Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Giuliani: A Vote for Democrats is a Vote for Terrorists

Reflecting the desperation of the Repub warmongers who want to be President, yesterday Rudy Giuliani told New Hampshire Republicans that electing a Democrat in 2008 will result in another 9/11-type attack by terrorists.

Saying that America will be safer with a Republican in the White House and that, with a Democratic President "we will have more losses and it will go on longer", Rudy ginned up the Repub crowd and, shockingly, reached the conclusion that he, Rudy Giuliani, would be the best choice for a safe America.

Rudy, who can play but one note on that piano, sees 9/11 wherever he goes . . . he saw it in Oklahoma, at Virginia Tech, in divorce court . . . . Of course, he didn't remind his whooping audience that it was the Republicans who were responsible for the piled-up bungles which hugely contributed to our inability to prevent the real 9/11 attacks.

Rudy also doesn't mention that it was a Republican administration in New York City which was responsible for the failure to provide first responders with the communications systems and equipment which could have prevented the loss of so many police, fire fighters, and other first responders, who were hampered and endangered by those lacks during the immediate aftermath of the attack.

At the same meeting, Rud-y angrily defended diminishing civil rights and personal liberties as a weapon in the war against terrorism. After all, if we have to defeat the terrorists because they want to take away our civil rights and personal liberties. Hmmm, I see, Rud-y wants to take them away now so that the terrorists have nothing left to fight us about. Smaaart guy, eh?

The war against terrorism has been sidetracked by the neocon-driven war against Saddam. As a direct result of the bungling of that unnecessary and unjustified expedition, Osama bin Laden is still a free man, the organization he represents (a creation of the CIA, no less), has strengthened its hand around the world and gained a foothold in Iraq (where it was not previously), and the reputation and influence of the United States have taken serious body blows, all thanks to the Republican control of policy for the last six years.

Putting aside the repulsion that half of Americans (at least) will feel when Rud-y tells them that agenda of the party in which they are registered favors the terrorists, the failures of the Republicans are so patent, so thorough, and so complete, that, while Rud-y invites whooping cheers from the wingnutz sliver sharing his citizenship in the State of Denial, he only reminds the rest of us, who are weary of this crowd, why we need to be rid of them.

Run, Rud-y, Run.

{h/t Revolt Today}


{Photo Credit: Rox Populi}

1 comment:

R Flash said...

our good friend:

Rudi The Doody
Rudi The Dootie
Rudi The Dewwdie