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The 9/11 Game

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posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 01:33 PM
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I posted some of this in another thread but decided it needed a thread of it's own actually.



September 11th, 2001. The day over 2000 lives were lost due to terroristic attacks. Did it change America? You know it. Was it for the better? Well, that's debatable.

The Bush administration received warnings of possible hijackings but of course, W. ignored them as it was his vacation time..not a place for worrying about plans to murder innocent citizens of the country you're in charge of.





After the attacks happened, it was a perfect excuse to go into Afghanistan. After that, Republicans played the 9/11 game.

What's the 9/11 game you ask?

It's when someone mentions 9/11 over and over and over to justify something. In this case, it was war with Iraq. Of course, WMD was a "concern" but 9/11 reached home to many Americans and only a select few agreed to an illegal invasion of a country that never attacked us.

The result: over 500,000 dead Iraqis.

That's the 9/11 game and it's sickening that the SAME (and new) people are playing the game again when it comes to the Mosque near Ground Zero. 9/11 shouldn't justify removing the freedom of religion from citizens of the United States and it's a damn shame it's being exploited by sick individuals such as Palin and her crew of morons.

In the end, it's obvious that 9/11 is a good tool for getting Americans who don't have a mind of their own on your side of a debate.




posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 01:39 PM
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Agreed S+F, politicians with a cause wear 9-11 on their sleeve like a sinner wears religion to justify his lack of change.



posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 12:15 AM
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Originally posted by trutherman
Agreed S+F, politicians with a cause wear 9-11 on their sleeve like a sinner wears religion to justify his lack of change.


Sad, it seems you're the only one who agrees and has a good mind set. Others want to reject this fact.



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