Thursday, January 19, 2012

Actor Mark Wahlberg: I Could Have Single-handedly Fought off Terrorists and Landed the 9/11 Hijacked Plane!

Marky Mark: Real-life, one-man, terrorist-plot-fighter

Cross-posted at the Left Coast Rebel

Some humility from Marky Mark:

Mark Wahlberg claims he could have done what hundreds of other doomed passengers couldn't ... fought off the multiple 9/11 terrorists and saved one of the hijacked planes.

Wahlberg just gave an interview with Men's Journal ... in which he states, "If I was on that plane with my kids, it wouldn't have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of blood in that first-class cabin and then me saying, 'OK, we're going to land somewhere safely, don't worry.'"

Ha! Apparently Mark Wahlberg is having a tough time separating fact from silver-screen fiction.

What is it about today's actors' bloated sense of importance, entitlement, omniscience and elitism?

Is it any wonder that the Hollywood Left has no problem forcing their socialist worldview on all of us?

More and more Americans are on to their gig, refusing to spend their hard-earned dollars to sponsor Hollyweird's twisted, overtly-political crap-fests.

Update (by Proof): Wahlberg has since apologized:
In his apology, Wahlberg said: "I deeply apologize to the families of the victims that my answer came off as insensitive, it was certainly not my intention.”


  1. I think it has to do with hollywood stars never having lived in the real world. These pampered, manicured metrosexuals play what they think are real men so often they've swallowed their own baloney.

    Charles Bronson, Lee Marvin, Clark Gable and their generation were real men who had done rough work and served their country in wartime.

    What have any of those hollywood "men" ever done?

    1. Silver: Much the same is true of our politicians, too.

  2. I miss the old days, when he modeled Calvins and didn't talk.
    Did you know he has three nipples?

    I hope he didn't get whiplash from backing up so fast.

    1. He doesn't look old enough to have played the part of "Francisco Scaramanga" in "The man with a golden gun". I thought that was Christopher Lee.

    2. Thank you for that report, Mrs. C! I'm sure there are those who find nipples stimulating! The subject, I mean...

  3. Who is Mark Wahlberg? Is he one of the people on Jersey Shore?

  4. Strangely enough, Christopher Lee and Ian Fleming were distant cousins.


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