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All the pugs have to do to kill a life and death issue is to call it a "conspiracy theory".

Well, maybe . . .

But the other side of that coin are terrifying and obscene possibilities.

Such as?

(1.) Let's never forget Senator Wellstone and his "convenient" plane crash. The consequences of that courageous Senator's mysterious death defined the next 6 years. Conspiracy theory or political denial?

(2.) Also, what about all those high profile democrats who received anthrax in the mail? Boy, did that investigation ever end up nowhere! Jeez, a solitary P.I. could have come up with more clues.

(3.) And then really out of the box stuff like that information which kept coming out that gigantic 9/11 explosions also came from "inside" the towers. In any case, there's hundreds of unanswered questions about those catastrophic explosions (like lots of folks not coming to work that day). Once again, conspiracy theory or political denial. Similar profoundly contradictory stories about the pentagon attack are still just out there dangling.

(4.) Relatedly, just how much did the Bush/Republican administration know about the 9/11 attacks BEFORE they happened? All the polls now clearly show that millions of Americans are totally convinced that the White House version of, "Gee, we were just blind sided!" is B.S. to the skies. The possible implications of this one, of course, are very, very dark. Once again, conspiracy theory or national denial?

(5.) Also, let's face it, all of this is not unrelated to those historic assassinations of the President Kennedy (and Bobby, later), and Martin Luther King.

This list goes on and on and on. Are we just too afraid as a nation to look this monster in the face, or are ALL of these Democratic (and Democracy!) killing events mere conspiracy theories.

You know, all it takes is for one or two of them to be true and the mathematical probability that NONE of them are true is probably of the order of getting 50 heads out of 50 tosses with a fair coin.

In other words, zip.
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