Countless anomalies in the official story of 9-11, have led people to question it’s validity. One can go through the days timeline with a fine tooth comb, investigate the suspicious collapse of WTC 7, examine the plane-less scene of the Pentagon crash site, but I have a more simplistic question to ask, who wrote “The Pet Goat”?
While the events of September 11th were unfolding, our President and Commander in Chief was sitting in a Floridian elementary school listening to 2nd graders read a story called "The Pet Goat". He issued no commands for 45 minutes after the initial crash. With knowledge of 4 hijackings, instead of issuing orders or giving NORAD the go ahead to shoot down the hijacked planes, he sat in a 2nd grade class room, for a photo-op, while the students read a book entitled, “The Pet Goat".
What was so engaging about this book to cause the leader of the free world to ignore the largest attack on American soil, for 45 minutes? And after countless searches, and one dead end after another, I can't find out a thing, no information about this book; nothing on the internet, nothing on amazon.com, nothing regarding it’s author or orgin. It’s as if the book never existed, which is certainly odd considering it’s association with the President.
Well, the book, I can’t locate, but what I do have is video footage of G.W. on September 11th, during his visit to the Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida. Watch the video, and note the President as he is informed of United Airlines Flight 175, the 2nd plane to attack the WTC. Watch as he receives the information and chooses to ignore it.
Watch the video HERE
[06/29/04] UPDATE: THE MYSTERY OF THE PET GOAT REVEALED
Hey, why not read along with the class…
“The Pet Goat” by ?
“A girl got a pet goat. She liked to go running with her pet goat. She played with her goat in her house. She played with her goat in her yard. But the goat did some things that made the girl's dad mad. The goat ate things. He ate cans and he ate canes. He ate pans and he ate panes. He even ate capes and caps. One day her dad said, "that goat must go. He ate too many things." The girl said, "dad if you let the goat stay with us, I will see that he stops eating all those things." Her dad said he will try it. So the goat stayed and the girl made him stop eating cans and capes and caps and capes. But one day a car robber came to the girls house. He saw a big red car near the house and said, "I will steal that car." He ran to the car and started to open the door. The girl and the goat were playing in the back yard. They did not see the car robber.
More to come."