Day by Day

Friday, April 13, 2007

Conspiracies Abound

A while back, a friend shared a book with me. It was Silent America by Bill Whittle. You may, or more likely may not, recognize him from his blogging at Eject!Eject!Eject!.

His latest post (H/T - Michelle Malkin) is incredibly well written (as is often true) and puts into words what has often frustrated me about conspiracy theorists. That to believe the conspiracy, you have to believe the absolute worst about everything and everyone... the worst about the country, the worst about those who serve it, and the worst about your fellow neighbors.

And what it takes to reach that point in your mind... is hard to understand.

Please, take a look at what Bill has to say. And if you'd like to read more of his, click the link to Amazon at the beginning of the post.


MissBirdlegs in AL said...

Thanks for the heads-up. He doesn't post nearly often enough, but when he does...!

Mary*Ann said...

Reading "Silent America"...could hear the National Anthem and God Bless America as the soundtrack.