Among These New Year's Resolutions, The Truther One Almost Looks Sane
New York's Village Voice asked a bunch of semi-celebrities what they would do if they could make one change to the Big Apple. And among the ridiculous entries, the Truther one actually seems normal. For example, Katie Roiphe, a writer, suggests a dauntingly large tax on incomes over $200,000. That may strike some of you as reasonable, but look at what she wants to do with the money:
... which would pay for the following in public schools: orchids and other plants, lavish salad bars, state-of-the-art coffee machines and excellent strong coffee for teachers, bright new rugs, gleaming new science labs, pretty libraries with window seats and pillows, art from great artists for the hallways, stipends for writers and poets to come and give workshops, assistant teachers, costumes, computers, magic markers, glitter.One cabaret singer spends her wish on cleaning up the ladies' room at Macy's:
You have never seen the kinds of crimes against humanity that people commit in a place that's supposed to bring joy to so many. It's unfathomable. It's horrific. It's cruel and unkind.Actually at least three people focus their attention on creating more public toilets, which I confess never brought joy to me (although they do provide relief).
So by the time the Truther one comes along it fits right in the toilet:
Actor (The Long Ride Home); advocate for Rethink 9/11
I hope and pray daily that we as a nation recognize that forensic evidence exists proving that Building 7 was brought down in a controlled demolition. We at rethink911.org and the entire crew at Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth have been tirelessly pursuing recognition for our peer-reviewed critiques and experiments into how and why Building 7 (the third tower to fall at freefall speed on 9/11) fell the way it did. Our hope in another new year is that the American people receive a true and impartial investigation into the events of 9/11.