posted on Jan, 27 2004 @ 04:59 AM
does it matter anymore? can we do anything to change it? i personally believe none of it. no way is a solider going to allow any aircraft domestic or
otherwise fly into pentagon airspace. the slightest deviance from the flight plan, and the plane would have been blown to pieces. the pentagon is
close to the white house, a solider never would allow the president and key gov't officials to be put in harms way.
and believe this, the person responsible for not "paying attention to detail" would be strung up and proably designated a traitor, court martial for
treason, and hung for public display. and yet, no such person has been named or even considered.
and to top it off, they want the american people to believe that two hijackers armed with boxcutters over took a plane with 200+ americans and crashed
it into the pentagon. yeah right!
there is NO WAY that any american is going to allow that , especially when they outnumber the terrorist 100 to 1. i'm american, and i can't see
and to let a plane fly into gov't airspace and crash into the pentagon? we must look like first class idiots to most of the free world. with all our
money, weapons, manpower, we can't find an indivual smart enough to see a plane out of it's flight pass? this particular 747 was headed for los
angeles, if it's headed towards the pentagon, i believe it safe to say, something's wrong.
we need to worry about what our gov't is doing in the name of americans. if i were to believe our gov't set up the whole thing in order to condone
war in other countries, i would start to wonder, "who is the real terrorist" that would mean the gov't officials sacrificed it's own citizens in
order to serve their own personal agenda, and that's scary.
because of this so called attack, the gov't had made your phones, computers, even your background an open book, there no longer is the right to
privacy, and the reasoning is, "we're rooting out terrorism on the homefront."
and now we spend billions of dollars building bigger better war toys, we're pouring millions into war torn iraq to help the people get over the
repressive oppressive tryranny of suddam, to help them regain they're sense of being, bring their country out of poverty and help them build a strong
economy. and oh yeah, bring democracy to the people of iraq.
i would appreciate a little less proverty here in the good ol us of a. not only do we have proverty, we have a below proverty line. what the heck is
that? below proverty? i never knew proverty had a line you go below. and as far as economies goes, ours isn't looking to good, we could use some of
those millions/billions to generate jobs so americans aren't starving and maybe we could get rid of that line below proverty.
not that i believe we shouldn't help the iraqis. it was our gov't, who put suddam in charge back in 1969, i do believe we owe them something.
was there a plane? i can't believe there was. remember the part of the pentagon that was supposedly hit was under construction at the time, and it is
funny the grass wasn't burnt, and even in the worst of plane crashes, they manage to identify everyone and account for most of victims and they have
no problems showing the mangled torn plane after the fact. yes without the gory body parts. believe their story, no i can't. but that's my opinion,
and a damn good one if i say so myself.