Thursday, May 19, 2005
Goats and Quotes
My Pet Goat of course refers to the totally discredited title of the book George W. Bush was allegedly reading to a class of schoolchildren when notified of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The title was used by Mike Moore and others to cast typical aspersions on the President's intelligence. My thoughts on the matter? He became the President of the most powerful country on earth. I wish I were that "stupid"! But I digress...
I raise this, because the article on Indymedia is flawed literally right from the first words. Of course it gets 'better'...
Spending on the Columbia shuttle accident: $50 Million. Eight People Died.Uh Lance, no one knew why the Columbia space shuttle exploded. Everybody knew why the Twin-Towers collapsed. The priorities were preventing a repeat attack, which like it or not, has been the case so far.
Spending on the 911 Commission:$ 14 Million. Three Thousand People Died.
Asks Lance: Where are the priorities?
According to respected journalist Peter Lance, the plot was hatched two years earlier, in the mind of Ramzi Yousef, who has mysterious and suggestive links to Timothy McVeigh.
Timothy McVeigh is said to have traveled to the Phillipines, as did the 911-linked Ramzi Yousef. Did Yousef help McVeigh with the Oklahoma City bombing?
Now, I know what you are thinking. Sounds like a conspiracy theory, right?
Well...even paranoids have real enemies. And there has been a web of conspiracies, with the common thread being the sweeping of failures of the Bush administration right under the rug.Paranoids may have enemies, but I suspect you have enemies who you have failed to identify in your quest to Blame Bush.
I'll give you a hint: O__m_ b_n_ La__n.