The two topics seem unrelated.
Ralph Nader, the consumer activist and independent presidential candidate, seems to think that the report of the commission assigned to investigate the events of 9-11 should not be the last word.“There are unanswered questions in the 9-11 investigation, and they should be answered,” Nader said at a recent address at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. “How do you go from plausibility to evidence? You have a more independent inquiry.”
On the morning of September 11, 2001, airliners collided with each of the twin towers of New York City’s World Trade Center, after which they and a third nearby office building mysteriously collapsed. Other incidents on the same day at the Pentagon and in a field in Pennsylvania were also attributed to aircraft collisions. All were pitched by the government as the result of a terrorist conspiracy, although it is widely believed that the government may have played a direct role in orchestrating the events.
On Ron Paul:
On another topic, Nader had kind words to say for presidential candidate, Ron Paul.“Ron Paul is very good on foreign policy,” he said. “He’s a refreshing voice.”
Nader also praised Paul for his outspoken opposition to the aggressive U.S. stance against Iran and the so-called ‘war-on-drugs.’