Monday, August 16, 2010

She certainly has a right to her opinion

But it is disturbing that some of the news shows are so lazy that they portray all of the thousands of close relatives of the nearly 3,000 who died via the World Trade Center disaster, now nearly nine years ago, through one person. One person who is obviously entitled to her opinion, but who has been a right-winger since -- and undoubtedly was before.

Six years ago, when three 9/11 survivor spouses were critical of the Bush Administration, they could not be attacked quickly enough by the same people who now attempt to use, and are allowed to use, Debra Burlingame, to be bigots.


StonyPillow said...

Republicans are even angry at money because every coin says, "E Pluribus Unum".

These guys are dangerous. They're mad at everything. And they all vote the same. Who would even consider voting for them?

Montag said...

Since these folks don't have the criminal trials of Bush and Cheney and half (umm, okay, three-quarters) of that administration to distract them, the field has been wide-open for creative mischief. They've been free to occupy their time with making mountains out of molehills, at the current administration's expense.

Yet one more reason to have simply upheld the law and prosecuted them.

After all, they only had eight years of the Clinton administration as an object lesson on what happens when Republicans get off scot-free.

Raoul Paste said...

A massive recruiting tool for Al Queda and the Taliban. God these people are f***ing stupid.

Even George W. Bush knew better.

Athenawise said...

The Rude Pundit takes them apart. Some of their strategms for sympathy are wearing thin. The pain of losing a loved one on 9/11 notwithstanding, they're a rabid bunch.

pansypoo said...

the gnews know no shame.

omen said...

what did she have to say about republicans denying to fund healthcare for terminally ill and ailing 9/11 first responders?