Leonardo DiCaprio

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Leonardo DiCaprio (born 1972) is a liberal actor and environmentalist. He is best known for his role as Jack in the film Titanic.

He supported John Kerry's failed bid for president in 2004. In recent years, he has gained notoriety for being a so-called "expert" on global warming, notwithstanding the fact that he dropped out of high school. His recent global-warming schlockumentary The Eleventh Hour was a major box-office flop.

After Barack Hussein Obama won the elections of 2008, DiCaprio stated: "I couldn't be more proud of my country right now, proud to be an American, and I think the entire world was looking for a transition like this." He also hoped "Obama will have a stronger environmental agenda than the out-going Bush administration."[1]

DiCaprio has been repeatedly criticized for luxuriously many traveling thousands of miles in private airplanes and thereby polluting the environment far more than most people do, while advocating for climate change-type reductions in energy use.

Despite his liberal politics, DiCaprio is said to be an avid shooter.[2]

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