I love how Kneepads is perfectly willing to take Tom Cruise's side about things and chooses to ignore anything to do with Scientology. It is like there is nothing bad that can come into the little cocoon that People has created for itself and it is all unicorns and naked David Beckham photos in their offices. Katie Holmes went to Ohio last week. Raise your hands if you ever saw Katie Holmes go to Ohio the entire time she was married to Tom. Yeah, except for the Scientologist in the corner I don't see any hands. I'm pretty sure you could go back and document almost everyday of the couple's marriage with photos and I know no one was photographed in Ohio or mentioned Ohio or even said the word Ohio. It sure wasn't Katie saying it because all she ever said in any interview was the word amazing.
"Katie visited Ohio with Suri many times. To say Tom prevented anything is a gross lie. He not only didn't prevent [Suri having a relationship with Holmes' family] but encouraged it and paid for it!" I really like the exclamation point, and thanks for paying for your kid to see her grandparents. That is really generous of you. How about also paying for some reimbursements for all those people Scientology screwed over. "The first several birthday parties Katie and Tom threw for Suri had the family and cousins come to town – all expenses were paid for by Tom." So, still no actual going to Ohio. Oh, and notice this was the first several parties. What about the last three?
"Holidays were always a family affair for the couple, the source says, no matter where their filming schedules took them. Holmes and Suri spent one Thanksgiving in Toledo with Cruise's teenage children, Bella, 19, and Connor, 17, while the actor was in Austria shooting Knight & Day and couldn't make it home in time to join the family." So, if he could have made it in time there would have been no Ohio. Wow, the guy protests a lot. I can see him shouting at people and spit flying from his mouth as he jumped up and down in his lifts while screaming, "I paid for those people from Ohio to come here. You tell them I did."