Originally posted by gimmefootball400
What gets me about this is that some people claim it was an inside job.
Great opening statement. You're saying that you have a problem with the very idea of 9/11 being an inside job. Not
with the arguments that
are made, not with the people making
those arguments, but 'what gets you' that some people claim this, that the claim is being made, and
it's apparently unpleasant to you.
That's the real beef here and it shows sometimes better than others, but this whole "debate", all of this comes down to, more or less, a bunch
of people that can accept the idea, arguing with a bunch of people for whom the idea is unpleasant or even scary.
What a coincidence, that such a polarization would occur, no?
Both "sides" of the issue have their experts, no? There are organizations now of professional scientists with Ph.D.'s, engineers with their
proper licensing and degrees (for which I can post plenty of links with member lists, names, degrees, etc.), the member "Griff" here is one such
certified and licensed structural engineer who disagrees with the official story, and I think most here will agree that he's a pretty reasonable
guy, and certainly not stupid.
So the "polarizing agent" doesn't seem to be intelligence, or a lack thereof.
So you say, we must hate our government? Hate our country?
I'm not predisposed to really hate anything, honestly. I wouldn't waste the energy for something so pointless, and I'm really not a spiteful
person. So, I'm led to believe that this isn't the case either.
What's left? I'm not a "liberal", either. I'm not even political. From what I'm seeing, I'm telling you that the difference is that
some people can accept the idea, others cannot
You said it yourself, what 'gets you' is that some people claim this. The claim is a frightening one.