Aniston Talks Pitt, Politics, Aging, TV

Brace yourself for Jennifer Aniston's (search) take on the world — because it's not pretty.

In a rant in Newsweek, the sexy actress — apparently still bitter that Brad Pitt (search) ran off with Angelina Jolie (search) — lashes out at everything from President Bush to plastic surgery, and even bites the hand that fed her: television.

In "Seven Things I'd Rather Talk About Than the Men in (or Out) of My Life," the former "Friends" star asks: "Why did it take so long to respond to the crisis in New Orleans? Everything is imploding. It all seems to lead back to our dear president."

Of the obstruction-of-justice and perjury charges lodged against former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, she quips: "How about that indictment?"

Nor is the 36-year-old brunette impressed with methods people use to keep looking young.

"It seems like people are messing around with dangerous stuff. Look at some of the faces out there!" she says.

Men age gracefully, although "you're seeing more men having plastic surgery, which is weird. Nothing is worse than a guy with an eye job — and don't think we can't tell," she said.

And when it comes to the state of television, she asks: "Where are all the sitcoms? Why are we so obsessed with reality TV? We don't know how to write and create good shows."

She also says she's been wrongly pegged as a crier since splitting with Pitt.

Aniston reportedly broke down during an interview for the September issue of Vanity Fair.

"I was upset about the Vanity Fair article. I had one moment when I got emotional because I hadn't sat down with an interviewer since this whole debacle took place," Aniston told Newsweek magazine. "It happened for a second and then it was over."

The 36-year-old actress has said the media coverage and tabloid rumors were hard to deal with — especially reports that she didn't want to start a family.

Her divorce from Pitt became final Oct. 2, concluding 4 1/2 years of marriage. They separated in January.

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