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Idiots that don't believe we landed on the moon, or that think the Bush Administration was involved in plotting 9/11.
I was having Thanksgiving dinner with some friends. And, one of the guys I didn't know real well started complaining about the war. When he said something about Bush and Cheney knowing about 9/11 I had to stop him in his tracks. I said, "Look...I don't want to offend anyone in this room."
And, to set the scene, there were about 25 people there. I said, "If anyone here thinks there was a conspiracy involved with 9/11, and people in our administration, you're an idiot. It's that simple. I understand that at the Adams Avenue Street Scene, they had booths set up passing out pamphlets stating that Bush knew about the attacks before hand. If I would've seen them, I would've told them, they were idiots. People that believe in conspiracy theories, are idiots. It's that simple."
Another thing to think about -- it's insulting to the families of anyone that died in those buildings.
Of course, a few in the crowd didn't like my comments, but when the women sensed it would escalated, the subjected changed.
Aside from me typing all the reasons why 9/11 had nothing to do with President Bush, and why with President Kennedy there was a lone gunman, and why we really did land on the moon, and why OJ Simpson killed two people...just realize something. For conspiracies to work, you need a lot of people involved. And, you need NONE of those people to talk after years and years.
That, alone, would never happen. With all the book deals, or people itching for their 15 minutes of fame or quick cash, it just wouldn't fly.
If you need more than that, I'll be happy to debate it with ya. But, keep in mind, I'll think you're an idiot the entire time we debate the issue.
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