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Originally posted by samhouston1886
I would encourage you to stop wasting your time trying to debate them.
Nobody could be so foolish as to defend the lies we have been given at the level that we are seeing if there was no benefit to them.
Originally posted by TheOmen
reply to post by theshow47
I believe Bush states that he saw the FIRST plane hit and thought that it was just an accident. It wasn't until his staff notified him of the second plane hit, that he new the country was "under attack". Nothing to be skeptical about really.
Originally posted by theshow47
One part in particular I'm skeptic of. The part where they try to debunk that Bush saw the plane hit, and that they think he might have confused the first plane with the second. They show the quote at the bottom when Bush is in the classroom- along the lines of an aide saying "a second plane has hit". How do we know he was not saying "A plane" and not "A second plane". Bush could be confusing the planes. Very weak point being forced upon the viewer.