Hogan's Zeros: United We Stand for Nothing

Excerpt:  "Polarized. Divided. Torn." Those words are "representative of what America has become," according to former wrestler Hulk Hogan, who ripped apart a tee-shirt bearing those words at a recent press conference inFreedom, Pennsylvania.

Hogan made the appearance on behalf of an outfit calling itself Freedom Group of America, which is sponsoring an event called the National Towel Wave next Fourth of July. "We want to put our differences of politics and religion aside and come together as Americans," he said, as quoted in a Sept. 4th article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

According to that story, the Freedom Group is going to try to bring together conflicting personalities "such as Rush Limbaugh and Michael Moore, and Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck" to wave towels in a display of national unity. That ambitious aim begs the obvious question of how any loyal American could possibly unite with the likes of Moore and O'Donnell. Read More