Ben Stein spoke before the Hollywood Congress of Republicans, where he told of the time he wrote a first draft screenplay based on his novel, The Boost. The credits for the film were eventually determined by WGA arbitration.
At one point during the WGA arbitration, Stein was in the men's room when one of the judges entered. Not knowing Stein was in a stall, Stein overheard the judge say to a colleague: "I couldn't give any credit to any son-of-a-bitch who worked for Richard Nixon."
Later, when announcing their decision, that same judge shamelessly told Stein, "Well, we thought about this really seriously and decided you don't get a credit."
"These were typical of my experiences as a Republican in Hollywood," said Stein.
Full article at: Hollywood Investigator.