Huh, not so smug anymore eh Adam? Brad's going to get his...
As the entire planet waits to see who will lead the Free World, one of Canada's largest newspapers, The National Post, weighed in on daytime superstar Eric Braeden (Victor, The Young and the Restless)'s political feelings, as expressed in a revealing interview with TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco. Here's what the newspaper says about the actor's take on his iconic character's political leanings or lack thereof:
When asked who the great, mustachioed Victor Newman would be voting for in 2008's real-life duel for the Oval Office, Braedan, according to Branco, waited a "suspenseful beat before answering." He wouldn't, came his reply. "I don't think Victor concerns himself with the silliness of politics. I don't think he's a Republican or a Democrat."
I was always taught by my mother, "If you don't know how to listen, you feel". I guess A.D.A. Heather Stevens never got that lesson from her own mama. Heather is too stubborn,or stupid, I can't decide which, for her own good. The last time she went up against Victor all half-cocked what happened to her? She got herself demoted by the District Attorney. Hasn't she learned not to mess with Victor? The man's like Teflon, nothing sticks.
Heather keeps saying her motivation is finding out the truth, but it makes you wonder if her pursuit of truth would be so all-consuming if her bed mate Adam wouldn't have had his ass handed to him by Victor and the rest of his family. Wasn't Heather the one who told Adam and the elder Newman kids not to let emotions fuel their motives? What the hell is fueling hers? I'm just waiting for Heather's boss to say, "Are you letting your ego get to you since you weren't able to pin Ji-Min's murder on Newman or is your new man candy pulling your strings?" More after the jump! READ MORE