Thursday, September 11, 2008

Deranged Olbermann Laments Politicizing 9/11 ... By Politicizing 9/11

These idiots who are quick to scream about people politicizing 9/11 are always the first to do so themselves. Maybe Olbermann was watching a different GOP convention last week, but I don't recall any overt politicizing of 9/11 by the GOP. Sure, there were plenty of military references, because in case this drooling moron hasn't noticed, John McCain was a POW and frankly, the Republicans like the military, unlike the left.

Anyway, the newly demoted MessNBC clown goes on an incoherent speshul komment rant here. It's difficult to figure out what point he's trying to make outside of confirming the fact he needs psychiatric help in the worst way.
This is supposed to be a day of remembrance. Remembrance of the attack, remembrance of the national unity which followed it.

Most important of all, remembrance of the dead.

But 9/11 has become a brand name. A Republican campaign slogan. Propaganda of the lowest form. 9/11 has become 9/11 with a trademark logo.

9/11 (TM) has sustained a president who long ago should have been dismissed, or impeached. It has kept him and his gang of financial and constitutional crooks in office without — literally — any visible means of support.

9/11 (TM) has made possible the greatest sleight-of-hand in our nation’s history.

The political party in office at the time of the attacks, at the local, state and national levels, the party which uniformly ignored the warnings and the presidential administration already through twenty percent of its first term and no longer wet behind the ears, have not only thus far escaped any blame for the malfeasance and criminal neglect that allowed the attacks to occur, but that presidency and that party, have managed to make it seem as if the other political party would be solely and irredeemably responsible for any similar catastrophe in the future.

Thus, Sen. McCain, were you able to accomplish a further inversion of reality at your party’s nominating convention last week.

There was the former Mayor of the City of New York, the one who took no counter-terrorism measure in his seven years in office between the first attack on the World Trade Center, and the second attack.

Nothing, except to insist, despite all advice and warning, that his Emergency Command Center be moved directly into the World Trade Center.

Yet there was this man, Sir, Rudolph Giuliani, quite succinctly dismissed as “A Noun, a Verb, and 9/11,” and repudiated even by Republican voters, transformed into the keynote speaker, Sen. McCain at your convention.

And his childish, squealing, braying, Tourette’s-like repetition of 9/11 (TM), was greeted not as conclusive evidence that he is consumed by massive guilt - hard-earned guilt, in fact but rather as some kind of political tour-de-force, an endorsement of your Vice Presidential nominee, a rookie governor , a facile and slick con artist.

The blind endorsing the bland, to a chorus of 9/11 (TM), 9/11 (TM), 9/11 (TM.)

Your ringing mindless cheer of “We’ve Kept You Safe Since Then.”While nobody asks “doesn’t then count?”

All of this, sadistically disrespecting the dead of New York, and Washington, and Shanksville. Endorsed, Sen. McCain. Exploited, Sen. McCain. Trademarked, Sen. McCain by you.
Conveniently overlooked by this psychopath is the fact the Clinton administration also did little if anything to fight terror throughout the 1990's, but why interrupt the lunacy to intersperse some facts?

I always notice that while 9/11 is a somber day for most Americans, especially those of us in the New York metropolitan area, the left always ratchets up their venemous hatred and rage. No, not rage against the terrorists, but rage against the one party who wants to help fight terrorists.

Funny how that is.

Update: Here's video of the lunatic if you can stomach it.

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