I was flipping through the radio stations today on my portable music player and came across some talk radio, specifically, Michael Medved's show. A caller named Lynn was going to explain why the attacks on September 11 were an inside job, ie. an attack orchestrated by Americans to kill Americans.
Unfortunately, I had to wait through a 50 minute commercial break before the segment started back up. But I was killing that elliptical so I didn't mind.
Medved asked some very pointed questions, all of which were dodged for an opportunity for Lynn to try and plug a few websites and her agenda. For example, when asked who, specifically, was involved with the attacks, if not Arab extremists, she gave a laundry list of organizations such as the Bush administration and other military people. When pressed to give just one name she tried to plug the website.
Michael Medved had a friend who was on Flight 93 and wanted to know what happened to him then if nobody was actually on the plane? Lynn said they were taken to Dover, DE. She also claimed that none of the 19 hijackers were on the passenger list and the first thing that popped to my mind was, "If I was going to hijack a plane and fly it into some buildings I would have the common sense to not use my real name to buy those tickets."
So Bush was in on it the whole time. Although Lynn could not give an estimate of how many people it would have taken to cover this up- at first she said "maybe 20", so all 19 hijackers plus one other dude?- Bush planted the alleged explosives that took the buildings down (not the fires that reached in excess of 1800 degrees) and he schnookered hundreds of air traffic controllers and military people? That's quite a trick. Bush also must planted people on the flights that knew they were going to their deaths and one popular theory is that all the passengers from the other 3 flights were put on a single flight, yep you guessed it- Flight 93.
Fiction can be fun.
It is ironic that I heard this caller because 2 days ago I came across this article written by Popular Mechanics titled Debunking the 9/11 Myths. This article is far more compelling than any blurry photograph of the underside of an airplane I find on the conspiracy theorists websites.