Alec Baldwin Sees Obama’s Re-Election As 'End of White, Middle-Aged, Christian, Male Dominance'

By Elizabeth Harrington | November 12, 2012 | 10:20 AM EST

This May 16, 2012 file photo shows actor Alec Baldwin at the opening ceremony and screening of "Moonrise Kingdom" at the 65th international film festival, in Cannes, southern France. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)

( – Actor Alec Baldwin, a liberal Democrat, said the re-election of President Barack Obama means the "end of white, middle-aged Christian male dominance.”

“Obama's election signaled one change. His re-election signaled another -- the end of white, middle-aged Christian male dominance,” the star of NBC’s “30 Rock” tweeted Saturday through his “Alec Baldwin Foundation” account.

Baldwin was responding to Janine Turner, an actress and political commentator, who quoted George Washington in a tweet that said, “It is among the evils, and perhaps not the smallest, of democratical governments, that the people must feel before they will see."

“My previous George Washington quote sums up the election,” Turner said. “Americans haven't felt the impact of Obama's policies yet - so they can't see...”

Baldwin supported Obama’s reelection and had narrated a ad where he said “Tuesday, you can vote for a candidate who ignored the hard questions … or you can reelect a president who gave us answers.”