posted on Feb, 26 2011 @ 01:05 PM
reply to post by OneNationUnder
Unfortunately, I was not able to watch more then two episodes of "Conspiracy Theory" In my case, not watching more, was no conspiracy, but it was on
(for me) a rather obscure network, and on late my time. (I'm not a night-owl) Really wanted to see more episodes. Governor Ventura is a man I really
admired when he was in office. He was one guy so honest, (as in no bull cookies) based on what I could tell from any actions or statements while in
office, a lot of people did not like that. But it was obvious this guy just hated playing games. And SOME people expected him to be a typical
politician. OOPS, no dice. He did what he said he would when in office, he was willing it seemed to negotiate in an honest straight forward manner.
And his first concern, though I didn't agree w/all of his policies, was what was in the best interest of our state. Wow, what a concept!
If there were some aspects of an episode or more then one it would seem, it would not be unusual to have a psudo-studio authority say something like
"well we have trouble w/this part of the program, can we delete this or that name, location, (your typical "sensitive" material) ? As an ex-Navy
SEAL, and I believe very much a man who would never do anything to compromise national or any individual states security, I am quite puzzled as to
certain problems he may have had. I would think there is always a way to get a point across w/out exposing truly sensitive stuff. Hmmm... The Governor
knows security and though one episode had to do w/private, usually corporate "rent a spooks", something that worries me not because we don't need
the corporate community to help us out in so many areas, we do, and to me it makes sense. What worries me is the quality of training and supervision
of this group. (Not all, not by any means) Yeah, I could see how that episode would upset some people. I would have presented it w/my own version of
"shadow actors". It would get the point across, but in a way that there would have left no trail of virtual/real or other concept connecting
"fingerprints". Oh well.
Any way, hope the program comes back.