Cass Sunstein, the current Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, wrote an article in 2008 about Conspiracy Theories. Nevertheless, it is an interesting read to say the least.
I agree with the assertion that people should research 9/11. A lot of things happened before, on, and after that day.
We live in a world of lies, half truths and omission of facts which means that all information is suspect_
Anyone who dismisses Conspiracy Theories as the rantings of delusional psychotics should reconsider_
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No Amnesty! No Exceptions!
The only people who think the NSA is watching them are people who have strong insecurities about their accomplishments in life. You will find people with low education levels or mediocre incomes with such worries. Why? It gives them a sense of importance that they aren't getting in their day to day life.
Good rant, Skitzo.
I think though, that Ron Paul should have ran a third party ticket and left the GOP rather than endorse Romney. It really damages his street cred for Paul to support a NeoCon after years of vocally opposing the military industrial complex.
Anyway, here is a good article by Ron Paul on the continuing wars ...
War Drums for Syria? , By Rep. Ron Paul
"There is ample reason to be skeptical about US government claims amplified in mainstream media reports. How many times recently have lies and exaggerations been used to push for the use of force overseas? It was not long ago that we were told Gaddafi was planning genocide for the people of Libya, and the only way to stop it was a US attack. Those claims turned out to be false, but by then the US and NATO had already bombed Libya, destroying its infrastructure, killing untold numbers of civilians, and leaving a gang of violent thugs in charge."
"Likewise, we were told numerous falsehoods to increase popular support for the 2003 war on Iraq, including salacious stories of trans-Atlantic drones and WMDs. Advocates of war did not understand the complexities of Iraqi society, including its tribal and religious differences. As a result, Iraq today is a chaotic mess, with its ancient Christian population eliminated and the economy set back decades. An unnecessary war brought about by lies and manipulation never ends well.
* Rep. Ron Paul:* War Drums for Syria?** : Information Clearing House