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Sunday Spotlight (Star Wars) #843591

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 29, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) What happens when celebrities & politics collide examined in light of attacks on actor Michael J. Fox, who has Parkinson's disease. [FOX - reacts.] [On Monday, radio host Rush LIMBAUGH - criticizes Fox's body motions in a political ad.] ["The Way to Win" co-author Mark HALPERIN†- says Republicans under President Bush are going after celebrities for the Democrats.] ]In '04, actor Chevy CHASE, Senator John KERRY - hit at Bush.] [BUSH - responds.] [Dixie Chicks singer Natalie MAINES - criticizes the president.] Clips from the Chicks' movie "Shut Up & Sing" shown. [Now, MAINES, Emily ROBISON†- say they do not regret her words.]

Harris, Dan

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