Why I Call the Conspiracy Believers Nutbars
I'm not going to cut you a break on this point. You want to be respected for your conspiracy theories, but you're accusing hundreds if not thousands of people in the US government and elsewhere of complicity in a plot to murder 3000 +/- American citizens on 9-11.
Now, if your conspiracy theory is something less than LIHOP, or MIHOP, you may already not be a nutbar. You can argue Flight 93 was shot down without being a nut; I'd disagree because I know how complicated even that would be, but that's a relatively reasonable conspiracy. I'd argue you're wrong, but you're certainly not a nut.
You can argue CD on WTC 7 without assuming monsters in the White House--argue, anyway, since a real CD would take a lot longer to plan and execute. But let's say that it's around 1:00 PM, and there's concern that WTC 7, which has sustained significant damage, might fall towards the rescuers, and so they get Jiffy Demo in there to plant some charges.
Well, you know the problem with both those scenarios, right? There's nothing in there to get angry about the Bush Administration about, so they never would have hid them.
But if you believe those conspiracy theories you are not a nutbar.
For the rest, if the wrapper fits, wear it. Console yourself that if it's ever proven that the Bush Administration was in on the job, I'll be the one calling for neck stretchings for everybody involved, except Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, right Don, errr, I mean James?