While I know very little about Ashton Kutcher, I do know the words he emitted the other night spoke volumes. Hopefully, millions of young minds that’ve been indoctrinated and filled with ‘Big Brother‘ mush will pay attention, take heed to what this fine young man had to say….it would do them well to do so, along with some of the younger generation’s parents to-boot!
This might not sound like an overtly political speech, but it speaks volumes against what Hollywood and our Big Government are telling the teens of America. Why is this speech such a big deal? Because its a speech given by a young, hot guy about the importance of a little thing called ‘work ethic.’ A characteristic that is now considered old school and nerdy. The cast of ‘The Five’ discussed the speech last night and talked about how much more it means to young people coming from a young, it-guy celeb as opposed to, well, THEM. We expect conservative pundits to rattle off about the value of hard work – right there with our grandpas – and we nod if we’re friendly. We change the channel. We want to hear from the Ashtons – not the Bill O’Reilys.
Greg Gutfeld commented on work ethic in this country and brought up how the Obama Administration is doing everything in its power to raise up a generation of young people who live by a mantra that sounds a little something like, “Why work for the man when the government can pay you not to?”
Please take the time to listen to what he said below, the idiot gals screaming are to be ignored:
Here’s some of the speech that’s relevant to the words he said:
“I believe that opportunity looks a lot like work,” he said. “I never had a job in my life that I was better than. I was always just lucky to have a job. Every job I had was a stepping stone to my next job and I never quit my job before I had my next job.”
He went on to talk about the importance of intelligence, which he equated to “being sexy”: “The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart. And being thoughtful and being generous. Everything else is crap. I promise you. It’s just crap that people try to sell to you to make you feel like less. So don’t buy it. Be smart. Be thoughtful and be generous.”
Steve Jobs also made his way into Kutcher’s speech. The actor, who portrays the Apple co-founder in the upcoming movie “Jobs,” said, “Steve Jobs said when you grow up you tend to get told that world is the way that it is.”
Kutcher wrapped with: “Everything around us that we call life was made up of people that are no smarter than you. And you can build your own things and you can build your own life that other people can live in. So build a life, don’t live one, find your opportunities and always be sexy.”
So, do any of you have hope that someone like him via La-La-Land can send a strong message and wake any of the youth up to reality? Do you think his message rang a loud bell for anyone in his age group and beyond? Did any of you find what he had to say refreshing for a change…instead of the usual rank BS that usually comes forth from various different ‘Award‘ shows?
What he said brings back what the definition of ‘pride‘ in oneself is…let us all hope we hear more strong messages like this, if that were to happen…this country may be saved yet! – What say you?
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