Star Wars Actor Wears Libertarian T-Shirt, Liberal Heads Explode Keith Farrell January 6, 2016 Headline News 3991 Share12K +14 Tweet Pin Share Share Reddit1 Stumble EmailShares 12K Liberals across the internet are incensed that Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac has been photographed sporting an Atlas Shrugged t-shirt. The five-year-old photo of the Hollywood star sporting the shirt displaying the title and cover likeness of Ayn Rand’s controversial novel has made its way around the dark recesses of the internet where the perpetually offended lurk. Related: The Libertarian Themes of Star Wars The shirt suggests Isaac could be an Objectivist, a proponent of Rand’s philosophy of rational self-interest and capitalism, or that he may have libertarian political leanings. While there is a difference in the ideologies, the two have become closely associated with each other over the past decade, thanks in part to the recent trilogy of theatrical movies based on the book. Related: Star Wars Libertarian Parody Isaac’s fans expressed feelings of anger and betrayal. http://progenyofworms.tumblr.com/post/136681186158/clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead-dashdottat Share12K +14 Tweet Pin Share Share Reddit1 Stumble EmailShares 12K Atlas shruggedayn randlibertarianobjectivistOscar IsaacPoe Dameronstar warsSocial Services Bureaucrat Indicted After Going On Food Stamp Spending SpreeTwitter Roasts Bernie Sanders After Another Ignorant TweetAbout The AuthorKeith FarrellEditor Keith Farrell is the Editor-in-Chief of The Libertarian Republic, a professional political commentator, journalist, and forthcoming author. He has been published internationally, including many popular right wing sites. As a researcher, Keith has worked with Steve Forbes on his latest book, and contributed educational funding research to The Yankee Institute of Public Policy. Keith is also founder of Spirits of '76, a non profit organization which has clothed and fed thousands of people in need in CT and RI. One Response CJS3 January 16, 2016 Isn’t he an actor? Exactly what does a shirt he wore five years ago have to do with a fantasy character he’s playing now? The people who are upset by this literally have NO lives.