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Orlando Bloom Supports Barack Obama

Orlando Bloom Supports Barack Obama

Orlando Bloom wants you to vote for change, as shown in the latest PSA. Here’s what the 33-year-old British actor had to say:

“Hey, I’m Orlando Bloom. I’m here in the Obama California headquarters… Barack Obama, for me, is head and shoulders above anyone else and it’s time for change and he brings the hope of the country.”

He just lost Carrie Underwood as a fan. She certainly would not approve this message.

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Orlando Bloom Supports Barack Obama
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  • Anon

    I realise everyone’s entitled to their opinion but is he even an American citizen? Does he pay taxes and vote there?

  • chris

    2…GO OBAMA! I SUPPORT PALIN TOO…I HATE GAY PPL IS JUST WRONG ITS NOT NORMAL!!!

  • heywood jablomie

    What a clown this loser is. A burned out Brit prettyboy trying to tell Americans how to vote?

  • chris

    2…GO OBAMA! I SUPPORT PALIN TOO…I HATE GAY PPL IS JUST WRONG ITS NOT NORMAL!!!
    NO GAYS!!!!

  • jain

    being a brit, may i say..what the bloody hell has it got to do with Orlando Bland !

  • Jen

    Um…Isn’t he Brittish? Our opinion doesn’t mean squat when they pick their leader, why should we care who he supports?

  • not me

    Why would he loose carrie underwood’s support? Is she a a palin supporter. I did not know Underwood is that stupid. She is entitled to her party preferences the same way I am entitled to think people who vote mcain/palin at this juncture in history are down right ignorant.

  • [☆I n F a m o u s☆]

    ..`every celebrity (and mostly everyone else) wants; obama to win.

  • Bristish and confused

    ermm I’m British and it kind of has an effect on us but WTH!? why’s he giving he’s opinion, can he vote

  • British and confused

    i’m also apartently crap at spelling…

  • katty

    Another celebrity with nothing better to do.

  • carrienae

    He is not even a citizen of this country. What f### does he what is good for us? Bug off!!!

  • LolaSvelt

    Oh lord, I don’t mind these adverts, but he’s bloody English! Why would American citizens care?

  • anonymous

    oohh Orly I love you!! I hope Obama wins too!!!

  • Lilmisssuri

    Hello you are not a citizen of The United States of America!!!! Shut up!!! McCain Palin 2008

  • hmm…

    seriously it’s one thing for an American to say who they support but he is from england. I am honestly so glad that after today I wont have to hear anything else about mccain or obama and this election.

  • Joyce

    who the hell cares if hes British.
    maybe he is an American citizen.
    hes working on American films all the time.
    how the hell would you know.

    you guys need to shut up already chill out.

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  • Joyce

    and what if he’s British?
    doesnt mean he cant voice his opinion.

    seeing how hes working on American films sometimes, its common sense that he would be an American citizen.

    you guys need to shut up and chill.

  • tommy

    Orlando why did you waste your time voicing your opinion to the american citizens?I mean they voted twice for GWB they love blood and wars not hope and change

  • shenanyginz

    when did orlando turn 33?
    Last time I checked he was 31

  • Jes

    I doubt he’s even an American citizen.
    He doesn’t pay taxes here, at least full taxes.
    So be quiet, Orlando, and stop meddling in our affairs.

    Vote for Obama and you’ll see your taxes go so high you won’t be able to afford milk at the store. He and Biden even want the UN to be able to tax Americans. Nice.

  • J

    its so funny how most of the people here are saying shit about him cause hes supporting Obama and some of you guys are supporting McCain.

    you guys just dont know how big the election do you.
    its not going to just affect us. its going to affect so many countries on so many levels.

    -sigh-
    if only he can call me (:

  • crabbie

    Dear Orlando Bloom,

    Die.

    Signed,

    America

  • leah

    I’m pretty sure he is English meaning he is NOT an American. You can take your opinion and shove it, Orlando. I am so sick of foriegners telling us who to vote for. If you want to have a say in my country’s election, become a citizen. Until then, butt out.

  • ñññ

    # 22 Jes @ 11/04/2008 at 1:16 pm I doubt he’s even an American citizen.
    He doesn’t pay taxes here, at least full taxes.
    So be quiet, Orlando, and stop meddling in our affairs.

    Vote for Obama and you’ll see your taxes go so high you won’t be able to afford milk at the store. He and Biden even want the UN to be able to tax Americans. Nice.

    —————————-
    sorry but the american political is like the world political. remember your still president george bush made a stupid and idiotic war in irak killed millions and millions of inocent people and none of those person was american.
    to me mccain and bush are like nazis and obama is a perfect product of marketing but is still a conservation president and of course I prefer obama over mccain.

  • mia

    is Bloom llowed to vote in our country?

    isn’t he British?

  • anonymousdiva

    You children are so stupid, it embarrasses me as a fellow US citizen.

    News flash, all you numbnuts: this election is choosing the leader of the FREE WORLD.

    If you think that doesn’t affect EVERY person, regardless of citizenship, then you’re too stupid to even be vcoicing an opinion on UustJared, much less actually casting a ballot.

  • ñññ

    # 22 Jes @ 11/04/2008 at 1:16 pm I doubt he’s even an American citizen.
    He doesn’t pay taxes here, at least full taxes.
    So be quiet, Orlando, and stop meddling in our affairs.

    Vote for Obama and you’ll see your taxes go so high you won’t be able to afford milk at the store. He and Biden even want the UN to be able to tax Americans. Nice.

