You're not too much different from me believe it or not; you're just way too trusting and I'm extremely distrusting of the government as a legitimate institution. edit
By the way, Ron Paul (a 12-term congressmen I mind you) even says he has doubts about the the situation surrounding Osama Bin Laden's assassination in his NPR interview this morning. He said the government is known to create lies via war propagandists to sway the census. Now, if a congressmen and patriot can question his country and his government as openly as such, then why are you so quick to believe everything put in front of you? You need to take more time to raise skepticism of your own.
Immortal Techniques article on Bin Laden, I recommend this read specifically for you: http://www.xxlmag.com/features/2011/05/the-legacy-of-bin-laden-by-immortal-technique/
Don't get me wrong, I'm no flag waving "America does no wrong" patriot. In fact, I'm not a big fan of this government. I am skeptical. I do realize that there is propaganda in our media and that the government has taken advantage of certain events to sway public opinion, even though only half the story was revealed. I.e. the USS Maine and Lusitania incidents. But if I'm to be skeptical of government I think its only fair to be skeptical of all the conspiracy theories floating around the internet. But I do believe in certain "conspiracy theories," for lack of a better term. Immortal hate that phrase apparently, lol. I don't believe in any NWO/Illuminati shit, but rather things that have been backed by solid evidence, not things that seem to be backed by erroneous facts and coincidences that are strung together in a cohesive way when taken at face value. Theres a difference between skepticism and all out lunacy and intense paranoia. and no hate but this is the vibe I've been getting from you:
the believer of all conspiracy theories and repeater of random information with only websites as sources
I'm not going to belive that OBL was killed by Kaleid Sheikh Mohammed because Benazir Bhutto said so in a youtube video with no support to back up her claim. And imo, she misspoke anyway, based on the NPR interview I have already posted, which apparently was fabricated. Which brings me to my next point.
How do you know the NPR interview with Ron Paul wasn't fabricated or tampered with? Why is that, now, since Ron Paul is validating your preconceived notions about Osama's death, you're willing to accept information coming from NPR? Don't you see the hypocrisy in that?
and please respond to this, im interested in hearing what you have to say:
Do you realize that your theory is completely impossible to disprove? Because any piece of information provided that doesnt go along with your ideas can immeadately be called illegitimate because you can say it was tampered with? What evidence would need to make you think that there is no conspiracy?