Actor James Woods: 'People Lock Their Car Doors When Obama Walks By...They're Afraid He'll Tax Them to Death'

Emmy Award-winning actor James Woods had some harsh words for the President Friday.

Shortly after Barack Obama finished his address concerning race and the George Zimmerman verdict - which included comments about people locking their car doors when black men walk by - Woods tweeted, "The only reason people lock their car doors when Obama walks by is they are afraid he'll tax them to death":


Woods continued his rant Saturday:

For those unfamiliar with Woods, his breakout role was in 1979's "The Onion Field" for which he received his first Golden Globe nomination.

He then starred in Sergio Leone's spectacular "Once Upon a Time in America" followed by Oliver Stone's "Salvador" and "Nixon."

He has won three Emmy Awards for made for television movies "Promise" and "My Name Is Bill W.," and for the animated series Hercules.

His voice has also appeared on Family Guy and The Simpsons.

(HT Twitchy)

Noel Sheppard
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