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Tue May 1, 2012, 11:03 AM

Pic Of The Moment: Romney: Discussion Of Terrorism Shouldn't Be Politically Divisive



http://www.democraticunderground.com/101725497

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/04/30/giuliani-and-romney-to-team-up/

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Reply Pic Of The Moment: Romney: Discussion Of Terrorism Shouldn't Be Politically Divisive (Original post)
EarlG May 2012 OP
rurallib May 2012 #1
47of74 May 2012 #9
Botany May 2012 #2
EarlG May 2012 #3
av8rdave May 2012 #4
SunSeeker May 2012 #5
aint_no_life_nowhere May 2012 #6
progressivebydesign May 2012 #7
Johnny2X2X May 2012 #8
DonCoquixote May 2012 #10
FailureToCommunicate May 2012 #11
rtracey May 2012 #12
Hubert Flottz May 2012 #13

Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 11:34 AM

1. a noun, a verb and 9-11

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Response to rurallib (Reply #1)

Tue May 1, 2012, 06:55 PM

9. You beat me to it

That was going to be my response.

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 11:36 AM

2. Rudolph Giuliani @ the 2004 RNC

"At the time, we believed that we would be attacked many more times that day
and in the days that followed. Without really thinking, based on just emotion,
spontaneous, I grabbed the arm of then Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik,
and I said to him, Bernie, thank God George Bush is our president."

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 11:46 AM

3. Bonus Pic Of The Moment

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 12:03 PM

4. Sorry for the language, folks, but...

This asshole's party flogged 9/11 for political gain for the better part of a decade. How dare they even raise the subject?

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 12:33 PM

5. Republicans obviously lack the irony gene...and shame.

To stand next to Rudy "noun-verb-911" Giuliani and complain about the "politicizing" of the war on terror shows Romney is repulsively shameless.

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 01:05 PM

6. "Politically divisive" is anything that shows Obama in a good light

"Politically unifying" is anything Romney boasts about regarding himself in that smarmy style of his.

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 01:25 PM

7. Would the Democrats creating a montage of the sick 911 political ads in 2004 be wrong?

thanks for pointing the hypocrisy. The GoP used 911 for their entire campaign platform in the last few elections, and now that President Obama has actually done what Bush could or would not do, i.e. take out OBL, support the taking out of Bush's dear pal in Libya, hobbling AQ, NOW it's considered wrong to politicize?

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Tue May 1, 2012, 03:27 PM

8. Where was Romney?

When this was going on?

Dick Cheney "if Kerry wins the November 2 election, then the danger is that we'll get hit again, that we'll be hit in a way that will be devastating" 9/7/2004

George Bush, "If Kerry wins, it could embolden our enemies." 09/04

Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) claims that terrorists "are going to throw everything they can between now and the election to try and elect Kerry," September, 2004

John Boehner (R-OH) said, "I wonder if they [Democrats] are more interested in protecting the terrorists than protecting the American people," September 2006

I'm sure Romney was very outspoken against this back then.

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Wed May 2, 2012, 01:24 AM

10. OK F*C*ing GOP

You used 9-11 to hide the fact that W. was so unpopular they even had a show called "That's my Bush."

You used it to get him re-elected, saying Kerry would make us lose the war.

You used it to try and get that old warhorse McCain in the White House, and his beauty queen twit of a Veep.

You even enouraged Hillary to use it with her "3 a.m." ad, so that we would be split.

You use it to justify social programs being gutted, even hoping to get your hands on SS and Medicare.

You used it to shovel money towards Israel, who used it to ramp up the process of killing.

And sadly, you used it to send billions to Pakistan, while they were sitting in mansions, laughing at you, knowing Ben Ladin was across the street, and that they had NUKES.

And yet, where Obama has done more with one night then a decade of war, NOW he cannot use it.

I see why Al-Qaida finds you useful, so will the rest of the world as they use you to turn us into slaves.


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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Wed May 2, 2012, 08:15 AM

11. Mara Liasson, on NPR this a.m. again called Giuliani "the hero of 9-11"




Dear Mara, there were many countless 'heros' that day and afterwards. Giuliani was not one of them. He exploited that tragedy for his own political gain, especially when running for President, just like George Bush.

Shame on you. Shame on NPR for continuing to keep you on air. Stay with FOX, where your style of "reporting" -that lacks critical thinking- is no doubt applauded.

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Wed May 2, 2012, 08:42 AM

12. Bush/Bin Laden

 

So, My question is this... Since we know the Republicans are fear mongers, terrorists this, going to get us that.... Is it possible Bush did not want Osama Bin Laden killed to keep the fear alive? any thoughts....

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Response to EarlG (Original post)

Wed May 2, 2012, 08:48 AM

13. My Gawd...

Will somebody flush that?

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