James Woods thinks he may be blacklisted for political views

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James Woods has long been an outspoken conservative in Hollywood, but now he says his most recent comments about President Barack Obama could really cause him to lose work. “This president is a true abomination,” he tweeted about the government shutdown.

After several more angry tweets about Benghazi and entitlement spending, a follower asked him if he was scared he would be blacklisted, to which he replied, “I don’t expect to work again. I think Barack Obama is a threat to the integrity and future of the Republic. My country first.”

Since right-wingers are rare in Tinseltown, Woods is being heralded as a hero by folks who share his opinions. … And there’s always room at Fox News.

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