According to Dylan Avery, a 22-year-old filmmaker
Sorry to be so glib, but this kind of says it all. This is what we get when we prize the "everyone's opinion has equal value" and "no one has a corner on the truth" attitudes in our schooling.
What in this guy's vast life experience even gives him the right to feed people this crap? Answer: Nothing, and if you say that, people will say everyone has the right to their opinion.
But they don't, not really--they have the right to an informed opinion. Spreading this kind of crap does no good--none.
...well I would argu that this guy has a right to his opinion but not a right to his own set of facts....file it under "whackjobbery,lefty"
posted on 06/28/2006 3:52:35 AM PDT
( Non permitte illegitimi te carborundum- "Don't let the bastards grind you down")
Personally, I formed my opinion as I watched the planes fly into the Twin Towers that morning. Within two hours of the attack, some TV stations were showing the video phone call from Mullah Omar in Afghanistan, denying any knowledge of the attack. Where is that footage? I'd sure like to see that again, now that I'm supposed to be doubting my lying eyes.
The only "conspiracy theory" I support is the one between the Clintons and Sandy Berger and Jamie Gorelick. Whatever secrets Berger stole from the National Archives is central to learning about the scope of the failure of the Clinton admin to protect the U.S. Also, Gorelick and the OKC bombing make for any interesting jaundiced view of the Clinton response to terror.
From the first WTC bombing to TWA 800 to OKC to Kobhar Towers to the Embassy Bombs to USS Cole, the Clinton WH failed our country over and over.
The entire 9/11 Commission was a taxpayer funded obscenity and nothing more. I found this article to be interesting and well researched, but it rankles that the author would give so much space to the puppets who sat on that commission. Whether it's the official report or merely quotes from these professional liars, without the material that Sandy Berger stole from the archives, it is incomplete.
they have the right to an informed opinion
That's tagline material, partner. Well assessed.
posted on 06/28/2006 4:59:40 AM PDT
(Amnesty for speeders! Driving the speed Americans won't go.)
"everyone's opinion has equal value"
I always say that everyone's informed opinion has equal value...but I set the bar fairly high on what constitutes informed.
posted on 06/28/2006 8:44:35 AM PDT
(Al Qaeda was working in Iraq. They were just undocumented.)
22 year old filmmaker means he was 16 or 17 during the attacks and that his worldview was shaped by 8 years of Bill Clinton's PC American educational system.
He's only echoing everyone else's rabid moonbat theories.
posted on 06/28/2006 9:59:16 AM PDT
(If fetal tissue is non-viable, then why are they trying to use it to stimulate cell production?)
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