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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Alec Baldwin and Stephen Baldwin Buy House Together, One That Straddles U.S./Canada Border, on Eve of U.S. Presidential Election

In the world of politics today, actors Alec Baldwin and his younger brother Stephen Baldwin, purchased a large home straddling the border between the United States and Canada. The U.S. portion is in northern Minnesota. Both Baldwin brothers had declared, separately, that he would leave the United States and live elsewhere if his Presidential candidate lost.

However, Alec Baldwin is a liberal, and Stephen Baldwin is a conservative, which means that each supports his own candidate. Alec supports President Obama's re-election, and Stephen supports Mitt Romney.

"It's just too Goddamn expensive to buy another house by myself if my candidate loses," Alec said in his typical forthright manner of speaking. "Stephen has been even more battered by the lengthy recession than I have. Plus, neither one of us really wanted to be that far away from the Good Ole USA. I mean, we're not stupid.

"It's real simple. Whoever wants to move out of the U.S. will live on the Canadian side, and whoever's candidate wins will live on the U.S. side. That way, we've got it covered both ways. And it's just a hell of a lot cheaper."

Contacted for comment, Stephen Baldwin declined to speak about the matter, except to say, "Whatever Alec does, I do the opposite. I mean, that's how we make our living."

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