posted June 01, 2009 05:12 PM
Hope springs eternal that Bush orchestrated the 9/11 WTC attack. To that end, endless pseudo science is pulled out of the air and out of butts to back up those baseless claims.
Some questions, questions which should be easy to answer are:
Why would Bush implement a plan to attack the WTC and Pentagon with civilian aircraft?
Bush already had enough to go after al-Qaeda who had attacked the US all through the administration of Kommander Korruption so he didn't need any further excuse.
Saddam had ignored 15 additional UN Security Council Resolutions demanding he live up to his cease-fire agreements...and Saddam was shooting at US and British aircraft flying the no-fly zone in Iraq. Bush didn't need any further excuses for going after Saddam either. Further, it has been the policy of the United States...by a joint resolution of Congress passed in 1998 to remove Saddam Hussein. Bush didn't need a single extra incentive to do that and didn't need an attack on the WTC and Pentagon.
Some claim those weren't civilian aircraft but interlopers. So, in that case where are the commercial aircraft which..in the nuts scenario were not destroyed?...and where are the civilian passengers which...in this scenario did not die?
Where is the bomb blast residue from the explosions the 9/11 Concerned Nuts allege destroyed the WTC? Every explosive leaves identifiable residue when it explodes. In this case it would have been all over the bits and pieces of the WTC debris. So, where is that residue. Please don't attempt to say the government rushed to clean up the site. That took months.
So, laying all the bloviating from the 9/11 Concerned Nuts aside, this is the real story of how the WTC collapsed and why.
This nutty conspiracy theory has been debunked for 7 years but hope springs eternal in the hearts of the Bush haters.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. According to the 9/11 Concerned Nuts, Popular Mechanics and the entire collection of hard sciences experts they consulted...are in on the conspiracy.
Debunking the 9/11 Myths: Special Report
Popular Mechanics examines the evidence and consults the experts to refute the most persistent conspiracy theories of September 11.