Discussion in 'Politics' started by Dante, Jan 12, 2011.
Did Anyone Politicize 9/11?
Of course people politicized the tragedy of September 11, 2001. Some even became millionaires on the bullshit. One ...a high level law enforcement officer .. went to jail for profiting on 9/11....illegally. Guess if he was a con or a lib?
Robert F. Kennedy still objects to the use of his image as your avie:
"Erah erah, for Christ's sake, of all the erah erah fucking scumbags who might try to misappropriate by good name and image, why, for the love of God, does that erah erah scumbag Dainty have to be the one?"
The rabid left, by the way, absolutely politicized 9/11; but they had the decency (or timidity) to wait a little while before jumping in.
Bush did well selling his political 911 tee shirts, ruining campaign advertisements of the grave yard. Everybody bought an American flag from china to stick on the car, bike, shoes, shirts, house, trees, guitar cases, dinner plates, soaps, etc. The 4th was the hottest on yet.
Are you shit'n me?
It's okay...I drive an old Olds...88
Liberals almost unanimously stated that was 9/11 brought on by US foreign policy malfeasance, chiefly Republican policy, in the middle east.
"Americans chickens have come to roost."
would I shit a shitter?
Bernard Kerik - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bernard Bailey "Bernie" Kerik (born September 4, 1955) is a former New York City Police Commissioner, Secretary of Homeland Security nominee, and now a federal felon. Kerik was New York City Police Commissioner from 2000 to 2001, under Mayor Rudy Giuliani. In December 2004, President George W. Bush nominated Kerik as United States Secretary of Homeland Security. A week later, Kerik withdrew his nomination, explaining that he had employed an illegal immigrant as a nanny; subsequently, numerous allegations surfaced which would likely have led to a confirmation battle in the Senate. In 2006, Kerik pleaded guilty to two unrelated ethics violations after an investigation by the Office of the Bronx District Attorney, and was ordered to pay $221,000.
Maybe I shouldnt say this, but isn't an attack on the United States an inherently political event?
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