Denise Richards (left) with Sophie Marceau in the 1999 007 hit The World is Not Enough.
By Lee Pfeiffer
If you thought it was a stretch accepting Denise Richards as a scientist in the 1999 James Bond film The World is Not Enough, wait until you hear her impersonate a singer. Richards was given the privilege of singing the national anthem at a recent Chicago Cubs baseball game - and while the practice is designed to be fun by having non-professional singers take a crack at the song, Richards went beyond the pale. The woman couldn't carry a tune if it had handles. What on earth was she thinking? Not since Roseanne Barr's notorious rendition of the anthem (followed by a crotch grab when the crowd started to boo her), has American dignity been so offended. Let's get a Congressional bill passed quickly that prevents Richards from singing again. To view the crime against our nation, click here.