Wednesday, August 02, 2006

The cracks in the wall of deception

Now that the 9/11 Commission has revealed that it suspected the Pentagon of subterfuge in regard to their reports on September 11, one can only wonder what more revelations concerning that day of infamy await us.

It's been interesting hearing moderate liberal talk radio host Ed Schultz slowly shift from outright contempt for 9/11 conspiracy theorists to slightly more measured tones over just a few days. I'm sure the latest news from Kean and company had something to due with Big Eddie's second thoughts.

I've seen all the movies and weighed all the evidence in my own mind, and the bottom line is this: something just doesn't add up. This seems especially true in regard to the hit on the Pentagon (for balance, here is evidence in support of the official story. And here, from the same source, is a conspiracy about the conspiracy). But the collapse of Building 7 still remains a mystery (and most people think only two towers fell).

More links to Dan Eggen's Washington Post story or related items at other sites: One, Two, Three, Four.

And you, too, can visit Scholars for 9/11 Truth and decide for yourself.

So what I do think? At best, we witnessed the most glaring examples of U.S. governmental incompetence in history, which has become a consistent performance standard for this administration.

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