Tuesday, March 21, 2006


Charlie Sheen is the latest high profile entertainer to jump on the bash Bush bandwagon. Otherwise known as "The BBB."

Sheen had this to say recently about some aspects of 9-11 that seemed suspicious to him:

"There was a feeling, it just didn't look any commercial jetliner I've flown on any time in my life and then when the buildings came down later on that day I said to my brother 'call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition'?"

Controlled demolition? Give me a break! And he added this:

"Sheen questioned the plausibility of a fireballs traveling 1100 feet down an elevator shaft and causing damage to the lobbies of the towers as seen in video footage, especially when contrasted with eyewitness accounts of bombs and explosions in the basement levels of the buildings."

He is, after all, Martin's son. He went on about Bush:

"Sheen then questioned President Bush's actions on 9/11 and his location at the Booker Elementary School in Florida. Once Andy Card had whispered to Bush that America was under attack why didn't the secret service immediately whisk Bush away to a secret location?"


"By remaining at a location where it was publicly known the President would be before 9/11, he was not only putting his own life in danger, but the lives of hundreds of schoolchildren. That is unless the government knew for sure what the targets were beforehand and that President Bush wasn't one of them."

Obviously he's an expert in Secret Service procedures, too:

"It seems to me that upon the revelation of that news that the secret service would grab the President as if he was on fire and remove him from that room," said Sheen.

Dallas revisited:

Sheen said that "September 11 wasn't the Zapruder film, it was the Zapruder film festival," and that the inquiry had to be, "headed, if this is possible, by some neutral investigative committee. What if we used retired political foreign nationals? What if we used experts that don't have any ties whatsoever to this administration?"

Let's do it for the "families" :

"It is up to us to reveal the truth. It is up to us because we owe it to the families, we owe it to the victims. We owe it to everybody's life who was drastically altered, horrifically that day and forever. We owe it to them to uncover what happened."

Did Babs have all these numbskulls over to the Malibu compound to plan out their mid-term election strategy? I think there's a good chance that's just what happened.

First we have Sarandon announcing her plan to portray Sheehan in a movie; then we have Santana attacking Bush; then the brain pilot Charlie Sheen spouting his expertise regarding building demolitions; and, finally, Babs is going back on tour just in time for the next election cycle. Wow! This is going to get good--good and ugly, that is.

Continue reading the article here. Or listen to the interview here.

Hat tip: Ace of Spades

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