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WHAT IS UP WITH THE CONSPIRACY THEORY?

Reader comment on item: Who's to Blame for 9/11

Submitted by Richard Rogers (United States), Sep 5, 2006 at 23:08

To those who believe George Bush and our government is the cause for 9/11 and that no Terrriosts were involved in this, please get your head out of your arse. Why would ANY PRESIDENT want to attack their own country? It doesn't make any sense, sure yes, they may not be giving us the whole truth on the whole story on the attack but that doesn't make it that our government is the cause for it.

And why would anyone want to almost bankrupt their largest income of money to the Government, and to those who don't know it its THE AIRLINES. SInce the attack almost every international airline in this country went bankrupt, there is no evidence to say that our goverment did it. so if there is I want to see it and I want to see if its backed with ACTUAL evidence. Oh and the "no one was prepared" issue, its because our branches in the goverment were too arrogant to talk to one another. They each had a piece of information and if they had talked to each other they could have figured it out.

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