(Get out, and take that ugly kid of yours with you.)
Yep, that was the quote from uber-absorbed actress Gwyneth Paltrow.
"Yes, well, I went to Spain in an exchange program at 15, and I've always been drawn to Europe. America is such a young country, with an adolescent swagger about it. But I feel that I have a more European sensibility, a greater respect for the multicultural nature of the globe. And it's a strange time to be an American now."
Oh, please. Spare us.
". . . I feel like we're really in trouble. I just had a baby and thought, 'I don't want to live there.' Bush's anti-environment, pro-war policies are a dis. . . [grace]"
Knock yourself out, Gwyneth. (If that is your real name.) Don't let the door hit you in the ass.
Oh, and while you're at it, take Alec Baldwin with you.