Rudy Guiliani is joining a long list of Republicans trying to rewrite history.
The amazing thing is that their lies are so blatant that only someone who has been in a coma for the last 9 years could believe them.
A few days ago Guiliani actually said the following:
“We had no domestic attacks under Bush; we’ve had one under Obama”.
Nice try Rudy. Rudy seems to have conveniently forgotten 9/11 and the shoe bomber, Richard Reid.
His comments follow those of Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary, in November when she appeared on FOX and said ”We did not have a terrorist attack on our country during President Bush’s term”.
In December Mary Matalin, former senior adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney said ”We inherited a recession from President Clinton and we inherited the most tragic attack on our own soil in our nation’s history”. 9/11 occurred 8 months into the Bush administration after he received a briefing that Al ..continue reading
Over the last few days we heard from many Republicans how Obama is responsible for the attempted attack on the airliner on Christmas day.
Some of the most vocal, hypocritical attacks on Obama are from those Bush dummies, Rove and Cheney.
The other day Rove appearing on Hannity’s show said “Look, they woke him up immediately to tell him he won the Nobel Prize but couldn’t bother to interrupt his vacation for three hours to tell him a terrorist tried to bring down a plane on Christmas Day. And the President waits 72 hours before we hear from him, and it’s over 72 hours from the time of the incident to the time that the President spoke today, and then the President said some things that are simply not true.”
First Obama was briefed immediately when it was apparent that this was an attack and more importantly Rove must have a very short term ..continue reading
In wake of the attempted attack on Christmas day some are calling for profiling. Next will be an effort to legalize torture. thinkprogress pointed out that all the usual suspects came out for profiling.
Yesterday Newt Gingrich tweeted
“It is time to go to profiling of dangerous people instead of harassing and retsricting the innocent” and “We need a new policy of systematically going after terrorists that involves explicit profiling and explicit discrimination for behavior”
Radio host Mike Gallagher: “There should be a separate line to scrutinize anybody with the name Abdul or Ahmed or Mohammed.” (Note: Those are some of the most common names in the world.)
Rep. Peter King (R-NY): “100 percent of the Islamic terrorists are Muslim, and that is our main enemy today. So why we should not be profiling people because of their religion?”
Terrorism pundit Steven Emerson: “Remember, there have been so many complaints about quote, profiling, by the quote, Islamic civil rights groups, that they stopped ..continue reading