You thought the Charlie Sheens, Rosie O'Donnells and people that are suspicious of a government involvement in the 9/11 massacre were weird...well a new group makes them look perfectly sane: The "9/11 Researchers". This group is accusing passengers of the planes of having a part of those days’ events.
"They're using a vicious Internet assault to pick on an elderly widow. Ellen lost her husband aboard United 175 on Sept. 11, 2001.
"They have no respect for women, no respect for the dead and no respect for little children who now have been orphaned."
Ellen is the subject of a blistering battering on the Web site of an outfit that calls itself "9/11 Researchers." While conspiracy theories are nothing new - Rosie O'Donnell gave voice on "The View" to the belief the government was involved - these bozos blast fellow conspiracy groups for not going far enough.
On their Web site, Ellen's current, private home address is listed for every whack job to see. There also is "evidence" that her husband helped plan the attacks.
How could a retired, 58-year-old deliveryman help plan the destruction of the Twin Towers? The proof, presented as a kind of "gotcha!" smoking gun, is strikingly shallow..." (Read the entire article)
I really wonder who these people are and what happened in their lives to make them so willing to hurt others for some extremist agenda. Are there regular working Joes in the group or are they the children of the Vietnam protestors that dream all this up during their art school classes? I know of one "the government did it" guy that lives around here and he hasn't worked in years --maybe it's just a matter of way too much time for feeble minds?