If you don't embrace these theories then you are probably thinking that things are not really all that bad; you are probably thinking that we are not in great danger of losing our country. This could lead you to think that perhaps voting for Barack Obama would be "OK". Or maybe Clinton, or perhaps Edwards. You are probably thinking that they couldn't possibly be as bad as one of those Republican candidates running for President. But what if you are wrong? Wouldn't it be better to be safe than sorry?
If after all of the proper investigations and fair trials have been conducted we must conclude that we were mistaken; that it turns out there were no silly conspiracy theories; that, in fact, Bush did not commit High Treason on the the morning of 9/11, that, in fact, Bush did not lie to the American people, the US Congress, and the men and women of the armed forces about why we needed to invade Iraq, and that, in fact, there was no silly conspiracy to merge the United States like Kinkos with FedEX into a One World Government; we can admit it later and apologize to anyone that we may have incorrectly suspected of wrong doing. It's really no big deal if we turn out to be wrong about the silly conspiracy theories because it would be preferable to have Dennis Kucinich as President in either case, silly or not.
Christ, at least we would get Not for Profit Health Care.