Friday, April 27, 2007

News: Buh-bye, Rosie; RIP Kathryn

Rosie O'Donnell left "The View" recently. I've always written her off as a committed-yet-hypocritical leftist, someone who believes handguns are bad, but doesn't mind that she has armed guards protecting her. Her bile-spewing exchanges with Donald Trump were filling up the airwaves for the past few months, but I think it was her comments about the 9/11 conspiracy that finally did her in--

Rosie claiming that the World Trade Center's Building 7 was brought down by explosives on 9/11: "I do believe that it is the first time in history that fire has ever melted steel. I do believe that it defies physics for the World Trade Center Tower 7 ... which collapsed in on itself. It is impossible for a building to fall the way it fell without explosives being involved. --

Gee, Rosie, your Wikipedia article doesn't mention a degree in physics or engineering. I wonder how seriously we should take a college dropout-turned-comedian-turned-talk show host. Well, here's the best fisking of these 9/11 conspiracy theories I've ever read.


In other news, the cops that "mistakenly" shot and killed 92-year-old Kathryn Johnson pled guilty to manslaughter and were sentenced to about a decade in prison. Folks, if you or I broke down some innocent old lady's door, shot her to death, planted evidence in her home, and then pressured some stoolie to lie about the whole thing, how much time do you think we'd get? That ain't manslaughter. Last time I checked, premeditated homicide with malice aforethought was first degree murder. That whole "Some animals are more equal than others" thing should be a flashing banner in the middle of that article.


At 9:39 PM, Anonymous terry said...

Rosie is not the only one. Also, check out the Senior Military, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, Government Officials, Professors, 9-11 Survivors and Family Members who have expressed significant criticism of the 9-11 Commission Report and/or allege government complicity in 9-11 found here:



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