Whether they disagree with his policies or they just plain think he’s doing a bad job, these stars are NOT fans of President Barack Obama. Read on to find out which celebrities aren’t afraid to speak out against our Commander-in-Chief.
27. Clint Eastwood
The actor and director spoke at the 2012 Republican National Convention, letting everyone know how he felt about Obama: “I think it’s that time. And I think if you just step aside…Mr. Romney can kind of take over.”
26. Jon Lovitz
The comedian and actor called Obama “a f***ing a**hole,” so it’s safe to say he’s not a fan.
25. Jon Voight
The actor campaigned for McCain in 2008 and Romney in 2012, and has said of the president, “Obama’s view of what is right and wrong is totally distorted.”
24. James Woods
The actor frequently tweets about his displeasure with Obama, calling him “a true abomination.”
23. Harry Belafonte
The singer has said that the president “lacks moral courage” and said his actions are “almost criminal.”
22. James Caan
The blue-eyed actor once called himself an “ultra-conservative,” saying Obama needed to “act like Wyatt Earp.”
21. Sylvester Stallone
The action star is an outspoken Hollywood Republican, and has referred to Obama as a “Manchurian candidate,” referencing the movie of the same name about a fake, puppet-president placed there to bring down the nation.
20. Stacey Dash
The star of Clueless is not a fan of the president, and has remarked that she regrets having voted for him, saying, “Obama had the opportunity to really unite this country in such a profound way, but instead he has done the opposite.”
19. Kelsey Grammer
The Frasier star leans right politically, and declared Obama “over” in an interview.
18. Robert Duvall
The acting legend endorsed Mitt Romney in 2012, and said of Obama before he was elected, “As far as I’m concerned, we’ve got to keep this guy out of the White House.”
17. Chuck Norris
The martial artist has been a long-outspoken Republican and appeared at many GOP events. He has accused the president of “treason” because of how Americans have been treated in Iran.
16. Chuck Woolery
The TV host is a vocal conservative, and has accused Obama of fomenting “class warfare.”
15. Kid Rock
The rocker has appeared at many GOP events and even written theme songs for the party. He’s said that Obama has divided the country more than ever.
14. Mel Gibson
The actor has said that Obama “doesn’t have what it takes” to “fix” America.
13. Stephen Baldwin
The little Baldwin brother, whose older brother Alec is as liberal as they come, is an outspoken conservative. He said in 2008 that he would leave the country if Obama was elected.
12. Vince Vaughn
The actor explained to Adam Carolla why he wouldn’t vote for Obama: “I think that what you come , as you get older, you just get less trust in the government running anything.”
11. Cornel West
Professor West was a close friend and supporter during Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, but became disillusioned once Obama was president. “He posed as a progressive and turned out to be counterfeit,” West said, blasting Obama. “We ended up with a Wall Street presidency, a drone presidency.”
10. Lupe Fiasco
The Chicago rapper once called Obama the “biggest terrorist” on a CBS news show.
9. Al Gore
Though he’s a major figure in the Democratic Party, the former Veep took issue with Obama’s handling of the NSA, saying “It is not acceptable to have a secret interpretation of a law that goes far beyond any reasonable reading of either the law or the constitution and then classify as top secret what the actual law is.”
8. Michael Moore
The filmmaker is famously liberal, but he’s also not shy of criticizing Obama. When the NSA scandal struck, he was very disappointed with Obama, saying “When the history is written of this era, this is how you’ll be remembered: He was the first black president.”
The rapper has said that while he respects the president, he does not trust him. “He’s a politician…he’s not your boy,” he’s said of Obama.
6. Scott Baio
The star, still best known for his role on Charles in Charge, frequently tweets about his Republican views, and supported Mitt Romney in 2012.
5. Meat Loaf
The rock legend never endorsed a candidate publicly until 2012, when he threw his support behind Mitt Romney and campaigned against Obama.
4. Ted Nugent
The rocker is probably one of the more outspoken anti-Obama celebrities out there, once calling the president the “enemy” of veterans.
3. Russell Brand
The outspoken comedian is liberal on many issues, but on the issue of government surveillance, he definitely doesn’t trust the government, or Obama.
2. Dennis Miller
The comedian is now more known for his work as a Fox News pundit than his previous career as a comedian and actor. He once tweeted, “I always wish that Obama would be as nasty and arrogant with our enemies as he is with fellow citizens who simply disagree with him.”