Friday, March 30, 2007

Fred Thompson on 9/11 Conspiracy Theorists

Well the Truthers have Charlie Sheen and Rosie O'Donnell, but I will take former senator, and actor Fred Thompson over them any day:

It was an interesting coincidence that their announcements hit the news just as the military released Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s confession regarding his role in planning the 9/11 attacks — and a lot more.

Of course, we didn’t really need his confession, because his career has been so well documented. But sure enough, the terrorist’s admissions instantly drew sneers, and not just from the tin-foil hat crowd. Well-placed people acted like Mohammed’s smug confessions meant nothing.

A lot of people have at least a little in common with Sheen and O’Donnell. They just don’t like to think about how much our enemies actually hate us. It’s easier to escape down a rabbit hole to a land where our own government is tricking us into thinking the world is a dangerous place.

This would be the same government that can’t even keep our most secret surveillance programs out of the newspapers.


Of course he did play an overbearing Chief of Staff in "In the Line of Fire", so he must be New World Order...

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At 30 March, 2007 09:09, Blogger Beansox said...

Where was Fred on 9/11.. I dont remember him being around. Now that I mention it, I dont remember him being around for the last 6 six years. I only remember him being around when its time to pass out keys to White House.

Interesting.

 
At 30 March, 2007 09:44, Blogger Manny said...

I'll totally vote for him if he promises to play the doink doink noise at press conferences.

 
At 30 March, 2007 10:25, Blogger Triterope said...

"Al-Qaeda don't take a dump, son, without a plan."

 
At 30 March, 2007 12:52, Blogger Craig said...

The last six years??? Um, Thompson was a sitting US Senator until 2003.

 
At 30 March, 2007 13:34, Blogger shawn said...

And he was on Law and ORder and rocks on it.

 
At 30 March, 2007 23:25, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

Thompson MUST be involved!! He played in Die Hard II, which involved terrorists and airplanes!

 
At 31 March, 2007 06:49, Blogger Edmund Standing said...

'Well-placed people acted like Mohammed’s smug confessions meant nothing'.

I get so fed up with these idiots.

He was boasting about being responsible for 9/11 back in April 2002, before he was even in custody, for goodness sake.

 

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