If they had evidence, I would believe them. So would most everyone else. In the meantime, I will consider the possibility that they saw aliens or were abducted. Now, if you had a whole group that was abducted at once, the credibility of the group would be greater than the credibility of the one. Regardless, without evidence to back up their claim, I would remain skeptical but open to the possibility.Originally Posted by Jango
The same is true with everything in regards to 9/11. I've looked at all sides over the years. I've looked at each of the truther claims and found them false. I've also found that truthers will refuse to look at the evidence that does not agree with the theory du jour, yet as the theories change, the evidence they rejected yesterday will be embraced as gospel today. That kind of mentality is seriously messed up.
Personally I honestly believe most truthers know they are preaching numerous lies. The are in love with the idea that it was the government, the Jews, or whatever bad guy they wish to demonize, so they rationalize that it is OK to lie.
So now it is your turn. Do you believe William Rodriguez has any credibility? He was there on 9/11 and has given his testimony numerous times over the years.