ThatsJustWeird, when I say, or anyone else here, says "inside job," or "government involvement," we're not ignorantly suggesting that all
government employees orchestrated 9/11. What we mean, just so you know, is that the higher-up officials and heads of intelligence, etc., were involved
in its planning an execution. "Government" is just easier to say than all of that jazz. It goes understood that everyone knows what we mean.
Let's examine how you just dodged a point or two here in your last post:
You say the Bush Admin couldn't have brought in so many corrupt people with it, because only so many changed when Bush arrived.
I agree with AlwaysLearning, as would any educated person, and say the gov's been corrupt for years, citing examples of scandals.
The Bush administration wasn't in office for all those things.
That's where you're getting mixed up. I'm talking about the Bush admin, you're talking about the federal government.
Who said they weren't corrupt btw?
Thereby you totally switched points, and therefore this is totally irrelevant.
Who was behind those scandals btw? Were all 3 million employees behind Watergate? Were all 3 million behind Iran-Contra, Ruby Ridge, Waco? Or do you
just deny any of those ever took place? Because if you accept they happened, and deny all 3 million people did it, then you are thereby agreeing with
what I'm saying. Otherwise you're just being stubborn. It's common knowledge
that higher-up officials do things without the consent of
everyone else working in the gov! I don't see how you can possibly argue otherwise and simultaneously say that you know history. It's
You say in order for it to be a conspiracy, all 3 million people in the gov would have to know about it.
I say that's total bs. There are different levels of gov, and the intelligence agencies could very well have done it themselves. Only a few would
have to know.
Dude, that's what I'm saying.
There are over 3 million people in the federal government (not including contractors and military). YOU'RE the one saying those 3 million+ planned
and carried out the attacks if you're blaming the government.
You do not understand how the executive branch and its agencies and Congress interact. At all. Nor do you understand my claims, because I never said
three million people were in on it.
Members of Bush's Admin (ie, Rumsfeld, Ashcroft) have denied information to both the public and Congress alike on several times since 9/11 regarding
various figures and intelligence. An example of this is the Bush Admin's reluctance to give figures to Congress on how it's been using the Patriot
Act. Congress has no idea how often the Bush Admin has been using the Patriot Act to invade people's privacy. That fact alone shatters your black and
white thought that if one person knows, everyone must know. But to go further, ir's common knowledge that the CIA works with information that they
don't have to let anyone without permission see. That's the whole "classified" thing, in case you've never heard of that word. It applies to
people in the government as well. They don't have to submit their budget figures, let alone what they've spent it on or what they've been doing to
Congress, or anyone else. Your average Joe Congressman from Kansas or Idaho doesn't have any idea what the CIA is doing, besides what they come out
and say they're doing. It's likely that party leaders don't either. The CIA doesn't have to tell Congress what it's doing. If you disagree with
this then you're simply ignorant and I cannot further respond. I apologize.
Did you even read my post?
I'll post it again...
"Only the heads of these agencies are put in place by the President/Senate. That's his administration. Everyone else has been there for years
(unless of course they're new hires). The government has close to 3,000,000 employees. You didn't think all 3 mil are part of the Bush admin did
Please explain how that is discrediting you in an "amateurish" way?
I explained the difference between the Bush admin and the federal government as a whole. As evident by your previous post, you didn't know that info
so I provided. In no way did I discredit anything.
Lol, you forgot the
. It's called mockery.
If they wanted to do it, they certainly could, and I don't think anyone here can deny that. At any rate, the CIA alone could do it if
you think al Qaeda could.
I didn't think that was too hard to understand. x.x
In short, I ask you two simple questions:
Do you deny that Teapot Dome, Watergate, Iran-Contra, Ruby Ridge, or Waco took place?
If not, do you think all 3 million employees participated in each event?
Let's see your answers.