Madonna Can’t Prove Government Was in on 9/11 'Deal'
By Jim Roberts
Nov 17, 2005
Pop star Madonna gives what appears to be a bizarre interview to Rolling Stone Magazine that is excerpted on People's website. The 47-year old travels far and wide and gives opinions on everything from 9/11 to Tom Cruise to Scientology, to Michael Moore to President Bush.
The excerpts show why folks lampoon celebrities.
On her 9/11 conspiracy theory:
"9/11 was too ambiguous," she tells the magazine.
"You couldn't prove how the government was somehow in on the deal. There were too many arguments against it. You could say, 'Oh, that's just Michael Moore,' 'Oh, that's just hearsay.'
So - is Madonna saying that the government was in on 9/11 and if someone with more credibility than Michael Moore tackled the issue, we'd all now see how the US government was in on 'the deal?'
Is this a serious statement? Somehow out of context?
On George Bush:
"I was just frigging devastated," she says of his re-election last year. "It was a real sad day." She rationalizes the way the election swung on Bush's making the public feel safe – until, she says, Hurricane Katrina blew in.
She defends Tom Cruise:
"We're both in the take-a-lot-of-s--- club together," Madonna tells Rolling Stone magazine in its new issue, according to People. "I don't really know what Scientology is, and because I don't know, I'm not in a position to have an opinion about it. But I don't think anybody else knows, either."
Her unabashed advice to the critics of the both of them? "They need to shut the f--- up."
Tom Cruise may say the same thing to Madonna after that bizarre Howard Dean like claim of a 'deal' by the US Government for 9/11.