Concerned Patriot, 7/12/2008 - 10:57pm "Coburn needs to tell us what happened to WTC Building 7. September 11 has caused an ungodly amount of wasted cash. Corporatist (a.k.a. fascist) America...profits above ALL else.
Coburn needs to ask the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) why they terminated their investigation of both towers at the point of INITIATION of collapse for both towers? Why didn't the 9-11 Commission even mention WTC-7? Where is the footage of the plane hitting the Pentagon (and why did the government confiscate private security camera video from surrounding businesses)? Why didn't standard hijack protocols proceed as usual? Who was in charge of the war gaming going on the morning of 9-11 (including one exercise involving simulated hijacking and crashing a plane into a building)? Why doesn't the corporate press (allowed to consolidate so that only 5 entities own it all...OUR airwaves). We are not getting the news from the corporatist press. They plan to clamp down (and are already censoring news from) the internet, too.
The similarities between now and the 1930s are incredible, but nobody knows their history enough to see what is going on. Coburn is not interested in stopping fascism, but seems to think he needs to crush social programs like Social Security, Medicare, etc. (which are worth a lot more than spending money on war and torture and confiscation of the world's resources).
We need to wake up. It will soon be too late. Demand accountability!"
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