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Other suspicious facts are: Mohammed Atta was seen on Jack Abramoff’s gambling yacht two days before 9/11; the White House ignored a specific warning a month before 9/11; Bush sat frozen in his seat for seven minutes reading “My Pet Goat” to a kindergarten class after receiving the news (in spite of the August warning, which should have prompted him to immediate action); Cheney’s whereabouts and conduct on 9/11 have never been explained; and Zacharias Moussaoui has variously been described as a 9/11 plotter, a terrorist, a crackpot, and a terrorist wannabe who had nothing to do with 9/11 but was prosecuted anyway to placate the families of the victims.
Rev. David Griffin, a scholarly and soft-spoken man, made a compelling speech at University of Wisconsin/Madison last year. He persuaded me that Bush & Co. At least knew of the 9/11 attack in advance and failed to prevent it.
COMMENT #214 [Permalink]… Perry Logan said on 5/17/2006 @ 4:05 am PT…
ARE YOU A 9/11 CONSPIRACY NUT?
If you think fact-checking is a waste of time, you may be a 9/11 conspiracy nut. (Have you considered making a documentary?)
If you think international bankers financed a plan to close down Wall Street, you might be a 9/11 conspiracy nut.
If you think the perps made the cover story unbelievable and made blunders everywhere, fooling everyone in the world but you and your friends, you might be a 9/11 conspiracy nutball.
If disagreeing with you is certain proof that someone is an agent, you might be a 9/11 conspiracy nut.
If you think the profound questions of the world are best solved by angry white guys with IQ’s in the mid-80’s, you may be a 9/11 conspiracy nut. Or some other kind of nut.