, Will Ferrell, George Clooney, Gwyneth Paltrow, Whoopie Goldberg, Ledisi, Jay Z, Hill Harper, and football player Emmitt Smith.

Stars of the screen also become Obama’s donors , like the ex-American Idol judges Ellen DeGeneres, star of “30 Rock” Alec Baldwin, star of “Glee” Jane Lynch, star of “House” Jennifer Morrison, creators of the series “Lost” JJ Abrams, star of “Monk” Tony Shalhoub, Yeardley Smith (Lisa Simpson’s voice in the cartoon series the Simpsons), star of “the Big C” Oliver Platt, star of “Frasier” David Hyde Pierce, and ex-star of “ER” Anthony Edwards.

Obama’s donors from among the Hollywood elite that is predicted to continue growing. In addition to actors and actresses, a number of film producers and studio executives are also included in the list. They include Brian Grazer, Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg of Dreamworks, Disney boss John Pepper, co-creator and series “Sex and the City” Michael Patrick King.

Numerous musicians also contributed to the donor, such as James Taylor, Lisa Loeb, and Will.I.Am. From the world of radio, they are Garrison Keillor, the host “Prairie Home Companion’s” and Tom Joyner, host of “Tom Joyner Morning Show.”

Donations are given through the Obama campaign two entities, namely Obama for America (OFA) and the Obama Victory Fund (OVF). OFA open a campaign account directly and individual donations are limited to $ 2,500. While OVF divided by the Democratic National Committee with a maximum contribution per person is U.S. $ 35,800.

Will Ferrell, Paltrow, George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Smith, DeGeneres, Murphy, Taylor, Steven Spielberg, Glazer, Katzenberg, and Joyner contributed U.S. $ 35,800 through the OVF. While Lynch and Pierce contributed U.S. $ 10,000.

Obama will use the “faces” star was campaigning through video or look directly in the events that attended the party Hollywood high profile.

  1. December 1, 2012 at 07:55

    I didn’t see VT Rep. Peter Welch on the list.

    • December 1, 2012 at 11:43

      I’ll look into that and add it. Thank You!

  1. October 20, 2012 at 14:37
  2. October 20, 2012 at 14:37

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