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Comment: I think the truthers truly believe what they do, as much as the

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I think the truthers truly believe what they do, as much as the

author of this attack piece believes his/her own theory. The author is as guilty as any other conspiracy theorist by claiming the story given is the truth, when no one knows the full truth. While truthers do see what they want to see, the author believes what he/she wants to believe which does not make one any different than the other. The author cannot claim a moral high ground nor that their theory is any stronger than any other as any and all investigation has been shown a fallacy by the very participants.

The author remembers a time when this site was about liberty, but since I have been around for almost half a decade longer than the author I always thought that the open discussion here was supportive of Liberty and not the self righteous individuals with their own conspiracies. this has been hashed out long before the author created his/her present account and the claim that many "good" people (implying that asking questions makes one a "bad" person) it is my view that the author has not participated long enough at the DP to know who and what the site is and was always about. Not to mention the pretense that the author goes against the DP owners own rules of posting, while attacking ideas instead of presenting convincing enough argument to sway opinion alone.

In the end the author closes by pointing out the number of people driven away from the liberty movement is the same skewed opinion that the anti gun folks make when they make up their stats to support their weak opinion. As the Liberty movement has grown by leaps and bounds since 2007, I'm not sure where all the good people went?

In closing I am not a truther, yet I realize that the official story is not what it appears, this is from reading John Farmers book, "The Ground Truth" and seeing first hand that the time lines and events do not add up in the least, and while the author may feel he/she has more information than one involved in the entire 9/11 commission report, one can only assume that the author might need to take a step back, do some reading, as we all will forgive their cognitive dissonance when they can respectfully make a case for their conspiracy with evidence and not the claim of victory in a debate no one else has seen.

While I will speak out against a truther claiming to know the full truth just the same I hope people do not see this as an attack on the author, just the idea that a single individual has declared what is and is not proper for us to discuss and digest, isn't this the antithesis of liberty and truth? I am of the opinion that the truth is hidden and will not be revealed unless someone involved speaks out to note either gross government incompetence, or perhaps a deeper seeded conspiracy involving a group or groups that controlled the situation and has yet to be uncovered and more than likely never will.

Always remember:
"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds." ~ Samuel Adams
If they hate us for our freedom, they must LOVE us now....

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