I love how if a person has a polar position then they are radicals, that is what America was built upon and what the British called the settlers here.
Here is the scenario that people like Wheeljack and VH buy into. An Indian and a Cowboy sit down to talk, they are discussing old battles. The Indian asks the Cowboy, "Why is it when you win, its a victory, but when we win, its a massacre?", its all slimey doubletalk which is posted in Wheeljack's above comments by calling him a "radical" because he believed America had some involvment and/or questioned 9/11...uh HELLO, we most certainly did. We monitored the activities about the so-called hijackers and when an FBI agent tried to get support to stop it any potential dangers, she was stopped and was quoted as saying that its like they want something to happen. Also it was very nice how the towers fell as if they were demolished which is impossible considering the damage and it was EXTRA lovely that another building blocks away that had information on insider trading seem to fall for NO APPARENT REASON OR DAMAGE.....OK....but if someone questions this, then they are radicals, sounds like a person looking at all sides.
Don't forget how Bush was responsible for all that flooding in new orleans. Also responsible for the levee's breaking.
he wasn't responsible for the levee breaks but he sure left those people out to dry and fend for themselves for quite a long time and then had the balls to go on tv and say that mike brown did a great job handling the situation.