Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Evidence, What Evidence?

The Obama administration continues to weaken the case for evidence by refusing to release proof -

"The risks of release outweigh the benefits," he said. "Conspiracy theorists around the world will just claim the photos are doctored anyway, and there is a real risk that releasing the photos will only serve to inflame public opinion in the Middle East."

"Imagine how the American people would react if Al Qaida killed one of our troops or military leaders, and put photos of the body on the internet," he continued. "Osama bin Laden is not a trophy - he is dead and let's now focus on continuing the fight until Al Qaida has been eliminated."
The Real Effect
Let's see, buildings are hit by planes and then collapse. After this national tragedy, the crime scene is whisked away to be melted down by the Chinese and one Osama bin Laden is blamed almost immediately.  OBL immediately denies being involved in the attack, yet a short time later, admits to it. Or at least so it seems. Shortly thereafter, several countries are bombed and trillions of dollars are spent killing millions of innocent lives.

Fast forward to 2008, during the Presidential elections, where a long form birth certificate is requested to substantiate claims that the candidate is eligible. A short form certificate of birth is presented. We are told this is the long form and that there is no such thing as another long form. Fast forward to 2011 and miracle upon miracles a shoddy photoshopped long form is released.

Fast forward again a few weeks and poof, OBL is dead, burried in the sea and we are told once again that we DO NOT need evidence. Just trust us.

Why should we?

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