That said ...
There's a very interesting, and very insightful Flash movie going around that brings to light some of the questions I have been wondering about since I saw information about the Pentagon "plane hit" during 9/11:
Where is the plane wreakage? Where are the bodies? Why is the hole in the Pentagon, plainly seen by anyone watching news footage that day, a nice, clean, round hole -- just the right size and at the right height for a missile? How did a Boeing 757 manage to hit the Pentagon at only 2 feet above the ground and not shear off any of its parts, leave any wreakage or -- for that matter -- clear the crowded commuter highway that's adjacent to the Pentagon's main building?
I used to drive by the Pentagon at least once a week when I grew up in D.C. I know where the highway is -- you can't possibly clear a 757 over it without wreaking a whole lot of cars, not at less than 30 feet of clearance (when "the plane hit," the hole shows it was at 2 feet above the ground). I've been in the Pentagon, including in wedge A, which is the oldest one and where my father did some work in the 1970s. That's the wedge that was hit. If you look at the movie, pay attention to how the "plane" bore through the reinforced concrete walls (yes, steel reinforced concrete -- I've seen it and had it described to me lovingly by a Navy aide when I was there) as if it were cutting through butter, leaving a clean round hole. It went through many concentric layers in this fashion.
A Boeing 727 would crumble, wreak, and bust against a building like this, even "the old wedge" of the building. It would leave a mess, and all the fuel would be burning. There was no such wreakage, and the burning was from direct "explosions" (per descriptions of the day, from the Pentagon and FBI). Remember how the WTC burned from spread fuel? Didn't happen at the Pentagon. It went BOOM in a nice, clean, direct explosion instead. (Reports later said the plane "melted" or "disintigrated" on impact with the reinforced building -- if so, why didn't the building's metal also melt? All photos show it intact, with a nice hole cut through it.)
Everyone at airport control thought it was a fighter jet, and reported it as such. Eyewitnesses reported seeing a silver commuter-sized plane fly towards the point of impact, and hearing the whine or whoosh associated with a smaller plane. Or missile, for that matter. If a 757 flies within a few hundred yards of you, you will never forget the experience; you may, in fact, have lost a great deal of hearing from the engine noise alone.
Were we duped by a bait-and-switch on 9/11? (Look, over here, at the World Trade Center, everyone! No no, don't pay attention to the big elephant over on the other side of the stage. He doesn't exist.)
So, that leaves us with an even greater question: What happened to the plane and the bodies?
Watch the movie.
Ask questions. Then ask more. Don't stop asking when the media and the current administration tells you there's nothing to it.
Most important of all: Vote in November.
Make sure you are registered to vote in your state! (Check with your town clerk or call your state's capitol offices for information on voter registration.)