Tom Cruise chews out Matt Lauer on LIVE TV





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Published on Jan 4, 2009

Tom gets into an argument with the Today Show's Matt Lauer. Tom is arrogant and gets rattled when Lauer won't kiss his ass. These Scientology nuts are out of their damn minds.

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I totally agree with Tom's stance on mental health drugs They are extremely bad news.
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Please tell me what vitamin can cure schizophrenia? There is room for medication in treatment as well as holistic approaches.  It is not as black and white as he has been fooled into thinking.  Many years working in psyc hospitals has shown me that some things cannot be treated any other way.  It is true that drugs are over prescribed and that's because it is cheaper and easier than behavior mod and cognitive beh methods.
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Archie Bunker
Wow, I was totally unaware that Tom Cruise went to medical school and was an expert in all things relating to chemistry.  And here, I just thought that he was a self-centered, cult-following, delusional, nut-job, high-school dropout that became an actor!
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Jean-Luc Picard
As much as I hate his "religion" he does have a point about those drugs.
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Jacque Noir
Well said Tom, drugs only mask the problem.
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Toms right to a degree but not right by the way he approaches the interviewer here... he could do it alot less aggressively 
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Jack O
Tom Cruise was and is the man. I know media tried to and did talk shit about him for jumping on the coach but there is really nothing crazy about being excited.  Big Pharma that sponsors and owns most media just got mad cuz of his views. 
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Tom's right on this one. All he's saying is that there are alternative cures to serious issues like depression; that come without the severe and debilitating side effects that the powerful psychotropic drugs induce.  He's simply stating that there is a way to CURE those illnesses, not just TREAT them and that it can be done cost effectively.  Furthermore he's getting at the end result, a higher quality of life.  A higher quality of life in this case is feeling great, upbeat and energetic without the need for expensive and dangerous drugs.  What Tom is advocating is safer, more effective, and less costly.  It seems obvious that if a person is suffering from depression they should at least give Tom's way a try FIRST.  Because it probably will work them and save them the expense and risk associated with addictive drugs.   Call him whatever you want, even crazy people get things right once in a while.
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Shauna O Reilly
shit I came here to see a crazy Tom cruise but came away in agreement with so much of his points.
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Anna Beleyesi
scientology is nuts but Cruise is dead on when it comes to drugging the population.
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