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August 10, 2007

Columnist Begs For Another 9/11 - Drudge Headlines It

-- by Dave Johnson

Located from a headline at The Drudge Report: To save America, we need another 9/11

Is there any doubt they are planning to hit us again?

If it is to be, then let it be. It will take another attack on the homeland to quell the chattering of chipmunks and to restore America's righteous rage and singular purpose to prevail.


Posted by Dave Johnson at August 10, 2007 6:02 AM

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And of course, it's forbidden to present evidence that the next 9/11 is any kind of an inside job, committed to restore that "righteous rage and singular purpose."

Here's a variant on an old Reagan joke:

How do you know that an [ethnic group one] is at a boxing match? He enters a duck in the match.

How do you know that an [ethnic group two] is at the match? He bets on the duck.

How do you know the Mafia's at the match? The duck wins.

How do you know that the world's been mesmerized? The world has no problem with a duck winning a boxing match. Anyone who argues that the match must have been fixed is dismissed and marginalized as a conspiracy theorist, and any facts he presents go disregarded.

Posted by: John Morrison [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 10, 2007 10:58 AM

A couple of thoughts. Between what the weather's doing (flooding, drought, excessive heat) and what we've done to ourselves by ignoring the condition of our infrastructure, who needs a 9/11? How do we prove that a major bridge collapse or mine explosion weren't terrorist attacks anyway?

Those who lust after disaster should look around them. They won't have long to wait. America simply ain't what it used to be anyway. It's as though we're waiting for our own destruction.

Posted by: MJ [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 10, 2007 12:00 PM

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