Celebrities were among the first to recognize that 9/11 represents our failure as human beings to learn to understand and love each other. So why have the media ignored all of the celebrities who have reached out to al-Qaeda members in Iraq and at Hollywood soirees to show the so-called terrorists that basically we're all alike, with just a few differences that should be celebrated under the principle of diversity? Why have the media denied us uplifting footage of celebrities and al-Qaeda members holding hands and singing "Give Peace a Chance"?
Sure, there'll be a few glares and rude stares aimed at the women on the red carpet with their hair and ankles showing, but it's just their culture, which I'm told is better than ours. And once their vests goes off, you'll forget your hurt feelings.
(Everytime I hear that song, I think of this Cox and Forkum cartoon.)