Monday, February 20, 2006

Bruce Willis Appreciates Emergency Workers

From Star Pulse (emphasis added):

Bruce Willis is championing a new initiative to provide emergency workers with better pay, and he believes starring as policemen adds weight to their campaign. The star jumps at the chance to plays cops in action films because he wants Americans to realize the harsh realitites of their everyday life.

He says, "I have a strong affinity towards working class people. I believe that any job that requires you to possibly get shot at or get shot dead, you should be paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for. These guys (cops) don't get paid anything, yet they go out there and do it. There are not a lot of them out there, and they are the last line between us and the wolves and the chaos that's out in the world. All these guys - cops, EMT workers, men and women, emergency room doctors and nurses - have to see horrific things. There should be thousands of films done about these guys. And they should get paid more money, a lot more money."


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