WILL they never learn?  Do they LIKE socialism?  It would appear so, because few of Barack Obama’s 2008 backers are backing away from their support of him in 2012.

Just so you know—it’s not like they’re trying to hide it or anything—here is a PARTIAL list of the celebrities and others who continue to fund and support the most dangerous man on earth.  Some on the list were from the Obama’s personal ‘wish list’ (released in January); others are from news sources and recent articles, including DeNiro announcing that America “isn’t ready for another white First Lady”.  Sigh.

I personally refuse to fund and support their careers anymore.

Robert DeNiro
Beyonce & her mother Tina Knowles
Star Jones
Whoopi Goldberg
Gayle King
Angela Bassett
Ben Stiller
Harvey Weinstein
George Clooney
Tom Hanks; wife Rita Wilson
Oprah Winfrey
Eva Longoria
Bruce Springsteen
Elle MacPherson
Brad Pitt
Lady Gaga
Lady Antebellum (Band)
Adam Levine
Fergie (The Black Eyed Peas)
Blake Lively
Jessica Alba
Olivia Wilde
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Harry Belefonte
Will.i.am (The Black Eyed Peas)
Jessica Alba (Actress)
Laila Ali (Boxer, daughter of Muhammad Ali)
Michael Alter (CEO, Alter Group)
Odette Annable (Actress)
Dave Annable (Actor)
Marc Anthony (Singer)
Arcade Fire (Band)
India.Arie (Musician)
Ernie Banks (Former baseball player)
Sara Bareilles (Musician)
Joel Benenson (Pollster and political strategist)
Jeremy Bird (National Field Director)
Dewey Bozella (Boxer)
Laura Breckenridge (Actress)
Warren Buffett (CEO, Berkshire Hathaway)
Henry Cardenas (CEO, Cardenas Marketing Network)
Jon Carson (Director, Office of Public Engagement)
Vince Carter (Basketball player)
Philip E. Carter (Chief Operating Officer)
Shawn (Jay-Z) Carter (Rapper, entrepreneur)
Ron Chatterji (Economist)
Aneesh Chopra (Chief technology officer of the United States)
Steven Chu (Department of Energy)
Jamie Citron (Deputy director, LGBT)
Robert Clayton (Attorney)
Max Cleland (Secretary, American Battle Monument)
Chelsea Clinton (Former first daughter, philanthropist)
Bradley Cooper (Actor)
Chris Cornell (Musician)
Counting Crows (Band)
Robert Cray (Blues musician)
Pat Cunnane (President and CEO of Advanced Sports International)
Andrew Cuomo (Governor, New York)
Richard Daley (Former Chicago mayor)
Tim Daly (Actor)
Anthony David (Musician)
Mark Dayton (Minnesota governor)
Donald Dell (Executive)
Shaun Donovan (Secretary of housing and urban development)
Arne Duncan (Secretary of education)
Rob Dyrdek (Professional skateboarder, actor)
Megalyn Echikunwoke (Actress)
Len Elmore(Former NBA player and sports announcer)
Ari Emanuel (Co-CEO of William Morris Endeavor talent agency, brother of Rahm)
Eric Robertson and the Boston Boys (Band)
David Falk (Sports agent)
Giselle Fernandez (Producer)
America Ferrera (Actress)
Tina Fey (Actress, producer)
Arnie Fielkow (CEO, National Basketball Retired Players Association)
Justin Ford (Veterans director, Truman National Security)
Jamie Foxx (Actor)
Al Franken (U.S. senator)
Phillip Gilfus (Attorney)
Reagan Gomez (Actress)
Austan Goolsbee (Economist)
Al Green (Musician)
Josh Groban (Singer)
J.I. Halsell (Director of football operations and analytics)
James Harris (CEO, James Harris Associates)
Neil Patrick Harris (Actor)
Anne Hathaway (Actress)
Grant Hill (Basketball player)
Nancy Hogshead (Former olympian)
Bruce Hornsby (Musician)
Robert Housman (Vice president)
Joie Jacoby (Independent TV producer)
Jack Johnson (Singer)
Nick Jonas (Musician, The Jonas Brothers)
Joe Jonas (Musician, The Jonas Brothers)
Kevin Jonas (Musician, The Jonas Brothers)
Dahntay Jones (Basketball player)
Michael B. Jordan (Actor)
Clark Kellogg (ESPN basketball analyst, former NBA player)
Joe Kennedy (Head of men’s basketball operations)
Alicia Keys (Musician)
Jewel (Musician)
Billie Jean King (Former tennis player)
Ron Kirk (U.S. trade representative)
Brandon Knight
Mila Kunis (Actress)
Ray LaHood (Secretary of transportation)
Lilly Ledbetter
John Legend (Musician)
John Leguizamo (Actor, comedian)
Mario Lopez (Actor, TV host)
George Lopez (Comedian)
Jimmy Lynn (Sports consultant)
Maura Mandt (Producer)
Enrique ‘Ricky’ Martin (Musician)
Corey Mays (NFL player)
Jason McCall (President, McCall and Associates)
Audra McDonald (Musician, actress)
Tom McMillen (Homeland Security Capital Corporation)
Chrisette Michele (Musician)
Lea Michele (Actress-Glee)
Bette Midler (Singer, actress)
Robert ‘Rob’ Miller
Janelle Monae (Musician)
James Morin (Attorney)
Alonzo Mourning Jr. (Former basketball player)
Dikembe Mutombo (Former basketball player)
Hamady N’diaye (Basketball player)
Bebe Neuwirth (Actress)
Adewale Ogunleye (NFL player)
Eric Christian Olsen (Actor)
Sarah Jessica Parker (Actress)
Deval Patrick (Massachusetts governor)
Ameya Pawar (Alderman 47th Ward, Chicago)
Federico Pena (Former secretary of transportation)
Kal Penn (Actor)
Penn Masala (A capella group)
Chris Pine (Actor)
Richard Plepler (Co-president of HBO)
Alfreda Robinson (Associate dean)
Peter Rouse (Counselor to the president)
Kenneth Salazar (Secretary of the interior)
Kathleen Sebelius (Secretary of health and human services)
Eric Shinseki (Secretary of Veterans Affairs)
Bobby Rae Simmons aka B.o.B. (Rapper)
Reggie Smith (President, Chicago chapter of NFL Players Association)
Katie Smith (WNBA Player)
Emmitt Smith (Former NFL player)
Elena Sotomayor (Vice president, Cardenas Marketing Network)
Esperanza Spalding (Musician)
Regina Spektor (Singer)
Gwen Stefani (Musician)
Gloria Steinem (Feminist)
Curtis Stigers (Jazz musician)
Larry Summers (Former National Economic Council director)
James Taylor (Musician)
The Band Perry (Band)
The Roots (Band)
Train (Band)
Robert Tuke (Attorney)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Actor)
Vampire Weekend (Band)
Thomas Vilsack (Secretary of agriculture)
Kate Walsh (Actress)
Kerry Washington (Actress)