If a poll all over the US was made and the question was:was 9/11 an inside job?

of course no one can deny that al qaeda was involved but was it alqaeda and only al qaeda?

Asked By: - 9/16/2010
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Research all the facts for yourself. 9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB... More
Answered By: Barry - 9/16/2010
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Most Americans believe it was an inside job.
Answered By: Madison - 9/16/2010
Yes it was EDIT:(shoot i read it wrong, i meant yes it only was al qaeda and no it was not an inside job)
Answered By: Efren A - 9/16/2010
It would be fun to know what everybody thought about this. I'd guess that most people don't give it a lot of thought one way or another. There are some people who don't know who the President is at any given time - so they might not have even heard of Li'l Georgie Bush.
Answered By: Vulcan - 9/16/2010
Answered By: Thomas James - 9/16/2010
No, it wasn't an "inside" job. These stories won't ever stop, but that doesn't mean they're true. Al Qaeda was responsible. There was no 'conspiracy'. I guess you think Elvis isn't dead, either. Seen "Bigfoot" lately? We did go to the moon, too. So, get over the conspiracy crap. Most Americans KNOW it "WASN'T" an... More
Answered By: Marlane - 9/16/2010
It is probably best to ask the question ..."who benefits from this event" when something like that happens. If it was an inside job, or certainly filled the bill for those who needed a justification to "go to war". I do not think much of anything happens just because it happens, any more... More
Answered By: Lowly - 9/16/2010
There still is one unanswered question . How did Israel know it was going to happen and not the FBI ?
Answered By: michael w - 9/16/2010
Terrorists attacked us and if anyone believes this was an inside job then it is because the terrorists had other informants here much like we have now.
Answered By: Nancy D - 9/16/2010
First of all "al qaeda" is an invention of the propaganda machine... More
Answered By: Menard K - 9/16/2010
maybe it was an inside job. but who knows the truth...
Answered By: Sanx Sait - 9/16/2010
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