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Oh Rosie, you so crazy

Not crazy-crazy, like "Damn that chick is craaaaazy," but like crazy as in, "You'd have to be crazy to say that in public."

But if Rosie O'Donnell is doing it, then so will I ...



I come clean! I'm a 9/11 "official story" doubter. Skeptic, even. I admit it. I "confess".

Haul me off to Gitmo now, please. Let's just get it over.

I do not believe that burning jet fuel is able to melt steel. It just doesn't burn hot enough. WTC steel was certified to withstand temperatures of up to 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit. Last I checked my periodic table, jet fuel - otherwise known as kerosene - has a low combustion temperature, and sustains a maximum output of 18,500 btu's. It burns at a sustained temperature of 1,500 degrees. By acknowledging this fact of our physical world, the entire story of the "pancake theory" is negated.

I also want to know why WTC 7 fell. Nobody has ever attempted to explain that to me. (**UPDATE** -- except these guys.) Rosie is asking the same questions, and for that her character is being assassinated by the likes of Donnie Bonaduce and Joe Scarborough?

She's not too articulate about her views. She's not as pointed as other, more "learned" members of the 9/11 Truth Movement. But damnit, she's got fans all over.

Anyone who can make Bill O'Reilly, Joe Scarborough AND Glenn Beck have simultaneous coronaries is a friend of mine.

Best thing is, she's not accusing Bush or Cheney or Israel or anyone. She's asking questions, whereas some of the more fanatical like to point fingers at Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld (though he was a shady mothaf***er), Sharon, et. al. That's not the way to go until there's a new, independent investigation.

Assumptions do nothing but degrade the movement as a whole. "Truth" cannot be based on "theories".

Still, Rosie raises valid points.

Why is it that nobody on television wishes to take her points to the mat? I'm sure, if she's so wrong, one of those mighty-mighty brain-men we love to love would be willing to shoot her down on the merits of her argument.

Right?

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