|Ashley Judd making "Cat" calls.|
Cedar's Take: Judds are the poster girls for self centered egos. When Wynonna wed longtime boyfriend Cactus Moser last month, two guests who didn't show were mom Naomi and sister Ashley. Keep in mind that both mom and sister have homes on the same Tennessee farm where the wedding took place.
Wynonna explained about the absence: "Ashley's probably so busy with [husband] Dario [Franchitti] having won the Indianapolis 500, she probably doesn't even know"
"We're getting ready to sit down with our life coach and re-evaluate what we want out of (our) relationship . . . We (Naomi, Wynonna and Ashley) just don't have a lot of contact right now, if any, because we're all doing our own thing."
"I'm getting ready to have a meeting with Ashley, and re-do our family contract, and re-set our boundaries," Wynonna added "It's just really healthy."
Seriously, do we really want the direction of our country decided by women who have life coaches to help navigate the complexities of mother/daughter/stepsister relationships?
Cedar's Favorite Quote on Ashley Judd: "Ashley is a stupid, arrogant, raging egomaniac. She's one of those insufferable "new-agey" people who think there's something fundamentally spiritual about every dump she takes." - Indy race car driver Milka Duno
Judd on Obama: "I think that he is a powerful leader, I think that he is a brilliant man I think that he has an incredible devotion to our Constitution, and that he is now able to flower more as the president I knew he could be."
Judd on Obama's support of gay marriage: "I was extremely proud of his statement about gay marriage, for example, because he didn’t need to do that. He was just displaying his values and his belief in equality. And that moved me to tears."
Judd on Mitt Romney: "To be perfectly honest, I haven't paid that much attention to him because I'm so into my guy,"
Judd on being a DNC delegate: “My experience in 2008 was pretty life-changing,” she said. “It was glorious in Denver. I’m looking forward to an equally provocative and meaningful experience in Charlotte.”
Cedar Update: Ashley Judd at CPCC's Pease Auditorium. Where at least 100 women stopped by to listen to the actress and activist.