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Possibly Socially Liberal, Fiscally Conservative
Criticizes Government Efficiency
13 Sep 2018EW.com
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly
Yeah, I endorsed Kasich. Politically I'm kind of an anarchist if you see my stand-up. I'm for responsible government that actually does what we pay them to do. I've worked different jobs and I've had a colorful past and I pay a lot in taxes. I wish we got more for our money. Whatever political party is for more responsible use of our money — that's all I meant. In Los Angeles, I'm concerned about the 26,000 homeless people and I do the best I can. I'm concerned about keeping my roads and stuff clean in North Hollywood. Generally, the government is no help and people have to do that themselves. Kasich said that in a speech — that the government can't do stuff that you won't do yourself. Jump in! Do whatever it takes to get people engaged — not putting on a hoodie and screaming in the streets — but actually figure out how to help North Hollywood or Encino or wherever you live to get better. My political party is that I've never liked taxes, period, so whatever that means … I don't like paying people who never seem to do what I would do with my money. I always thought it would be funny if I had a little menu on my tax returns where I could tell them where my money would go.
Believes in God
15 Jun 2012YOUTUBE.com
In an interview with ABC
For years, I just did not like this idea of God, church. [I was] still a churchgoer, but constantly a cynic. [...] Whoever built me, this is too much, too weird that it happened by accident. It didn’t happen by accident. [...] I always do ask… The Builder, what did you want me to do? And I do ask it. But you got to be prepared for the answer.