Battling Baldwins: Alec, Billy go Obama, Stephen votes McCain?
Must be quite loud at the dinner table when the Baldwin brothers get together and talk politics.
"30 Rock" star Alec Baldwin is a staunch supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. So is his little brother, Billy ("Dirty Sexy Money") Baldwin, who raised $58,000 for Obama's campaign with a recent fundraiser-dinner at his home.
But to make it interesting, their brother Stephen Baldwin is now outspokenly supporting Republican candidate John McCain. A previous blog item inferred that Stephen would leave the country if McCain won. It's actually just the opposite, as some readers pointed out. He's leaving if Obama wins! Click here to hear him promise this!
So let's set the record straight about who's for who and why.
The actor, 38, and a born-again Christian, is voting Republican and calls Obama a "cultural terrorist," although his views seem to be less about politics and more about religion.
"My desire to be at the RNC was this goal that I have to support the candidate that I believe has the most faith," Stephen told "Access Hollywood." "Systematically, God is being erased and removed from our culture, our society, our government."
He added, "I think it's kind of freaky, man."
Stephen is also against homosexuality and gay marriage, a stand which his brother Billy disagrees with.
Click here to read his interview in Out magazine about his brother's anti-gay stand.
Then keep reading after the jump for Stephen's conversation with Laura Ingraham's countering his bro Alec's threat to leave if Bush got elected.