Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Maggie Gyllenhaal, best known for her role as the disturbed temp in the S&M indie flick Secretary, tried her hand at career suicide last week. Reflecting upon the events of 9/11, Gyllenhaal said, “I think America has done reprehensible things and is responsible in some way.” In response to a torrent of angry criticism following her comments, Gyllenhaal remained defiant, releasing a statement which included this gem: “Not to have the courage to ask these questions of ourselves is to betray the victims of 9/11.”

With that, Ms. Gyllenhaal publicly endorsed the inane logic of radical Islamo-fascist terror groups like Al-Qaeda, then had the audacity to reiterate her sentiments on behalf of the 9/11 victims themselves, all in less than a week. Good job, Maggie! I’m guessing you’ve just finished reading Jane Fonda’s biography.


At 4/29/2005 6:51 PM, Blogger azgopbabeval said...

She's so ugly that she has to be radical to get acting jobs... sad, but true...


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