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Thursday, May 24, 2007


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How important could 9/11 really be.

Why even the President of the United States on 9/11/2001 didn't want to find out how it happened.
He was originally against the formation of the 911 Commission. Only after the polls showed this as a losing proposition did he flip-flop on this (probably because he is so resolute, and all).

Then he underfunded the commission, stonewalled it, wouldn't have himself or his VP answer the commission's questions under oath, and finally had his National Security Advisor (Ms. Rice) lie to the commission (and rewarded this liar by naming her Secretary of State).

He formed the Space shuttle accident commission quicker, funded it more, and had people answer questions from the commission under oath.
So I ask you. How important could 9/11 really be.

Not much, I'm afraid.

So if your arguement against Edwards hinges on the importance of 9/11, I suggest you come up with better reasoning.

9/11? Yawn. What else you got?

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