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    Second American Civil War Coming?

    Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,

    It seems the US is becoming quite polarized over the 9/11 Truth Movement.
    Danny Bonaduce, who's looking quite haggard but still has his hair (hairless guys like me notice these stupid things), has called for Rosie O'Donnell's execution simply because she has a curious mind and asks questions. Bill
    O'Riley and other neocon media pundits are savagely attacking her too.

    Since when is speaking your mind a crime (unless it's a hate-mongering)?

    Rosie O'Donnell is not going to back down; in fact, this controversy will harden her resolve.

    If Rosie O'Donnell were indeed assassinated, likely by a wingnut who listened to the fool Danny Bonaduce, could this spark the beginning of The Second American Civil War?

    The number of Americans who believe they were not told the whole truth regarding 9/11 is in the high majority.

    All it takes is a spark, a flash, to wake up America and set it ablaze!

    That's my take, anyway.

    I never really cared much for Rosie O'Donnell, but she's got my respect now.

    GO ROSIE! GO ROSIE!

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    Who cares since aliens are about to invade us anyway. I'm looking forward to meet the triple-breasted SP from Eroticon 6.

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    Many lies have been spread about 9/11. For anyone interested in getting a scientific look at the facts, check out:

    Rosie's comments: http://tinyurl.com/yp4mnp

    More generally: http://tinyurl.com/yhcdwt

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    The sky is falling.

    Hello Alfonso,

    So we are basing the specter of another American Civi War on the bickering between loud mouth idiots. How misdirected. You missed several much more threatening crisises. The Borg mutants want to steal our atmosphere to destroy us, the Ninja Turtles are stealing and breeding with our women, a vampire scourge has overrun most of South America and is now headed northward, and Barney the dinosaur is rotting the minds of babies. Now...get back to the real news will you.

    Pouting at you,

    Korbel

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfonso
    Rosie O'Donnell is not going to back down; in fact, this controversy will harden her resolve.
    Ms. O'Donnell is yet another not very well educated, entertainment celebrity who is obsessed by her own self importance. Being an actor or actress doesn’t mean that you can’t be well educated and well informed about a particular topic, however such people generally are not the members of the entertainment community who have a great deal to say about various controversial issues.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/...opinion-center

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    NOTE: Most people (or should I say lunatics...) who defend themselves by brandishing the sacred icon of free speech, have nothing intelligent to say in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustBob
    NOTE: Most people (or should I say lunatics...) who defend themselves by brandishing the sacred icon of free speech, have nothing intelligent to say in the first place.
    You're free to say that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth
    I like Rosie. She is a strong woman who is not afraid to speak her mind. Here is what she said on her blog :

    "9/11 affected me deeply, as I know it did many Americans. The falling of the twin towers served to remind me that many of the assumptions Americans have about their lives are rooted in false feelings of security. ."
    Perfectly fine in fact a nice philosophical statement.
    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth
    I In light of this reminder, I have begun doing exactly what this country, at its best, allows for me to do: inquire. . . into what happened five years ago, an inquiry that resists the dominant explanations and that dares to entertain ideas that push me to the edge of what is bearable. I have come to no conclusions and, given the scope of the subject, will not for some time.
    However, that's not really what Ms. O'Donnell is doing. She has indeed stated opinions not just said that she has questions.

    Free speech is a wonderful right, however there are several points to be made about this - a right of free speech is not a right to be on television spouting drivel, neither is it a right to make slanderous or libelous remarks.

    There is also a responsibility to realize that one is not a polymath (unless one truly is) when a friends physician says they have a cancerous growth on their X and if it is removed as soon as possible they will have a 90 percent chance of a permanent remission, they obtain emergency second and third opinion all saying the same thing. Now Ms. O'Donnell comes along and tells you the physicians are wrong you have something else and all you need to do is drink lots of cranberry juice. . . Does she have the training of the physicians or their experience? Yes Ms. O'Donnell has an opinion, we all have opinions, however on what are those opinions based, work experience, other practical experience, education (formal or through reading) or on mere prejudice and ignorance. Ms. O’Donnell doesn’t think that steel looses structural integrity in high-rise fires with large amounts of petroleum based fuel available. Yet metallurgical and structural (Civil) Engineers do. I believe one would be wise to take the advice of one’s physician in the case of the Cancer patient and of the Engineers as the causes of building collapse. and leave Ms. O’Donnell to acting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    Many lies have been spread about 9/11. For anyone interested in getting a scientific look at the facts, check out:

    Rosie's comments: http://tinyurl.com/yp4mnp

    More generally: http://tinyurl.com/yhcdwt
    Popular Mechanics is a joke! Its a neocon mass product..and those ARE NOT scientific facts about the events

    For example Pop Mech. said right away the whole building number 7 collapsed becasue of a small crack at the top lol..the very own land lord AND fire dept admitted the detonated it

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    P.S...if not civil war then race war in some odd decades

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky
    For example Pop Mech. said right away the whole building number 7 collapsed becasue of a small crack at the top lol..the very own land lord AND fire dept admitted the detonated it

    Did you even read the article? They never said that. Quote:

    "[...] National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) [surely all in on the conspiracy] told Popular Mechanics that debris from the 110-floor North Tower hit WTC7 with the force of a volcanic eruption. Nearly a quarter of the building was carved away over the bottom 10 stories on its south face, [...] The unusual design of WTC7 is also crucial to the discussion, in that key columns supported extreme loads—as much as 2000 sq. ft. of floor area for each floor—as the building straddled an electrical substation. [...] Tower 7 housed the city’s emergency command center, so there were a number of fuel tanks located throughout the building—including two 6000-gal. tanks in the basement that fed some generators in the building by pressurized lines [...]


    These are facts. And they make more sense than to believe a demolition team secretly wired the building in a few hours, or at night without any janitors or security guards noticing. Unless they're part of the conspiracy too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    Did you even read the article? They never said that. Quote:

    "[...] National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) [surely all in on the conspiracy] told Popular Mechanics that debris from the 110-floor North Tower hit WTC7 with the force of a volcanic eruption. Nearly a quarter of the building was carved away over the bottom 10 stories on its south face, [...] The unusual design of WTC7 is also crucial to the discussion, in that key columns supported extreme loads—as much as 2000 sq. ft. of floor area for each floor—as the building straddled an electrical substation. [...] Tower 7 housed the city’s emergency command center, so there were a number of fuel tanks located throughout the building—including two 6000-gal. tanks in the basement that fed some generators in the building by pressurized lines [...]


    These are facts. And they make more sense than to believe a demolition team secretly wired the building in a few hours, or at night without any janitors or security guards noticing. Unless they're part of the conspiracy too.

    The fire dept and landlord admitted it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky
    Popular Mechanics is a joke! Its a neocon mass product..and those ARE NOT scientific facts about the events
    Jesus Wept! Are you putting us on are you truly so obsessed by conspiracy theories that if a dog bit you you'd try to tell us it was a Tasmanian Tiger.

    I believe it was Mencken that said “no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American [or Canadian] people.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat2
    Jesus Wept! Are you putting us on are you truly so obsessed by conspiracy theories that if a dog bit you you'd try to tell us it was a Tasmanian Tiger.

    I believe it was Mencken that said “no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American [or Canadian] people.”
    LOL..im only stating the facts..and its well known amerika has tried similar events- which again they have ADMITTED (northwood projeect and many many more)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankypanky
    The fire dept and landlord admitted it??

    This has been thoroughly debunked:
    http://www.nist.gov/public_affairs/r...imfindings.htm
    (do "Control-F" for "Silverstein")


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