    —————————-
    sorry but the american political is like the world political. remember your still president george bush made a stupid and idiotic war in irak killed millions and millions of inocent people and none of those person was american so your affairs are our affairs too, like said chris martin in one interview.
    to me mccain and bush are like nazis and obama is a perfect product of marketing but is still a conservation president and of course I prefer obama over mccain.

  • UM

    @ shenanyginz: he is indeed 31-years-old.

  • jenna

    afghans&irakis are american citizens? No but that didn’t prevent you to dictate your will …

  • katie

    Wow, some of you are cruel. He’s just voicing his opinion. I understand he’s british but many actors from all over the world are speaking up. It kind of affects everyone especially actors who work in america. If you don’t like what he’s saying cool. But name calling is pretty immature.

  • jm

    Thank goodness this election is almost over. I’m so tired of reading about celebrities and their political opinions. They need to shut up, keep it to themselves and leave their opinions in the voting booth.

  • SammySushi

    Gee, what would the Brits think of American actors doing PSAs supporting British candidates in British elections?

    The Democratic party is hostage to Hollywood; the Republican to the Religious Right…no wonder the moderates of both parties are annoyed.

  • ñññ

    SammySushi @ 11/04/2008 at 1:37 pm Gee, what would the Brits think of American actors doing PSAs supporting British candidates in British elections?

    The Democratic party is hostage to Hollywood; the Republican to the Religious Right…no wonder the moderates of both parties are annoyed.

    ————————
    the british goberment is not like the us goberment, thanks god. and the british people is not like the american people, thanks god.
    I think you have not so much idea of the image that in europe we have about your president and the americans:
    bush is like bin laden and the americans are stupid this is the basic idea in europe about you.

  • m

    Who really cares who Bloom would like to see as our next president. Celebrities will be sorry about their decision when Obama wants to tax those who make higher incomes, which he does, he wants to cut taxes for those who have lower incomes and have higher taxes for those with higher incomes. And if anyone thinks Obama can really change things the way his campaigning would lead you to believe, then obviously you haven’t done your research and don’t understand the whole political process. You’ve been sucked in by his empty rhetoric (basically ranting and raving…I think he took some clues from JFK in that department) There are still so many questions about this man. No one can question John McCain’s devotion to his country, that’s for sure. He is a true American. If anyone thinks that the economy is the result of something GWB did, think again, you need to go a bit further back (like to the Clinton administration) to find where the blame truly lies) Wake up people. Does Bloom think it’ll sway someone’s decision. Only idiots would give any weight to his or any celebrity’s opinion about politics.

  • Me

    Orlando…..SHUT UP! Who cares what you think? Go follow your own politics in GB. Leave us alone.

  • heywood jablomie

    #35

    Don’t try to talk for all Europeans, you silly leftist punk.

    I’m one Euro who is perfectly willing to let Americans choose their own prez. They don’t need our advice. McCain is no worse than Obama, despite the latter’s humongous cult of personality. They are both politicians, no matter what star struck and vapid young celebs tell you.

    Few years from now, everyone will be wondering why they ever mistook Barack for the messiah.

    But it is the US election, and the Americans get to vote. No one else. And that’s the way it should be.

  • heywood jablomie

    #35

    Don’t try to talk for all Europeans, you silly leftist punk.

    I’m one Euro who is perfectly willing to let Americans choose their own prez. They don’t need our advice. McCain is no worse than Obama, despite the latter’s humongous cult of personality. They are both politicians, no matter what star struck and vapid young celebs tell you.

  • m

    #35

    Greatest nation in the world (even with all its problems). Others are nice to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there. We don’t get involved in your politics and elections, why do you feel it’s necessary to get involved in ours.

  • Valerie

    like it or no but by your fault this election concerns almost the whole world since you pretend to dictate your conception of”democracy”to others countries and since my country is in Irak with your troops

    Event though I think that Obama and Mccain are the same in fact (cfr members) and they already showed that by their speech in front of AIPAC who’s the real winner in any case

  • allie

    He’s been an American citizen or not, doesn’t madder, because he lives here and he can support who he want to. And I also agree with # 29, because the American political in fact affect all the world.
    I just didn’t understand why Carrie Underwood is in this article.

  • cals

    he’s not even american citizen!

  • andamentothat

    Are Heidi Klum, Seal and Orlando even eligible to vote?

  • Janie

    Who gives a shiit what Orlando Bloom has to say?

    He is not even a US citizen! Go away!

  • Molly

    Orly!!! I love you even more!!! I am support Obama too and I’m so surprised and happy that you are supporting him! You are a smart guy!! I’m just sad because you didn’t called my house asking me for a vote. :-)

  • Frida

    You know what, I’m not an american either but I support Barack Obama. Whoever you guys vote to be your president it will make a difference not just in your country but in the WORLD. So I think we are entitled to an opinion even if we can’t vote.

  • Carriefan

    For sure this guy is a clown so is Fluff Daddy, so is Lohan, so is Beoyonce, so are heidi and spencer…carrie underwood got it right. The message that should be getting out is the importance to educate yourself and vote for the person YOU feel is the best representation of our country. We vote in private for a reason, public endorsements outside the realm of politics are annoying and pointless. Obama is going to win today becasue the idiot kids are voting for him cause their favorite star says to…

  • i’m watching you

    I’m Republican and still his fan! After all it’s just his opinion!

  • Sharon

    well considering everything that happens in America affects everyone and every other country in the world he should be aloud to at least voice his poinion like every other star has done!!!!!!!
    Americans should stop being so selfish in thinking that it only involves them

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