Mark Ruffalo: There are more questions than answers about 9/11

Luke Rudkowski of recently ran into actor, director and producer Mark Ruffalo in the streets of NYC.

have no fear and always have love in your heart and we can do anything. Mark Ruffalo is a perfect example of that.

Mark, where are all your friends...

in the business?

Ruffalo is on the terrorist watch-list

I kid you not...

"Indie actor Mark Ruffalo says he found himself on the Pennsylvania Homeland Security office's terror watch list for organizing screening of an oil-drilling documentary.

According to the World Entertainment News Network, Ruffalo -- who has starred in such films as The Kids Are All Right, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Zodiac -- told GQ magazine he found it "pretty f--cking funny" that he would be suspected of terrorism for raising the alarm about what many say is an environmentally harmful way of drilling for oil and gas."

We are run by lunatics.

Good on Mark. He seems like a nice, down-to-Earth guy with a low tolerance for bullshit. Which makes him a rarity in Hollywood.

First they came for the Muslims...

This example is precisely why activists who are engaged in other causes are clueless when they (unlike Ruffalo) dismiss the issue of 9/11 truth. We might laugh at these 'Homeland Security' offices and their watchlists--but they're not going away any time soon. And just how was it they came into existence in the first place? Have they always been a part of the political landscape in this country? Or might there have been, say, a specific event which led people to believe such institutions were justified, if not necessary? Hmmmm, is there something I'm forgetting?...

Few things rile me more than when 9/11 truth activists are mischaracterized as only caring about one issue. Many more should see that that issue is integrally related to addressing all the other ways we are getting screwed, but too many activists still don't (or say they don't). If only Ruffalo weren't such an exception in this regard.

seems not

watch @4:20