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Originally posted by laiguana
I don't get it? I didn't see the speech myself, but the President has the right to voice his opinion too on the matter. He's probably getting sick of these conspiracy theorists averting attention from the facts, attacking our administration, our president, and our troops, while offering their sympathy to the terrorists that caused 9/11 in the first place. Good for GW!
Originally posted by Maverickhunter
I saw on the news that George W Bush said that "we shall not believe in these 9-11 conspiracy theories." People can believe what they want to and say what they want to say yet he is surpressing their ideas... FDR did not do that. George W Bush is violating our first amendment rights by surpressing our right to protest by denouncing the claims about what happened that day. Since he addressed to the nation the idea of 9-11 conspiracy theories do you feel as though that he is afraid of them? What are your thoughts on the matter?