Senate getting involved in revisiting 9/11

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  1. jafc

    jafc Member

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    I'm not talking about another government investigation, I'm asking if you got a truly independent investigation and got the same results?
     
  2. cjnewson88

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    And it will get the same results. Truthers can lunch ad hominem attacks against as many of the commissioners they like, it doesn't change the fact that 19 arab extremists hijacked 4 planes and flew them into buildings. It doesn't change the fact that the commission report got the job done; it told the story, accurately.

    Yes, they had a hard time. In a massive event like 9/11 everyone from the Airlines to the CIA are going to be trying to cover their ass. That's not conspiracy, it's just political bull****. That is why the commission used it subpoena power several times.

    And in the years following the 9/11 commission, the amount of FOIA information which has poured out into the public domain, there is no excuse for people to still think the report got it wrong. It's contents are easily verifiable.
     
  3. RtWngaFraud

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    Nobody protests over Kennedy either, but hardly anybody believe the "official" BS either. In a way, you're right. The powers that be appear to have largely won, and that's a shame. The next lesson we have to re-learn will be much more expensive, all the way around.
     
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    cjnewson88 Well-Known Member

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    Fraud, your comparing the possibility of a second gunman that killed one person 50 years ago, with a conspiracy to murder 3,000 people, cause mass damage and destruction; the largest attack on US soil in history. To think a million people wouldn't be marching in the streets every day until their murdering government stood down is a joke. At the very least you would expect crowds on 9/11, and certainly more than a room full at every 9/11 event throughout the year.
     
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    SeeMyBlog, you're failing to recognize that most of the public feels powerless against these factions of our government, and they don't think it matter WHAT they believe, because they will still be powerless to do anything about it. That's NOT the same thing as people believing both 9/11 and JFK's murder stink to high heaven. Most reasonable people believe JFK's murder was something OTHER THAN what was presented "officially", and most reasonable people smell a rat when it comes to 9/11.

    But then, there ARE those that simply believe everything they're told, like good little lemmings, I'll grant you.
     
  6. Brother Jonathan

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    For sure and why shouldn't they? People have been taught since kindergarten to trust authority. The men in blue costumes are here to "Protect and Serve" no matter what they actually do.
     
  7. Ronstar

    Ronstar Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I'm skeptical of all sorts of things.

    But the science proves the WTC didn't collapse due to explosives or thermite.
     
  8. LoneStrSt8

    LoneStrSt8 New Member Past Donor

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    Those aren't 'costumes',kid....when you speak of them so cynically,I'm reminded of kipling's 'Tommy'
     
  9. Brother Jonathan

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    They are costumes just like black robes are the costumes of judges and uniforms are the costumes of the military. Costumes are costumes. I wear one on Halloween sometimes.
     
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    Ronstar Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    you're confusing a costume with a uniform.
     
  11. Brother Jonathan

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    You are confusing uniforms with costumes.
     
  12. LoneStrSt8

    LoneStrSt8 New Member Past Donor

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    Odd how you don't see the difference.

    'Yes, makin' mock o' uniforms that guard you while you sleep
    Is cheaper than them uniforms, an' they're starvation cheap;'
     
  13. Ronstar

    Ronstar Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    a costume is clothing to allow someone to make believe they are something they are not.

    most uniforms are official clothing used to accurately represent their position.

    if you can't understand the difference, I cant help you.
     
  14. Brother Jonathan

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    The boys in blue pretend to "protect and serve" while they rule. They know they are the rulers because they wear a badge, weapons, and a cute blue costume.

    They are the rulers. They have no duty to protect you or me. Their job is to do the duty of the rulers.

    [video=youtube;EfZ-_xoz9kk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfZ-_xoz9kk[/video]
     
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    Ronstar Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    sounds like a sad redneck country music song.


    does his dog die, his house get flooded, and his wife leave him next?

    :)
     
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    Not a bit of it.

    But, then, most of you know sod-all about fire science.

    A veteran hose-dragger like myself or some of the engineers at ground zero were expecting it to happen much earlier than it did.
     
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    Kind of hoist on your own petard there.
     
  18. Brother Jonathan

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    >>>MOD EDIT: INSULT<<<. That video and quote you deleted was a response to Ronstar not you. The video simply proves the meatheads in costumes with badges do the bidding of the rulers. Contrary to public opinion the police are not out there to serve and protect. They are out there to rule. Watch the video.
     
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    I watched the video. A cop or a soldier is all the same in one regard, they both have to learn basic fighting skills,, making clear judgment calls, putting themselves at some risk to maintain public order. What? Do you want them on a short leash so that they are not free to pull over some anarchistical maniac doing 110MPH down the Interstate on a rainy Saturday night?
     
  20. Brother Jonathan

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    In a police state.
     
  21. leftysergeant

    leftysergeant New Member

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    In a civilized state. The soldier keeps us safe from foreign enemies, the cop from neighboring enemies.
     
  22. Brother Jonathan

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    I don't buy it.

    If soldiers kept us safe then 9/11 would have never happened. They (whoever really was behind 9/11) attacked the headquarters of the most powerful military industrial complex the world has ever known for crying out loud. That is not keeping Americans safe. Whether it was a blunder or intentional our soldiers failed to keep lives of 3000 Americans safe on 9/11. I hope the Senate gets involved in a new look into 9/11 to find out what really happened that day.

    Cops don't keep us safe either. Police are minutes away when seconds count. Police kill more people in America than terrorists. Oftentimes DEA, or SWAT teams, kill over petty drug offenses. I always avoid police when I can because many of them are half-cocked meatheads that'll kill somebody's dog for no reason at all.

    [video=youtube;CQ4GPVE4nJw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ4GPVE4nJw[/video]
     
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    Who was the (*)(*)(*)(*)ing idiot who left their Rottie off leash? Do you know what a dog like that can do to a child or a senior?
     
  24. Brother Jonathan

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    Do you know what a stray bullet can do to a child or senior? Firing a gun in a neighborhood is a bad idea whether one is wearing jeans or a costume and badge. The dog was not hurting anyone and was mostly just guarding his owner's property.
     
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    That's it?...so, the person who owned the dog wasn't responsible for keeping that animal locked up on on his property, which it clearly wasn't. Do you know the history of this dog or the history of the police call that lead him to this animal?

    Just a "jacked boot" cop, right?
     

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