Who has changed their mind regarding the intents of government and subjects like the war in Iraq and 9/11?
It seems to me that whenevery people answer these questions a large part of it is emotional. I was just wondering if anyone has changed their thoughts on these matters. ie. Thought 9/11 wasn't a conspiracy then thought it was ... or thought Iraq was about oil then thought it wasn't. And also please tell me what led to the change in mind. Thanks. I want to know your own experiences don't worry about what I've discribed and please don't limit answers to the examples I've used Why wekker? why did you not think so to start and how did you end up changing your mind?
Asked By: Thomas S - 11/18/2006
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I believed the official story of 9/11 for a while. Then I woke up. Though some of the official story may be true, too much of it has been de-bunked and now it just doesnt add up. People can beleive what they like, but lets take a look at some issues of concern. Great question... More
Answered By: big-brother - 11/18/2006
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i have changed my mind about some of that kind of stuff, but not in the ways u described
Answered By: Varsity Calculus - 11/18/2006
My mind hasn't changed at all. I have read all the conspiracy theories, they're all bunk. I think the conspiracy theorists are probably the same ones who keep whining that drugs are still illegal. http://usawakeup.org
Answered By: Richard W - 11/18/2006
I changed my mind in the last few years and figured out the Bush is a idiot. Anyone with me?
Answered By: wekker1983 - 11/18/2006
I get the facts and I pretty much stick with them. I work for the truth. I guess i don't like surprises, nor be taken for a chump. There seem to be many on here willing to fill the chump slot though.
Answered By: Leogirl0804 - 11/18/2006
Not so much 9/11 but I've certainly changed my mind regarding Irag. When we first went in there even though I wasn't 100% for it, I gave the administration the benefit of the doubt. Since then, with all the contrary evidence I see it as one of the most collosal mistakes we've ever done. There's too much to write on but... More
Answered By: Ruthinia - 11/18/2006
I have precisely the same mindset as I did that morning of 9-11. The only thing to do is to kill/capture terrorists before they're successful and demonstrate that not only will they not win, but that they will be utterly discredited to others who are watching and waiting to choose sides.
Answered By: Matt - 11/18/2006
Haven't changed. I've always known that Islamofascists were responsible for 9/11 & that the war in Iraq had nothing to do with oil.
Answered By: yupchagee - 11/18/2006
I have not changed my mind, and I will not. I am afraid the "change of mind" seems par for the course for Dems, especially, - Vietnam etc, Run away when it gets nasty! - very predictable and, unfortunately the way the rest of the world sees us.
Answered By: ib_enigma - 11/18/2006
Only a very very un-informed person would believe Iraq was about oil. Only a very uneducated person. Only a very gullible person could twist facts in order to believe that 9/11 was a conspiracy. Clinton probably may have caused 9/11, but it wasn't intentional or a conspiracy. He didn't want it to happen.
Answered By: birdsnakecatharine - 11/18/2006
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