Top down compartmentalization, clearly you aren't this dumb?<quoted text>
If you were talking about an event that happened hundreds of miles away from the public was only viewed by a few government-controlled witnesses then I might actually be skeptical of a governmental account. For example. I'm almost certain the Tunguska Event was a crashed spaceship.
The collapse of the World Trade Centres was, however, an event witnessed first hand by thousands and on TV by millions. Investigated by agencies both public and private and the official explanation squares fully with what I and the rest of the world saw.
Furthermore, those on whom the government laid blame freely admitted to doing it. Boasted in fact.
Despite the expert metallurgical testimony of Rosie O'Donnell, I have no reason to doubt that a crash of a jet plane full of fuel was able to structurally weaken the towers enough to collapse without a secret government conspiracy.
What I do find incredible is the absolute trust you have in your government to not only pull a conspiracy involving literally millions of people but to do it efficiently and keep it a perfect secret.
I don't even trust them to deliver the mail.
Its hidden in plain site, like the PNAC document calling for a new pearl harbor, isn't that what people were calling it?