Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Pentagon Strike
This is the video that was discussed on today's show about the attack on the Pentagon. Now, I've said before that I'm not a conspiracy theory fan, but this video montage is pretty compelling. A good friend of mine and frequent listener to the show suggested that we have a 9/11 conspiracy show. Not a bad idea. I'll see if I can rustle up some experts. Keep tuned in.

Tonawanda News Online
Charges dismissed against Maziarz's nephew. Can you comprehend the complete and utter incompetence of federal prosecutors? I mean, let me get this straight. They believe they found this woman carrying something over the bridge, but now they don't recall what it was?

“They conspired to bring something into the U.S. in a way that would not be detected and would evade inspection,” Battle said at the time, “and they did. What they brought in, I can’t say.”

And this was "allegedly" being SMUGGLED over the PEACE BRIDGE. And for all we know, it could have been fake passports for terrorists?!?!?! OR ... it could have been Coffee Crisp candy bars. The feds have no idea. I feel so safe.


ABC News
Pentagon Tries to Explain Secret Group. First, of course, they said there was no secret group. I laughed out loud when I saw they were confirming it's existence since yesterday afternoon, I heard Sean Hannity say on his show, "The Pentagon says it doesn't exist, so it obviously doesn't exist," or something stupid like that. Since when is it appropriate to trust the government? No matter what party's in the White House. Personally, I don't have a problem with the creation of a secret military group designed to skirt the regulations of the CIA. What I'm upset about is that they lied about it. (please note irony). Of course I'm peaved that the military has complete disregard for "the rules." But obviously, since they're Republican ... and since "this is a time of war," it's okay to mislead the American people. What a crock.