There is one thing that we are all forgetting and that's that we really needed this as a country, our military included. I'm not saying that accomplishing one goal excuses any wrongdoing of any kind, but I'd much rather see the military head into investigations over civilian massacre with Zarqawi dead than without.<br><br>The next step is finding some way to make this help us get out of there.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey
Larry Silverstein and Rudi Giuliani were behind the whole thing. One wanted the insurance gelt, the other wanted a book deal. Next thing you know, Towers fall down go boom! <br><br>Seriously, allow for a second the hypothesis that this was an inside job from the start. Step numero uno in setting up the Iraq invasion. Seeing what this admin will do to get it's way, it's almost plausible. Almost... until you look at the scale of such a con job. The implications. The shear impossibility to pull of a scam of that magnitude without someone choking. Without some kind of slip-up. Without something going visibly wrong. 9/11 wasn't Ocean's 11, Michael.<br><br>Fertile ground for speculation? Sure. Look at the Kennedy assassination. But the probability of that day being "staged" is just too far out there IMHO.<br><br>
I have no problem believing anything that as of yet hasn't been disproved, or that has a measure of "doability". It's already been shown that the U.S. intel community virtually gave these guys carte blanche because of their ego-centric territorial policies. What's not to believe? Better yet, show me what's more believable! You can provide inks to hundreds of theories, hypotheses, and white papers. Some are damned near as believable as the current default story. But not MORE so. And regarding "questions"... an event of this magnitude will generate questions forever. It's too big and too complex to ever be pat.<br><br>Do I have questions? Of course I do. Do I expect them to ever be answered? Let's just say my expectations are proportionate to the credibility of the Admin. But 'til an indisputable revelation comes along, I can accept that Atta and Co. pulled off their "project" successfully.<br><br>It all comes down to rationalizations. As in shaping the available facts to fit your own preferences.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> Yeah. Anything but sheep. That's your territory, rigger-digger-do. <p><hr></blockquote><p><br>HA, HA, HA ,,... man that zinger had to hurt !! <br><br>A+++++++ for that one !!<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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