Is Ignorance a Prerequisite for Acting?

Lauri Regan
I had hoped that the election of the One would cause Hollywood liberals such as Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, and the rest of the American traitors to settle down for awhile and go back to the stage where they belong. Not unlike the empty hope of the Obama campaign, I was sadly mistaken. Cable television network FX has jumped into the anti-American arena with a 9/11 conspiracy theory appearing in one of its dramas.

As reported in the New York Times, the television series “Rescue Me” will air an episode giving credence to the inane, treasonous theory of one of its stars that 9/11 was actually a “’neoconservative government effort’ to control the world’s oil, drastically increase military spending, and ‘change the definition of pre-emptive attack.’” The actor, Daniel Sunjata, believes that 9/11 was an inside job and apparently had no trouble convincing the producers of the show to include this ridiculousness in their series. According to the NYT article:

“Peter Tolan, an executive producer, said Mr. Sunjata is “well read” and has “done a lot of research.”

Well I’m sold. If Mr. Sunjata, actor extraordinaire, says it’s so, then it must be. I anticipate that this episode will achieve record ratings with its ignorance and deceit displayed to America haters the world over. FX executives and the production staff of “Rescue Me” have taken Hollywood to a new low.



I had hoped that the election of the One would cause Hollywood liberals such as Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, and the rest of the American traitors to settle down for awhile and go back to the stage where they belong. Not unlike the empty hope of the Obama campaign, I was sadly mistaken. Cable television network FX has jumped into the anti-American arena with a 9/11 conspiracy theory appearing in one of its dramas.

As reported in the New York Times, the television series “Rescue Me” will air an episode giving credence to the inane, treasonous theory of one of its stars that 9/11 was actually a “’neoconservative government effort’ to control the world’s oil, drastically increase military spending, and ‘change the definition of pre-emptive attack.’” The actor, Daniel Sunjata, believes that 9/11 was an inside job and apparently had no trouble convincing the producers of the show to include this ridiculousness in their series. According to the NYT article:

“Peter Tolan, an executive producer, said Mr. Sunjata is “well read” and has “done a lot of research.”

Well I’m sold. If Mr. Sunjata, actor extraordinaire, says it’s so, then it must be. I anticipate that this episode will achieve record ratings with its ignorance and deceit displayed to America haters the world over. FX executives and the production staff of “Rescue Me” have taken Hollywood to a new low.