Morgan Reynolds asks a sobering question:
Could 9/11, a godsend for the war plans of Bush and company, have been arranged by the U.S. government? Well, yes, as a matter fact, the attacks could have been. A disturbing thought, I agree. But such a conspiracy is actually more plausible than the official account of 9/11. The behavior of government decision-makers on that fateful September day, from the President on down, otherwise remains puzzling to this day.
Before you dismiss Reynolds as a tinfoil-hat-wearing looney, read his essay.