posted on Feb, 7 2004 @ 01:39 PM
Or, it could be a conspiracy in another sense. It might've been done simply to divert the attention of the country from more pertinent and important
matters. As was done with Michael Jackson's case. Every time every media station concentrates on something so miniscule in actual importance, it
seems to be an effort by the powers that be (or the government anyway) to distract the populace.
Remember moveon.org? Americans are more interested in beer, erectile disfunction, and seeing a horse's ass blow out a candle, than they are
interested in political matters that involve the deaths of thousands of people across the world. Nah, Americans don't need that. They are seen as
mindless consumers by the big corporations that run this country. And what do mindless consumers need? Beer, Viagra, Yogurt, Cars, Sports, Big screen
TVs, videogames, and the list goes on. No need to care about garbage like war, corruption in governments, coverups, conspiracies... no no no all that
is NOT for the fat, mcdonalds-eating, football-watching Americans
No, really, just ask the guys who run this country!