Some days it's hard not to believe the day's events were collectively an inside job, one that was known to be coming and was allowed to proceed, to some degree.
If they had planned it, it would have been clearly connected to Iraq from the beginning.
"The president dragged me into a room with a couple of other people, shut the door, and said, 'I want you to find whether Iraq did this.' Now he never said, 'Make it up.' But the entire conversation left me in absolutely no doubt that George Bush wanted me to come back with a report that said Iraq did this.
. In another exercise, jets performed a mock shootdown over the Atlantic Ocean of a jet supposedly laden with chemical poisons headed toward a target in the United States.
I see those as two different things.
Do you believe that the findings of the 9/11 Commission - whose formation Bush initially opposed - represents a complete and candid account of the government's actions leading up to and in response to the attacks?
Then you are a 9/11 truther - whether you want to be called that or not.
Amazing that this 20/20 hindsight peace took nine years to come out.
Some English speakers assume "beg the question" means "raise the question" and use it so: for example, "this year's deficit is half a trillion dollars, which begs the question: how are we ever going to balance the budget?" Many usage commentators deem such usage incorrect. (emphasis mine)
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