Comment: You have a point of view, but not a reasonable exclusion

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You have a point of view, but not a reasonable exclusion

You obviously feel strongly about what you believe, but you have pretty much created a strawman fallacy. For instance, I might believe in explanation "D" & 1/2 of "E" - but not A or B or your C. Additionally, September Clues and the "there were no planes" type groups are not accepted as much as some others because they use a premise that most think is flawed, and not based on any experience anyone has ever had - thus not reasonable to most people. Not saying it is false, just in my case personally, does not even merit exploration - much like lizard people and Tesla's alien energy machine.

Anyone who says "the government did it" (in the case of the Boston bombings - Alex Jones is in that group) - is rightfully looked down upon and I would insult them as well. If you really think about what is being said, it means that every member of Congress, everyone who works at the White House, the Undersecretary of the Dept. of Agriculture....everyone is in on it. Anyone who says that 9/11 Truthers think the "government" killed its own people is usually part of the mainstream and the ones calling us "conspiracy nuts". We have to be careful with language. This is how Maddow gets her stuff - from people saying stupid things like "the government did it". (Yes, it could be a small cabal of foreign agents, inside job, etc.....)

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain