Sure he’s a Jabba-sized oaf, but give him his due. He knows how to play the left’s paranoia like a fiddle, and he does.
Moore film deception item #1.
More to follow…not that anyone on these forums care.
If you want us to listen to Richard Clarke about 9/11, the Iraq War, and Bush, etc. then please tell us what else you would like us to pay attention to.
“Your government failed you � and I failed you. We tried hard, but that doesn’t matter because we failed. And for that failure, I would ask � for your understanding and for your forgiveness.” – to the 9/11 commission on 3/24/04
“If Condi Rice had been doing her job and holding those daily meetings the way Sandy Berger did, if she had a hands-on attitude to being national security adviser when she had information that there was a threat against the United States … [the information] would have been shaken out in the summer of 2001,” – on Larry King
“I tried to explain (to Rice): ‘This office is new, you’re right. It’s post-Cold War security, not focused just on nation-state threats. The boundaries between domestic and foreign have blurred. Threats to the U.S. now are not Soviet ballistic missiles carrying bombs, they’re terrorists carrying bombs. Besides, the law that established the NSC in 1947 said it should concern itself with domestic security threats, too.’ I did not succeed entirely in making the case.” – from his book Against All Enemies
“We did exactly what al Qaeda said we would do — invade and occupy an oil-rich Arab country that wasn’t threatening us in any way,” – Keynote speech on 6/26/04
or perhaps this:
“I find it outrageous that the president is running for re-election on the grounds that he’s done such great things about terrorism. He ignored it. He ignored terrorism for months, when maybe we could have done something to stop 9/11,” – 60 Minutes
personally i was willing to discount his book and his complaints about the president, but if the repubs are suddenly saying that he’s not crazy then i will reconsider.