posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 04:01 AM
reply to post by Exuberant1
No, not really. I don't see why the President of the United States would go on record to declare a "nobody" as the most dangerous anything.
• If it was about crazy stories, fairytales, and/or lies... why not focus on Coast to Coast AM? Good show, but sometimes there are some pretty "out
there" people on that broadcast. Some guests and callers have made claims far beyond anything Cooper ever said.
• If it was about imminent danger or spreading hate.. why not focus on the militant white supremacists that spew much, much more hate through their
radio broadcasting? Some encourage hate, have militia and tactical teams, and are ready to jump into a race war. Seems they would be more physically
dangerous than Mr. Milton Cooper.
I don't agree with some things William Cooper said. But I do believe there are some pearls of truth within some of his claims. Why else would a U.S.
president be so concerned with him? At the most he helped me entertain certain concepts that I would not have otherwise discovered, and at the least
he was entertaining. He's just a man with a family.. a man that felt he was protecting his home and family. Why be so hostile and cheery that he is
dead? A family lost William Cooper when he was killed.