One has to wonder if these 'irreconcilable differences' deal with his decision to publicly support the 911 Truth Movement. Certainly for a wife to leave while she is pregnent means some pretty big 'differences' must be there.Denise Richards Files for Divorce from Charlie Sheen
Actress Denise Richards has filed for divorce from actor Charlie Sheen,
citing irreconcilable differences. Married since June 2002, the couple
have a one-year-old daughter and are expecting their second child in
three months. Richards is seeking spousal support and full legal and
physical custody of the children; she has asked Sheen be granted
visitation rights. Richards has retained powerhouse attorney Laura
Wasser, known for representing Hollywood's most powerful men.
dhess31 said:One of the reasons I posted this article in particular is because of who he is. Although his dad was known as somewhat of an activist, Charlie doesn't usually get involved in this kind of stuff to me knowledge.
In general he doesn't get "associated with the left". so maybe, MAYBE, people who are on the fence might listen to what he has to say since he isn't known as a whack-job.
Although I'm sure he will get labeled like that NOW.
Charlie Sheen doesn’t buy 9/11 spin
By Inside Track
Thursday, March 23, 2006
Charlie Sheen, following in the footsteps of his politically outspoken father, Martin Sheen, has joined the chorus of conspiracy theorists who don’t believe the official version of events surrounding 9/11.
The estranged husband of Denise Richards, who is better known for his affinity for prostitutes and gambling than his Homeland Security credentials, told the GCN Radio Network he doesn’t buy the government’s explanation that “19 amateurs with box cutters (took) over four commercial airliners and (hit) 75 percent of their targets.”
The “Two and a Half Men” star, who was shooting his former sitcom “Spin City” the morning the World Trade Center towers fell, said he was immediately suspicious about the official reason given for the buildings’ collapse. After watching in horror as the South Tower was hit, he said to his brother, “call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition?”
Sheen pointed out that eyewitnesses recounted hearing what sounded like bombs and explosions coming from the basement levels of the buildings and discounted the theory that the damage to the towers’ lobbies was the result of fireballs traveling 110 feet down elevator shafts.
The father of two also questioned whether a plane actually hit the Pentagon and how President George Bush was able to see the first plane hit the north tower, when no live footage of that incident was carried.
“I guess one of the perks of being president is that you get access to TV channels that don’t exist in the known universe,” the actor-turned-pseudo-intellect quipped.
“It is up to us to reveal the truth,” Sheen asserted. “We owe it to everybody’s life who was drastically altered, horrifically that day and forever. We owe it to them to uncover what happened.”
Excuse us if we don’t exactly feel that Charlie’s the man for that job!
Ruth said:I particularly like this effort at damage control by the Boston Herald. Talk about blatant.
dhess31 said:Poor Charlie. He doesn't know what he's getting himself into. Maybe we ought to send him a link to the SOTT...
That article is just the beginning I bet. They'll slam him now.
I bet he either changes his story or goes all "Tom Cruise".
I guess the writer is dumb as a rock. How many politicians, who now proclaim to be acting in our best interests, fit that same description? Sheesh.The estranged husband of Denise Richards, who is better known for his affinity for prostitutes and gambling than his Homeland Security credentials, [...] Excuse us if we don’t exactly feel that Charlie’s the man for that job!
When I first heard about this, my impression is that Mr. Sheen is trying to mimic George Cloony's political posturings (sincere or not). There was plenty of time for him to come out, but he waited until his reputation was already going down the tubes to do so. In this age of high and moral America (officially), his antics may get him blacklisted, and some publicity (not too brazen, mind you, but just a bit across the line) may do him good, as public support shows.beau said:See, some people will focus on what he is saying. And others will focus on his past. A few people who I've shown the prison planet article to have scoffed at the notion that Sheen represents a credible source. His associations with cocaine and prostitues is undeniable, but still what he says is very true. Leave it to prison planet to paint Sheen as a "highly credible public figure" and a "prominent, credible whistleblower". Maybe the implication is that he is an actor and thus more weight is added to his words. But he isn't blowing any whistles.
I'm having similar thoughts remembering about a year and a half ago when I think it was Anderson Cooper on CNN did a similar short lived debate on 9/11. Seemed to disappear rather quickly after the polls were opened and the data gathered. The problem I have with this line of thought, in terms of polling the populace, is that doing so seems to create a feedback loop where people that might not have been interested in the topic or question the official story now are presented with something that might jar them out of their sleep. The more polls and debate that are shown on the MSM would seem to create more interest and more individuals that question the offical story. Also, the polls would seem to be more biased (towards the higher end of yes, we don't believe the offical story) because people frustrated by the situation naturally want an outlet or voice. So they jump at the chance to show their thoughts. Atleast this is how I've reacted to any MSM debate and polling.EsoQuest said:A) Get as large and public a poll as possible regarding what people do believe. I.e., gather information by bringing the fearful populace out of their bunkers by encouraging them with an "unbiased official interview", and