I used to bug out on 9-11 'conspiracy theories all the time. And then there's a certain level of fatigue that sets in when you realize that you can't do a damn thing about it except for be that weird guy who preaches about 'conspiracy theories'. I'd imagine that this is the case with a lot of people, -no point swimming upstream, when you can just kick back, relax and float down the river of media bullshit. It's sickening to think of all of the things that happened to our country as a result of 9-11. To think of it being an inside job, one would have to come to terms with some really REALLY heavy shit. The types of things that seem so monumentally evil that it would actually be difficult to comprehend it. Nevertheless, I'm beginning to see a pattern emerging, repeating over and over again. On every level we are getting our pockets picked while we are being distracted by an endless parade of bullshit, Issues are trumped up and fabricated specifically so that we are distracted from what's really going on. Actors posing as politicians playing us against one another so that we don't pay attention to the real issues that actually effect our lives. Instead of spending time focusing on how the military industrial complex, Wall Street bankers their partners in congress have absolutely ROBBED us, and how the politicians have either turned a blind eye or actively facilitated this; the media would rather whip us into a frenzy about hating gay people or Mexicans, or Muslims. I don't even expect that the majority of people be ultra liberal and adopt some "can't we all just get along" mentality. But it would be nice to see peoples rage be more appropriately directed. If there's a hierarchy to what most Americans should be pissed off about, Mexicans, gays and Muslims shouldn't even crack the top 10. There's a much bigger war being waged against you and most likely you don't even know it. This war is the uber-rich against everybody else. They're playing 'divide and conquer' the rest of us are tripping about if gays should be able to die fighting their wars, or get married. Let's stay focused on the big picture and not get caught up in all of the distractions.