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  1. makau says:

    #40 Joshua…. i agree with you that terrorists have no place in a civilized world, my problem is this: Americans have forgoten everything else and channeled all their efforts to fighting terrorism. in Kenya where im writting from, the parliament is grapling with an anti terrorism bill being shoved down our throats by the American government (This bill will strip me of my privacy). We do not need America to dictate for us our laws, we need them to mind their business and also remember that there are more urgent problems to be solved. When Katrina hit New Orleans, CNN was busy airing a suicide bombing in Bagdad, The US govt took ages to react to a local problem on their soil, rescue efforts were slow and up till now, people still live in trailler parks in New Orleans. The Bush administration has its priorities upside down. The Iraqi did not vote for him, its the citizens of America, but hes spending a fortune rebuilding Iraq and Not New orleans. hes is spending a fortune waging a fruitless war. Let me give you an example of how much the war costs: A depleted uranium tip bullet costs one US dollar, 67% of the world live on less than a dollar a day. :-(

  2. mark says:

    FYI

    1) In September 2001, there were an estimated 20,000 members of Al Qaida. According to a recent Homeland Security study, that number is closer to 50,000.

    2) Shiite Muslims and Sunni Muslims have a hatred that goes back 500 years. To all that think GW Bush is some kind of a hero because there has not been a similar attack to the US in 5 years need to take note of how patient these people can be in getting revenge.

    3) Bush’s war on terror has resulted by far in a skyrocketing in the number who hate America. More killing will drive that number higher and higher. There is only one solution for this approach. The death of every Muslim on the planet because over time, more and more of them will be radicalized. Sadly, there are people in the USA who think this is just fine. And to those people who consider themselves honorable and decent Republicans, they need to take shame in the fact that 100% of the people who think like that are in their party. Democrats can’t take much solace in how things are going in the US, but they can at least take solace nowadays with the situation in America, but they can at least take solace in knowing that none of the people who agree with this ultimate genocide are members of their party.

    4) The suggestion that the Bush administration is culpable for 9/11 is true but only insofar as the Bush administration totally ignored terrorism until Sept 12th, and then went and made as a priority a dictator who had nothing to do with 9/11.

  3. mark says:

    I think this video conclusively puts to rest the conspiracy theorists. It’s easy to make note of the lower half of the second falling tower and it is absolutely clear that that tower collapsed from the top, and absolutely NOT from the bottom like you would expect in a controlled demolition.

    Dropping a building from the top is anything BUT controlled. So thank you Uncle Dave, for what I feel is pretty conclusive proof that it really was 2 planes that took those buildings down.

    This allows us to focus on the real evil of this administration — of which there is tons — and not the phony evil of any neocon conspiracy.

  4. Ambriana Holmse says:

    I didn’t get to see it because of technical difficulties!!!!!