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Friday’s Candidate: Matthew Woodson


Matthew Woodson, independent for U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma’s Fifth District.

Woodson is a conspiracy theorist whose main campaign issue is his belief that on September 11th, 2001 all 3 of the WTC towers that collapsed did so as a result of controlled demolition.

Apparently he’s only seeking $1 donations to his campaign, as the domain name he’s chosen reflects.

The website:

5 Responses to “Friday’s Candidate: Matthew Woodson”

  1. Chris Campbell Says:

    I think the conspiracy is the official Govt responses

  2. Gary Odom Says:

    I don’t know what the truth is, but I’m pretty sure we haven’t gotten it from the Bush Administration or the 9/11 Commission. Originally, it was my view that those who questioned the events of 9/11 were on a par with those who claim we never landed on the moon. Now, however, I believe there are way too many reasons not to continue the investigation into this matter. I suggest people at least keep an open mind on the subject. I recommend the Scholars for 9/11 Truth website as one of the best from which to get information on this, particulary the work of Dr. Stephen Jones, a physicist from BYU who came into this research very reluctantly and without any agenda other than to get to the truth.

    The most trustworthy researchers on this subject, on either side, in my opinion, are those who have no pre-existing agenda and who study the facts and base their conclusions on where the facts lead them, rather than those who generate a theory and then try to get the facts to fit their theory.

    Remember: 19 hijackers working in cooperation with Osama Bin Laden to fly planes into the WTC and Pentagon sounds like a pretty wild conspiracy theory. Yet, we did see planes fly into those towers and we saw the towers come down, so one way or the other, this event was the result of some pretty wild conspiracy. The issue is not whether there was a “conspiracy”; there clearly was. The issue is what is the truth?

    If the official version turns out to be the truth, then so be it, although the Bush Administration and 9/11 Commission would be to blame for extending this debate by not being forthcoming with the facts. If the truth is other than what we have been told, then let the chips fall where they may.

  3. Jason Says:

    Oh brother, another one?

  4. Gary Odom Says:

    Who the hell knows, I don’t. But I don’t particulary trust the government.
    I think I’d rather fly into a building myself than carry on with any further discussions about the CP, abortion and religion. I don’t think this site is particularly good for my mental health-what there is of it.

    So long, all!

  5. Jason Says:

    Aww, Gary come back. I wasn’t referring to you. I was referring to the candidate running on such a platform.

    Gary you are one of the only sane ones around here! So come back.

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