The biggest difference between the two countries keeping this from happening is the sheer amount of guns in the hands of private citizens compared to Russia. The government can't do it yet. If they could they'd be lobotomizing every single man who dared to ask how a 600 foot tall 50 story steel frame building can collapse into it's own footprint in seven seconds at the speed of gravity without even spilling debris onto the adjacent sidewalk from a mild internal fire that only burned for a short while. You also might ask them how Rudolph Giuliani knew to avoid using the "special emergency headquarters" inside on this day that had cost 15 million dollars to build and was "intended" for this specific purpose. How amazingly far sighted of him. Unfortunately, similar to Soviet era psychiatry, the Obama government would find this was strong evidence of "mental illness" for you to even ruminate about the matter. Doubleplus ungood thoughts and whatnot.
I've personally read every scrap of information about it including the government's own web sites purporting to explain what we are looking at here. It's gibberish. Their explanations for everything that happened on that day would not satisfy a child. The whole point is that the government's explanations don't make any rational sense of any kind, similar to globowarming science. It sounds like Oprah Winfrey shot up with street grade crack cocaine. What can you possibly say to people who insist that ice occupies more volume than water when it melts? What can anybody say to such people?
Sunstein has been the target of numerous "conspiracy theories" himself, mostly from the right wing political echo chamber, with conservative talking heads claiming he favors enacting "a second Bill of Rights" that would do away with the Second Amendment. Sunstein's recent book, "On Rumors: How Falsehoods Spread, Why We Believe Them, What Can Be Done," was criticized by some on the right as "a blueprint for online censorship." Sunstein "wants to hold blogs and web hosting services accountable for the remarks of commenters on websites while altering libel laws to make it easier to sue for spreading 'rumors','" wrote Ed Lasky at American Thinker.
Sue for spreading rumors. This was common about a thousand years ago under medieval feudalism. They used to nail signs to trees warning "Any man found continuing to spread rumors about the king or queen will be drawn and quartered in public."
Another dual citizen. Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson or John Adams would have to think about it for ten seconds before they tried this asshole for treason and sent him straight to the gallows. Ten seconds.
Wish you'd voted for Ron Paul yet? I told you that when most people realized this, it would be too late even for regrets. I was right.
I always watch this when I need a good laugh. It never fails to bring tears to my eyes. Seriously, whoever vetted this guy for this role needs to be fired. I would have told him at his audition, "I'm sorry, but you are just not convincing. You sound like an infomercial." Incidentally, this video is censored at Google and several other video sites. You are not permitted to post it there.