Sorry, I can't seem to think of any other reasons
why we should accept the official version as true.

That is, besides: gut reaction, loyalty, disbelief of horrendous evil if it's not true, constant inundation by the established media citing the truth of the official version, the inciteful debunking of the so-called conspiracy theory by such well-known and trustworthy sources as Popular Mechanics, NIST, etc., the verifications put forward by: President Bush, Cheney, Condoleesa Rice, Rumsfeld, and Rev. Falwell.

If you can think of any other reasons why we should accept the official version, please forward them to me.


Found some more:

Don't like/want to admit it but our

clutz quotient

was quite high that day.

When you look at the minute-by-minute account of what happened on September 11, a few things become clear.

One inescapable conclusion is that most agencies of the U.S. government suffered a near-total failure to perform their stated functions.

It's debatable whether the government could have actually lessened or prevented any deaths by doing its job that day. What is painfully clear, however, is that just about everyone who could drop the ball did drop the ball.

Nothing functioned the way it was supposed to, and America was leaderless in most meaningful senses for the entire duration of the most stunning homeland attack in history.

Eventually, a leader finally did emerge, a forceful figure giving orders and making the tough calls from the nerve center of the American government. Unfortunately, that leader did not happen to be the constitutionally elected President of the United States