posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 07:16 PM
reply to post by Dark Ghost
I'll take a stab at that question, DarkGhost, and I think it's a fair and intelligent question.
These issues were raised, in a legal framework, prior to the election of President Obama. Several months prior. Those lawsuits, as well as
successive ones, were ruled by the presiding courts as not having standing to have the suits heard. It was ruled that only Congress has the right
to bring such cases.
Thus, the questions still remain, unheard, evidence unheard.
It IS funny, and I join you in appreciating the humor of it, even though I participate. Both sides are determined and give no quarter. It's
really not much of a debate, as it's unstructured like most of the conspiracies here.
My opinion -- much of it revolves around a lack of a truly neutral source of information. There is WMD on one extreme, that has some good info, but
taints itself with rhetoric, and Factcheck and others on the other side that does the same thing.
The U.S. government appears to sit on their numb behinds and seems to not want to risk their influential positions by even hinting at getting
There, that's in, in my opinion, in a nutshell.