I realize I'm crazy but........
I like to beat a dead horse, so I have a riddle for you. On the morning of 911, Bush is in his motorcade, a few minutes away from the school, when the first plane hits. His motorcade is a moble communications center and surely he heard reports of the plane crash, well before reaching the school. When asked about this, he said that he had, indeed, heard reports of a Cesna (small private plane) hitting the World Trade Center. Strange that the president would get such mangled reports, but OK, let's go with it. He does nothing about the other hijacked planes, at this point, because he has not been informed of what is really going on. Remember that is was known at the FAA by the time plane #1 hits, that there were atleast 3 more planes hijacked. But, no one tells the president. OK, so he goes into the school for his tour. He sits down in a classroom to listen to the kids read and an assistant whispers into his ear "The second tower has been hit. We're under attack." Bush nods and continues listening to the kids for 7 minutes with an odd look on his face. So here's the problem: His reaction is impossible for someone that was under the impression that a cesna had hit tower 1. Any human would have been suprised by this statement. Any president would have stood up and left the room for a detailed briefing. But not, GW Bush. He sits there for seven minutes. So we deduce from this that Bush lied and did know that the first plane was a terrorist attack, just like the FAA and Norad knew. Elementary, Watson. So the question is, why didn't he do anything about the remaining 3 planes? Why was he hiding from duty in that classroom, trying to kill time? Why did he lie about what he knew about the first plane?