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Oh, Well, That’s Much Less Crazy
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I’m not doing any sort of guilt-by-commenter-association thing, but it was funny to see this bit in the thread over at The Nation‘s page for the Max Blumenthal CPAC movie. After the shamefully crude Ann Coulter defender Looney Lefties tacks an aside onto his gay-bashing diatribe to denounce “anti-American a–holes” who posses “the gall to claim Bush planned 9/11,” fellow blog-trotter W.M. Bear strikes back:

I wouldn’t consider this worth a response except that I like to see even looney righties get their facts straight. Very few of the serious 9/11 conspiracists (and I do confess to being one) believe that Bush had anything much to do with it or even knew in advance that it was going to happen (except possibly in a very vague, general way that SOMETHING was going to happen) let alone “planned” it. This was totally puppeteer Cheney’s game and Bush was kept completely “out of the loop” as much as possible. (If nothing else, the man’s sheer incompetence precluded him having anything to do with what, from the conspirators’ perspective at least, was a highly successful operation.)

Well, right…yeah, of course. Thank you, W.M. Bear, for setting the record straight, even if, like G.W. Bush on Sept. 10, 2001, I still feel like I only understand in a very vague, general way. I’ll start drawing horns and fangs on all the pictures in my twelve volume Dick Cheney scrapbook this very morning!

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