BOYCOTT CNBC! 9/11 conspiracy advertisements are now part of its commercial regimand

Discussion in 'Politics' started by retaildaytrader, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. It is now time to boycott CNBC. They are airing 9/11 conspiracy commercials which state the towers were blown up by explosives and not hit by jetliners. This is madness! It is now time to say goodbye to CNBC. So long!
  2. LOTS of reasons to say adios to CNBC... this perhaps not one of them.
  3. Why? They may be on to something.
  4. Perhaps so. The REAL surprise is that they would allow stories on such a thing.... unless, of course, they want to support the notion of a Bush-involved conspiracy.
  5. I think 50% or more American people believe that 9/11 attacks was insider's job.
  6. I wouldn't think the percentage to be that high...
  7. I wonder what percentage think dropping thousand dollar bills out of helicopters would benefit the economy long-term?

    As Mencken said, no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public (and that should be extended to Europe, Canada and most other countries as well...)
  8. CORRECT......well over 50% of Americans in polls do not believe the official story at all (for very obvious reasons). It is pretty hard to believe the official story when NANOThermite has been found all over the ground zero location in many rubble/dust samples.


    "Scientific Poll: 84% Reject Official 9/11 Story
    Only 16% now believe official fable according to New York Times/CBS News poll"

    "CNN Poll: 89% Believe US Government Covering Up 9/11

    CNN | November 11 2004"

    "Zogby Poll: Half of New Yorkers Believe Government Complicity in 9/11"

    The MINORITY of americans now believe the official story! :eek:

  9. 377OHMS


    You folks are shockingly deluded.

    Less than 1% believe this tripe.
  10. You are the last 1% who believe the CON JOB! :eek:

    ENJOY your FALSE reality, because THEY love you so much THEY made up a great CAVEMAN story for you........LOL!

    :D :eek: :D
    #10     Nov 2, 2010