What a fruitcake. Because he says so it must be true. Conspiracies abound. Hey, we didn't land on the moon either! Lol. Iran is not our enemy? Maybe not some of the Iranian populace but Iran's government certainly is. Let's ignore Iran at our own peril. Hmmm, how many times did he repeat his lie? Do you think he might have an agenda?
Main Entry: con·spir·a·cy
Inflected Form: plural -cies
Etymology: Latin conspiratio , from conspirare to conspire —see CONSPIRE 1 : an agreement between two or more people to commit an act prohibited by law or to commit a lawful act by means prohibited by law; also : the crime or tort of participating in a conspiracy —compare SUBSTANTIVE CRIME NOTE: Some states require an overt act in addition to the agreement to constitute conspiracy. chain conspiracy : a conspiracy in which the conspirators act separately and successively (as in distributing narcotics) civil conspiracy : a conspiracy that is not prosecuted as a crime but that forms the grounds for a lawsuit criminal conspiracy : a conspiracy prosecuted as a crime 2 : a group of conspirators
Main Entry: con·spire
Function: intransitive verb
Inflected Forms: con·spired ; con·spir·ing
Etymology: Latin conspirare to be in harmony, to join in an unlawful agreement, from com - together + spirare to breathe : to join in a conspiracy —compare SOLICIT
Main Entry: so·lic·it
Function: transitive verb 1 : to make petition to < solicit the court> 2 : to ask, induce, advise, or command (a person) to do something and esp. to commit a crime —compare COERCE, IMPORTUNE 3 : to attempt to persuade (a person) to purchase something 4 : to attempt to bring about or obtain by soliciting a person < solicit bribes> intransitive verb 1 : to make solicitation
............................hmmmm i wonder how the United States of America was created,
and what is this thing called the constitution, why would they write such thing,
and why in the world did the good people of those days have anything bad to say about the King George anyways,
wasn't he a good man, after all he was their king,
why would they question their king,
i mean common now, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson,
.............they were all just a bunch of the conspiracy loonies, why would they fight against the English,
after all they all spoke the same language and believed in the same God..........................don't you think ?
Last edited by Gabriyele; January 16th, 2012 at 11:41 PM.