Trouble is, some people really believe that. MSNBC contributes: Readers smell conspiracy in Lay's death. The aptly named "Lunkhead" at the DailyKos kicks things off by asking, "Who Killed Ken Lay?" in this post:
My guess, is that it's his own dietary habits, but when you consider the case of Cliff Baxter, the number of people who have died in odd ways before being able to talk about ties between Enron and the Bush crime family, it makes you wonder.Of course, Lunkhead isn't really saying it true. He's "just asking questions." Right...
You want to do framing, do real framing. Start with the question "Who Killed Ken Lay?", and frame the debate that way.
Enough with the Lakoff's asinine stuff, where you call good jurist "Freedom Judges" (would you want like "Freedom Fries with that?)
The question is not fair, but the Avignon president deserves some Vince Foster time.
So remember, the statement on today's news is a question: "Who killed Ken Lay?"