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Conspiracy theories don’t honor victims

February 15, 2013

On that sad day in December when news of the tragic school shooting in Connecticut dominated not just our televisions and computers but also our conversations, thoughts and fears, many in our area......

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TruthSeeker

May-02-13 5:08 PM

I believe our govt leaders have given us PLENTY of examples for being very very very suspicious of their under-workings. Obama is what happened because of foolish people "believing" politician's LIES! When will some folks ever learn? Probably never. So gullibel they may as well "write" SUCKER on their foreheads as scammers and crooks like Obama/socialist dems in congress can see you all coming a mile away!! In order to not be used or scammed by fools...you must prove to be less of a fool yourself....and that requires common sense and an ability to think for oneself.

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fedupas1canbe

Feb-16-13 12:33 PM

and the republicans didnt cover up anything on 911 did they?

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Independentview

Feb-15-13 12:07 PM

While I agree with your basic premise, I believe that the larger question is why do some Americans believe in government conspiracies? Could it be that our government has a record streching decades of government coverups? An example from 50+ years ago, the Kennedy assination. Now one just weeks ago, the Bengazzi incident. These incidents underscore many Americans distrust in their government to present ALL OF THE FACTS and in some cases, such as Bengazzi, just a few facts would be helpful. Cases where the government has witheld facts or twisted the facts to suit their particular political agenda breeds contempt and then, conspiracy theories have an excellent breeding ground.

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