posted on May, 16 2006 @ 07:42 PM
With the newly released Pentagon film, it appears the 9/11 Conspiracy is hot water again. Not to say its cooled over the years, but it fell
from the daily headlines to say the least.
With the emergance of the Pentagon discussion, I began to wonder if the government actually cares what the common citizen thinks? If people honestly
thought Bush was behind 9/11, would he of been re-elected? I sincerely hope not. So it would seem that most people accept the 9/11 story.
Is it or should it be a government agenda to prove without a doubt that they had nothing to do with 9/11. Should they work towards defending the
actual story, not allow the two sides to step in. Maybe I am wrong but it seems like the government are in the middle of a constant bickering match,
and kind of stay quiet. Obviously we know their stance, but would it be appropriate for them to step up and become even more vocal in their
So I ask, would it be reasonable for the government to work towards ending this 9/11 conspiracy (Yeah Right) or do they actually care what people want
This will never end and everyone will never be satisfied. But does the government spend its time wondering what people really think?
In our democratic state you would think they would, but in my opinion it does not seem to matter.
Curious to know what ATS thinks, does the government care about the conspiracy theories surrounding their administration knowing nothing can be