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Posted 17 September 2012 - 08:40 PM

Pretty fascinating and bizzare all at the same time. And it has been chippy.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 10:44 PM

People complain about the two-party system, corporate contributions, etc. But Ventura is a good example of why you might not want true "outsider" politicians; you get whackjobs that think 9/11 was staged by the government.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:26 AM

People complain about the two-party system, corporate contributions, etc. But Ventura is a good example of why you might not want true "outsider" politicians; you get whackjobs that think 9/11 was staged by the government.


Well in all reality, there were certain factions of our political structure whom did indeed have a hand in the enablence and cover-up of 9/11. "Whackjobs" wouldnt exactly be an accurate adjective of those who believe this. The evidence speaks largely in contradiction to the official account, and anyone who believes the pitiful attempt of an explaination that the 9/11 Commission Report offers, with its obvious inaccuracies, omitted information, and paid-off "science," should more rightfully be deemed with a questionable level of sanity. It's really pretty obvious when you start to open your eyes to these shenanigans.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:44 AM

"Whackjobs" wouldnt exactly be an accurate adjective of those who believe this. The evidence speaks largely in contradiction to the official account, and anyone who believes the pitiful attempt of an explaination that the 9/11 Commission Report offered, with its obvious inaccuracies, omitted information, and paid-off "science," should more rightfully be deemed with a questionable level of sanity.


Eloquently worded Venom. I believe the Romney campaign could use your talents.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:51 AM

Eloquently worded Venom. I believe the Romney campaign could use your talents.


Hahaha...was just innocently giving him a taste of his own medicine B)

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:55 AM

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Conspiracy theories are rational attempts to make sense of senseless events

Roughly one third of Americans believe that the 9/11 attacks were an inside job. Before British readers start to feel smug, the Telegraph’s blogs editor reports that around 25 percent of young Britons feel the same way. Theories of what really happened range from a controlled explosion, to a missile, while potential culprits include the United States government, freemasonry, Israel and shape-shifting lizards from the Draco solar system.

Some of the comments at the bottom of this article are quite amusing to me.

http://blogs.telegra...ou-might-think/

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 01:04 AM

Wow I wouldve never guessed that around 1/3 of Americans believe 9/11 was an inside job...if thats truly the case, there has to be an assload of closet "truthers" out there...becuase my real world experience doesnt seem to reflect that, haha. Would be awesome though.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 01:18 AM

The Third Tower.



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Posted 18 September 2012 - 07:37 AM

The fact that a surprising number of people believe crazy things is why we benefit from a political system that puts filters, like parties, and yes, the need to raise funds, between the voters and the process. The so-called science behind the conspiracy threories has been debunked many times over, but like right wingers on climate change or lefties on genetically modified foods "truthers" aren't going to hear science that contradicts what they want to believe. So we count on party leaders and rich donors, who usually have to have at least a little common sense to get where they are, to filter them out of our politics.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 08:37 AM

Aside from his anti-religion slant, I love Ventura, and wish he would've ran this year instead of us having another election of "choose who will F up the least." If he runs in 2016, it will be the first election I participate in.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 09:26 AM

The fact that a surprising number of people believe crazy things is why we benefit from a political system that puts filters, like parties, and yes, the need to raise funds, between the voters and the process. The so-called science behind the conspiracy threories has been debunked many times over, but like right wingers on climate change or lefties on genetically modified foods "truthers" aren't going to hear science that contradicts what they want to believe. So we count on party leaders and rich donors, who usually have to have at least a little common sense to get where they are, to filter them out of our politics.


False. Various non-science fringe theories have been cherry picked and subsequently debunked. Also, most of these debunking didn't really debunk the "science" involved in the theory, but instead skewed the facts of the theory in order to fit into their staged debunking.

You need to realize that there are very bad theories and bad science that are put out into the community on purpose to discredit the truth movement. These theories are subsequently the ones that are publicly debunked so that people like you can go "But all the theories are false! How can people believe such nonsense!". When in fact, such a claim is the nonsense. The true science behind the theories are forwarded by AE911truth.org and other similar organizations. The establishment won't touch that science in an attempted debunking. You know why? Because it's actual science and not bullshit like the commission report.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 10:23 AM

The fact that a surprising number of people believe crazy things is why we benefit from a political system that puts filters, like parties, and yes, the need to raise funds, between the voters and the process. The so-called science behind the conspiracy threories has been debunked many times over, but like right wingers on climate change or lefties on genetically modified foods "truthers" aren't going to hear science that contradicts what they want to believe. So we count on party leaders and rich donors, who usually have to have at least a little common sense to get where they are, to filter them out of our politics.


I'm sorry my friend...but the fact of the matter about this, is that you're simply wrong...thats just how it is. The evidence is there, it is rather obvious, and it speak for itself in large volumes. The problem here is most people are letting the ruling establishment tell them the sky is red, and people will believe that the sky is red, when its obviously not red. This science that you speak of is intentionally flawed, bought-and-paid-for...and just overall a bunch of fabricated BS that holds no real world value to the scenarios that took place on that day. Open your eyes...its actually quite easy to see.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 11:23 AM

His comments on politicians wearing Nascar outfits was pretty good haha

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 01:00 PM

You won't find me buying a pig in a poke.

Having said that, no way does our government have the ability to pull off a stunt like 9/11 without having dozens, if not hundreds, of people running to the press with hard evidence of wrong doing.

You have to be a pretty skeptical of your fellow man, to think they would all stand by while thousands of their fellow Americans died fiery deaths. Would you stand by and do nothing? I know I wouldn't.

Another problem with human nature is people can't keep their mouths shut. It has been 11 years and all we have is pure speculation from the conspiracy believers. Dismiss all the government science, but at least provide some verifiable proof with your alternate arguments

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 05:35 PM

Another problem with human nature is people can't keep their mouths shut. It has been 11 years and all we have is pure speculation from the conspiracy believers.


This.

It's like many criminals that get away scot free...they usually open their mouth somewhere down the line to the wrong person and let the cat out of the bag.

Just wondering....are these the same folks that say the moon landing was a hoax?


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