The article was removed, but is cached here:
It looks like Lew Rockwell was right about "red state fascism":
Then we have the despicable call for another 9/11 to get Americans to support the continued occupation of Iraq.
He now says that responses show that his hypothesis that another 9/11 would unify American was wrong:
He also says he was not calling for an attack when he said "I'm thinking another 9/11 would help America."
He also says he wasn't not responsible for the headline: "To save America, we need another 9/11."
Doing what it was supposed to do, the headline captured attention, but it was slightly off. It said a 9/11 attack is "needed," which was a bit beyond what my column said.
The headline didn't "capture attention." It called for the deaths of Americans to get them to support the deaths of more Americans and Iraqis.
Stu Bykosky is a despicable man, and the Philly News is a despicable company, for publishing this. If I lived in Philly, I would raise hell about this with their advertisers.