Here's a Vain Hope
J.R. Dunn, writing in the American Thinker about Uncle Fetzer, points out the ridiculousness of his belief that the Pentagon was hit by a missile fired from an A-30 Skywarrior:
There’s no point asking the Scholars – they think the A-3 is still flying for the Navy. They also think that the A-3, nicknamed the “Whale”, nearly 80 feet long and with over 70 feet of wingspan, the largest aircraft ever deployed from a carrier and fully equivalent to a mid-size domestic airliner, was a “small plane.” (By the way, it was never fitted to fire missiles either.)
So where did it come from? Where, exactly, do you go to find a fifty-year-old, out-of-service military aircraft that’s in flying condition? And, in a country with thousands of active military planes available, why would anybody bother?
He makes a good point, but the notion that pointing this out to Fetzer would make him change his story, or come up with some implausible explanation, is unlikely. In fact, Fetzer would quickly move onto another point, and then, in the next conversation with the next reporter he'd mention the A-30 Skywarrior again. How many times has he claimed that the Cockpit Voice Recorder caught the passengers on Flight 93 plotting to use a drink cart as a battering ram? Surely by now somebody must have pointed him to the transcript of the CVR, which contains no such discussion.