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The 10 Worst Bombings in US History

Jim4136 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 10:27 AM
I am so sick of people saying the Oklahoma City bombing was done by Timothy McVeigh. Read a book. Specifically, read Jayna Davis's book. Oklahoma City was done by Iraqis. McVeigh was present but he was a bit player.
jsmith144 Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 1:04 PM
Naw bombing a more of less rural federal building stinks exactly of McVeigh type person. Just like idiot who crashed his plane int the Austin IRS.

Lots of small town and rural folk can not adjust to the fact that the ruling majority lives in big cities and do not support their personal country/rural life goals.

Sorry but as someone who grew up small town and has small town relatives: some small town folk have very short horizons such that they see only their personal interests and they real see big cities and big government as just as foreign as Iraq and Iran. Yes some of those nuts job if frustrated in personal goals and given an idea and means will throw a temper tantrum on federal property in a heartbeat.
Sorceress Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 5:18 AM
I remember watching very early news coverage and seeing with my own eyes two middle eastern looking men in a white van. Rather abruptly the news persons changed the coverage to delete the men in the white van as being middle eastern and concentrated on the perps being white.
MikefromDE Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 11:58 AM
Sorceress: “Middle Eastern”?!? That’s bad! And you saw it with your own eyes? Well that settles it! Obama is on a mission from the New World Order to destroy religion and family while turning us into a homosexual, abortionist enclave.
mmattei241 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 11:13 AM
I read that book and there is the heavy stink of cover up around that bombing-one thing really stands out and that's how quickly McVeigh was executed
WestTexan Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 3:44 PM
I said the same thing to a friend yesterday, McVeigh was surely executed 20 years early huh?

We still don't have all the facts about yesterday's horrific Boston Marathon bombing. At the time this column is being written, it's being reported that 3 people died and more than 100 were injured in the attack. While bombings are not a common occurrence in America, there have been more of them than most people realize.

10) The World Trade Center Bombing (February 26, 1993): A van filled with explosives went off in the parking garage beneath the World Trade Center. Almost unbelievably, although over a thousand people were wounded, only six were killed. It could have been much...