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Why do people think 911 was a inside job?

Those people just get me sick. Do they honestly think that the government would murder 3000 of it's own citizens? And do they honestly think the government would be smart enough to plan something like that. And one more question. If Bush was a democrat at the time would you still think 911 was a inside job, or is the only reason you say that crap because Bush is a republican.

Asked By: - 9/17/2011
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Even a cursory glance at the official 911 Commission Report (the only governmental inquiry into 911 to date) ought to answer that for you. It blatantly omits or simply fails to address many important questions and investigative lines of inquiry, not the least of which concerns the ability of the world's 2 tallest steel... More
Answered By: Collin O - 9/17/2011
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I dont think it was an inside job, these people who think this are conspiracy theory types...Im sure it was thought out and orchestrated by terrorist and that is that....I dont believe we would kill our own innocent people to make a statement....It would serve no purpose....
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Answered By: Dobguy1 - 9/17/2011
 
Lack of an IQ. higher than that of a gnat
Answered By: Tee-Rex - 9/17/2011
 
Not just americans died that fateful day... More
Answered By: Nutsters-Vex© - 9/17/2011
 
Those people are sick mentally and need help.
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Answered By: Red Sox 27149 - 9/17/2011
 
Ignorance? Most of them just go along with anybody. These people are gullible as hell.
Answered By: bbtalk *Shamone* - 9/17/2011
 
They are gullible and they haven't studied this tragedy enough to make a logical decision about it for themselves. There's too much evidence that links Al Qaeda to the attacks dating all the way bacl to Black Hawk Down in Mogadishu Somalia in 1993, and the first WTC bombing by Ramzi Yousef, a member of Al Qaeda working... More
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Answered By: Agent 99 - 9/17/2011
 
Bush tarnished the reputation of the Republican party, not the other way around. Maybe you're too young to know what things were like just over 10 years ago. Why do you let it bother you? People are entitled to their opinions. Why get tied up in knots about it? You're not helping the situation.
Answered By: Noh Yoy - 9/17/2011
 
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