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June 10, 2006

Hollywood Airhead Climbs a Tree to Fight Property Rights

It can't be easy for the Hollyweird glitterati to constantly come up with new causes to promote, each one sillier than the last. Daryl Hannah's latest will be particularly difficult to top.

Lately the actress has been addressing the world from a walnut tree in a shabby part of Los Angeles, on property whose owner has been trying for years to evict the squatters infesting what they call an "urban farm" so that he can build a warehouse.

The farm is particularly politically correct because not only was it planted on someone else's property, but the farmers are Latinos — most of them probably illegal aliens from Mexico. More than just a middle finger waved at the concept of property rights, the farm "has come to symbolize a lost way of life, a joining of community against the urban tide," as the New York Times puts it.

If the squatters really wanted to preserve their rural ways, maybe they should have stayed in their Mexican villages, instead of camping out on someone else's land in the second-largest city in the United States. But of course, it's the very absurdity of the issue that will put a lump in the throats of progressives. Hardcore moonbats Danny Glover, Martin Sheen, Joan Baez, and Ed Begley, Jr. have also posed for the cameras at the sacred urban farm, though I don't know if they went so far as to climb up in a tree like Daryl Hannah, who opines:

It's great for community. And one thing responsible for the breakdown of society is a lack of community.

Another is the constant flow of moonbattery seeping out of Hollywood.

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Daryl Hannah, speaking from a walnut tree.

Posted by Van Helsing at June 10, 2006 5:43 PM

Comments

So does this mean I can live in her yard?

Posted by: Jason at June 10, 2006 5:47 PM

Hardcore moonbats Danny Glover, Martin Sheen, Joan Baez, and Ed Begley, Jr. have also posed for the cameras at the sacred urban farm

Here's a thought... maybe they could pool their kajillions of dollars, buy out the "urban farm" from its owner, and then give it to the oppressed "farmers" free of charge.

It would be like socialism... but using their own money for a change.

Posted by: V the K at June 11, 2006 12:01 AM