June 14, 2005

Did a U.S. demolition team take down the WTC? Absolutely... not!

John Daly of UPI has an... er... interesting item for us. Seems that a former Bush economist is convinced that the U.S. gubmint blew up the World Trade Center towers.

Former chief economist for the Department of Labor during President George W. Bush's first term Morgan Reynolds comments that the official story about the collapse of the WTC is "bogus" and that it is more likely that a controlled demolition destroyed the Twin Towers and adjacent Building No. 7.

I guess Mohammad Atta and friends were either working for the CIA or they just happened to crash our planes into the WTC just as our guys were planning to fake a terrorist attack. Not sure if Reynolds thinks that the Pentagon's damage was also an inside job.

Why would Reynolds suggest that the towers collapsed from a "coordinated demolition"...?

[The] professor emeritus at Texas A&M University said, "If demolition destroyed three steel skyscrapers at the World Trade Center on 9/11, then the case for an 'inside job' and a government attack on America would be compelling." Reynolds commented from his Texas A&M office,

Yes, it would be compelling. Too bad that it was clearly the fact that jet fuel burning at 1600 degrees melted the thin steel gridwork at precisely the spots where the planes impacted. Oh, but that's right. al-Qaida was in cahoots with the demoltion team. That's how they knew where to strike the towers.

"It is hard to exaggerate the importance of a scientific debate over the cause of the collapse of the twin towers and building 7. If the official wisdom on the collapses is wrong, as I believe it is, then policy based on such erroneous engineering analysis is not likely to be correct either. The government's collapse theory is highly vulnerable on its own terms. Only professional demolition appears to account for the full range of facts associated with the collapse of the three buildings."

If this guys as expert in economics as he thinks he is in physics then I weep for Texas A&M.

Now, why would a UPI journalist like John Daly even take this rediculous rot seriously enough to write a story about it? I wondered that, too, until I read the opening line of his next item:

Two years after President George W. Bush proclaimed "mission accomplished" in Iraq,...

**sigh** First of all, and to re-state the bleedin' obvious, it was the crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln that put up a banner reading Mission Accomplished. It was about THEIR mission. It was ACCOMPLISHED. That's why they were heading HOME.

But, no-o-o-o-o-o. Because it was on a banner behind him as he gave a speech, it was President Bush who "said" "mission accomplished in Iraq". John Daly knows that his above sentence is a lie, he just doesn't wanna to tell YOU that he knows that because that would deprive him of one of his favorite premises -- that President Bush LIED.

The useless idiots will never admit that Bush never "said 'mission accomplished in Iraq'". They'd rather just keep lying and lying and lying in the hopes that the lie eventually becomes the "truth". Truely pitiful.

Tip o'the tam to Drudge, btw, for linking to the items!


The following is a statement from Texas A&M University regarding recent news reports about the collapse of the World Trade Center on 9-11.

Dr. Morgan Reynolds is retired from Texas A&M University, but holds the title of Professor Emeritus-an honorary title bestowed upon select tenured faculty, who have retired with ten or more years of service. Additionally, contrary to some written reports, while some faculty emeriti are allocated office space at Texas A&M, Dr. Reynolds does not have an office on the Texas A&M campus. Any statements made by Dr. Reynolds are in his capacity as a private citizen and do not represent the views of Texas A&M University. Below is a statement released yesterday by Dr. Robert M. Gates, President of Texas A&M University:

"The American people know what they saw with their own eyes on September 11, 2001. To suggest any kind of government conspiracy in the events of that day goes beyond the pale.”

I no longer weep for Texas A&M. :)

Posted by Tuning Spork at June 14, 2005 09:41 PM

I try very hard not to pay these conspiracy buttheads any attention. It helps my blood pressure. Besides, I find that the ocean of public scorn dashes them on the rocks of facts anyway. I think in this post you were both ocean and rock. Nice one.

Posted by: RP at June 15, 2005 09:13 AM

What a spoon. This guy has obviously checked out. Time to up the thorazine drip.

Posted by: LC Ranger 6 at June 16, 2005 07:48 PM

Sheesh. We like saw the attack and collapse with our own eyes. There were many, many witnesses.
What are these people on anyway?

Posted by: Rachel Ann at June 17, 2005 12:05 PM
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