Saturday, March 24, 2007

Rosie O'Donnell, Charlie Sheen team up on 9/11 movie

I see moonbats...they're everywhere. Walking around like regular people.
They only see what they want to see. They don't know they're moonbats.

I've previously commented on the 9/11 fantasy nuttiness of Charlie Sheen and Rosie O'Donnell here. Well, it looks like Charlie and Rosie are going to combine their nuttiness in an attempt to bring nuttiness to new heights.
A controversial new film about 9/11 is raising eyebrows, not only for its content, but also for the people involved in the project: Rosie O'Donnell and Charlie Sheen.

The sitcom actor and talk show hostess have both become spokespeople for the 9/11 conspiracy movement.

"If the government is lying about flight 93, is it hard to believe the rest is a lie?" That line can be heard on the video "Loose Change," which has been floating around the Internet for years, but now Sheen is in talks with Magnolia Pictures to narrate a new version of the video and redistribute it.

Sheen believes the government may have been behind the attacks, and said so in a recent interview.

"I have a hard time believing a fireball traveled down the elevator over 1100 feet, and still had the explosive energy to destroy the lobby as it was described," Sheen said on "The Alex Jones Show."

Meanwhile, O'Donnell has been using her Web site to reprint excerpts from the 9/11 conspiracy site,
I just don't get it. How does this insanity of 9/11 conspiracy theories persist in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary? What do these guys do when someone like Khalid Sheik Mohammed stands up and says he planned it? Cover their ears and sing "la-la-la, I can't hear you!"? The only thing I can think of is that it's Bush Derangement Syndrome in its most advanced stages. Their hatred for Bush is so powerful and their grip on reality already so tenuous that these barking moonbats can't be persuaded by simple facts.

But there may be a silver lining to all this. If the American public is as well-grounded as I think they are, this is career suicide for both of these two whack jobs. Rosie will lose her job on The View, and Charlie won't be able to find work anywhere in Hollywood.

I'm going to miss Two And A Half Men...I kind of like that show.

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