posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 02:17 PM
reply to post by GoodOlDave
I've research the book and even have it on my HD as a pdf file. It's fascinating as far as the data points and the timeline specifics, and the
historical parts are pretty compelling, but it's what the report lacks and the assertions it comes to as a result of its lack of actual coverage that
doom it as a serious investigation report.
The only people who buy it as truth are being paid to, worrying about business contracts with those being paid to, or ideologically aligned with those
being paid to. The rest of the literate planet thinks it's foolishness and just more of what's wrong with the US in the 21st century.
But go ahead and defend it. No one has any illusions concerning your predisposition on this matter. Like when we watch some woman on TV claiming
that her whites are whiter with Tide. We know that she's not really standing in her laundry room. We know that she's surrounded by cameras and crews.
We're not stupid. Maybe in 2005 you guys were able to sway some opinions, but that train pulled out of the station years ago. This debate is
settled and has been settled for some time now. The real debate is over what to do about it.
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