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Michael Fullerton

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Why is someone a "conspiracy theorist" merely because they question the government account of something? Isn't that plain old skepticism?

Skepticism is supposed to involve objectively questioning claims based on evidence. Why then is someone called a conspiracy theorist when they merely question a government's extraordinary claim which is seriously lacking in evidence?

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  • Aug 30 2013: I think deep down people know certain things even with out proof (6th sense maybe). If you didnt belive my lies I Will make you look foolish any way I can.

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