Agreeing With A Moonbat For Once

Yesterday, while checking a link back to the Warblogger Awards, I ran across a liberal blog called CoolAqua and he had an eye catching post at the top of his blog. Here’s a sample,

“Ed Shultz called for his audience to ask questions of Barack Obama yesterday, and because he had switched his start time, I wasn’t able to get my question asked. I brought it up to Thom Hartmann (9-noon on AM 1090) and he thought it was a good one.

Ask this question of every single national politician you meet, campaign for, interview, or interact with in any way, even if just for a second on a talk show:

“Do you believe that agents of the Bush administration planned, executed, supported or covered up any elements of the 9/11 attacks, and if so, what are you going to do about it?”

Folks, you may not like it, but Bush and Cheney planned 9/11. It’s obvious to anyone who does the research.”

Now, of course, it’s easy to write this lib blogger off as just another loon — because he is. But, I do agree that every single “national politician” should be asked:

“Do you believe that agents of the Bush administration planned, executed, supported or covered up any elements of the 9/11 attacks, and if so, what are you going to do about it?”

There are two reasons why that’s the case.

#1) Conspiracy theories often thrive because most people think the theory is so stupid that it’s a waste of time to bother addressing the issue. In other words, if more credible liberals were talking about how ridiculous the LIHOP (Bush Let It Happen On Purpose) or MIHOP (Bush Made It Happen On Purpose) theories were, a lot less people would believe in those theories (the same applies to the equally ludicrous North American Union conspiracy theory on the right).

#2) If there is a politician that will admit that he believes these ridiculous conspiracy theories, then that is in effect an admission that he’s too kooky to be in office and deserves to be targeted for defeat in the next election.

So, ask away, because in either case, it’s a win/win situation!

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