Does everyone here 100% believe in the 'official' story of 9-11?
I am not afraid to say it. I fall more in the camps of Alex Jones, Joe Rogan, and Jesse Ventura.
If you had asked me 5-10 years ago, I would have said the same thing Roy was saying that these kinds of people were "crazy".
Maybe they are not "normal", but that ain't bad in my opinion. To me, in today's society, if you are normal...that ain't necessarily a good thing.
If we are going to lift this country back to the standards that our previous generations have all been used to...we need to be above normal. We need our children to be above normal.
Each and every day, I grow weary of the future generations...standards are lowered...everyone "gets a trophy". I do not believe we are grooming our future the best that we can.
We can only change if we know to change and we cannot know if we do not have all the necessary information....the truth.
If I have to experience the "crazy" conspiracy theorists in order to turn over every rock to find the truth....or at least the opportunity to LOOK for the truth...I feel it is absolutely worth it.
I would venture a guess that you know far less about previous generations than you think you do.
Maybe you are referring to the generations that owned people and didn't allow woman to vote, have custody of children after a divorce, or own property.
Maybe you refer to the generation that nearly destroyed itself in a deadly civil war over the right to own people.
Maybe you refer to my father's generation that had high rates of illiteracy, poverty FAR beyond anything you may be aware of today, NO safety nets for the elderly, mentally ill or starving children, and continued to adhere to segregationist and anti-female laws and mores.
Maybe you refer to the WW2 era when we interred Japanese Americans and refused Jews entry to our country and sat idly by for 2 years while Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals and other minorities were slaughtered by a madman in Europe.
Maybe you refer to the years of my childhood when forced bussing caused race riots in many major cities and our president was caught covering up a burglary you may have heard of. Also the generation that sent 50K men to die in VietNam.
Ahhh, the good old days.
Frankly, this is a great country, but if you think we are 'going to heck in a handbasket' with this generation, you'll probably be surprised that there haven't been too many prior generations that haven't thought the same thing.
BTW -- I am 54 and I still own 4 participation trophy's from when I was in Little League. I survived.