Viggo Mortensen – who was denied a much-deserved Golden Globe nomination yesterday for his work in A History of Violence – has been an outspoken critic of the Bush administration for some time. Now, in the latest issue of Progressive Magazine, he's clarified his dissent. "I'm not anti-Bush," he tells the magazine. “I’m anti-Bush behavior. In other words, I’m against cheating, greed, cruelty, racism, imperialism, religious fundamentalism, treason, and the seemingly limitless capacity for hypocrisy shown by Bush and his administration.” Okay, that's much clearer. Want some more? Viggo cites the administration's handling of the Katrina disaster, as well as the president's refusal to meet with Crawford-based protestor Cindy Sheehan, as dual failures that have left the actor particularly disheartened. “Cindy Sheehan and how badly Katrina was bungled are two shots to the heart,” he said. “I hope the beast does fall down soon." For those of you who might be moved by these comments to go looking for anti-Viggo ammunition, may we suggest G.I. Jane?