posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 07:51 AM
First of all, the person/people with a few of the Anonymous posts is/are (an) idiot(s). To the first one, the one that thinks his/her father is
responsible for shipping the President's secret book to an undisclosed location every three months, don't believe it unless you see it happen. My
mother believes every story told by her father before he passed away, some so outrageous I can't believe them, and I never met the guy. When families
tell stories, they are often embellished or not true, especially by people who are not as happy with their lives as they would like to be, so they
tell stories that they have partially grown to believe themselves. To the other Anonymous person, why on earth would a simple two letter acronym be
secretive? You are most certainly at liberty to discuss what an acronym means. They have bigger secrets to keep and bigger fish to fry. You would just
like us to think you're so cool because you think you have a major national secret. *Insert whoopdie-doo here and an aimless waving of both arms for
Andre18, it would definately be a book and not computer files. Computer files were not around in 1929, the latest year that Coolidge could have
possibly put the supposed clue plank from National Treasure 2 into the proverbial book of secrets.
(Sidenote: Assuming this book exists, the JFK assassination is not featured in it. If it were, the secret would be out already. The government does
not know anything more about it than you do, or they would be investigating and publicizing what they find. They want to find out the truth of the JFK
assassination as badly as you do.)
Second of all, a book like that cannot exist due to public interest. Some secrets that would be contained in that book cannot be leaked due to
security issues or other sensitive reasons. CIA and FBI secrets are on constant, 24 hour guard by able, trained, armed guards who have been instructed
to put their lives on the line if necessary to protect them. I would like there to be a book like that, and if there were, I would be first on the
hunt for the book. It's just not probable that the President of the United States would take secrets that even the next President should not know,
put them in a book, and hide the book in a strange place unguarded. Of course, if it was guarded, that would just confirm the existance of the book,
which then takes away the whole point of a "secret book", and we would all already know it exists. It takes you in a freudian circle of stupidity.
If these secrets were recorded by former presidents and other officials, they would be locked up in the CIA Headquarters Building in DC, in a file
cabinet, hidden behind a wall. If you COULD fit the secrets into a book, it would be hidden in the CIA Headquarters. It's too risky that someone like
the guys from National Treasure would find it. Some people, like the character Benjamin Gates, are smart enough to get to it.
Third and last, a book like that is useless. It's like keeping your friend's money in your wallet. Why would the President need all that
information? He has too much to do with the present time. The CIA would be the department to hold on to secrets like that. The book frankly does not
exist. I wish it did, but it didn't. I would be the first on a major search for national secrets and/or treasure.