By Marc Snetiker
Updated May 23, 2012 at 02:35 PM EDT
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Alec Baldwin plays a staunch conservative on 30 Rock, but his personal politics are famously liberal, as demonstrated by a fusillade of anti-Republican tweets yesterday. Baldwin let his opinion loose on some 870,000 followers as he took to Twitter from the Cannes Film Festival, where he wrote, “Away from the noise and vulgarity of the U.S. election. I gotta tell you. It’s been nice.” Only a few hours later, Baldwin blasted the Republican party in a series of tweeted heats (sorry, heated tweets):

Don’t misconstrue Baldwin’s opining as the grassroots of a political campaign, though. After his brief rant, Baldwin moved beyond punditry and penned a pleasant haiku about Cannes.

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