Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Not swept away by Palin

I would still prefer another run by Rudy or someone of that ilk. Abortion and gay marriage are not issues on my radar. Having a strong leader who is for law and order is more important.

The Duck likes to talk about Kerik. Whatever Kerik did it does not compare to perjury on the Senate floor while aiding communists, perpetuating fake Vietnam veteran war crimes stories with a Communist cohort that never set foot in Vietnam, driving a woman into water, working with the Soviets against your own president, running a brothel out of your townhouse and sexually exploiting teenage pages or in other words you average behavior of marxist democrats in MA.

Lets compare what Kerik has done to Charlie "the red" Rangel.

At least Kerik was a genuine hero unlike Gomer Kerry. Don't ask Kerry ask his peers like Ted Peck.


Ducky's here said...

Rudy ran for prez, Beak. You mean that 1 vote in the primary elections was a run.

... and his bag man is your hero.

Keep thinking Beak, that's what you do best.

Ducky's here said...

Beak, care to respond to this excerpt? It makes Rudy look like a real moonbat:

This is the same man who hailed the conviction -- in a New York City courtroom -- of the terrorists responsible for the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. He said the guilty verdicts demonstrated that "our legal system is the most mature legal system in the history of the world," "that it works well, that is the place to seek vindication if you feel your rights have been violated."

Or maybe it isn't.

That earlier Giuliani -- let's call him the Kumbaya version -- was the New York City brand of Republican, the kind who believes in both tax cuts and gay marriage. When a Lebanese immigrant shot four Hasidic students in a bus on the Brooklyn Bridge 1994, that Rudy declined to label the shooting an act of terrorism and denied press reports that the shooter was a member of Hezbollah.

"This act of evil is not the act of a people, but it's the act of a person or persons. Let's
show America and the world that we can make that distinction, that we have not only the best of cities, but the wisest of cities," Giuliani said. [Years later, the government concluded the shooting was a terrorist act.]

Now Giuliani attacks President Obama for failing to label the Fort Hood shootings as a terrorist act: "He doesn't get the fact that there is an Islamic war against us," Giuliani complained to Fox.

The Pagan Temple said...

Beak-I've been watching some of these Palin interviews, and I have to say, she seems stilted and scripted. She is not being herself. She seems uncomfortable. She is trying too hard, I think, to please the right wing of the Republican Party but trying not to antagonize the moderate Republicans and independent voters at the same time. Or it could be that she just has her guard up due to past news interview fiascos, and maybe that is showing.

Ducky-You have got to be fucking kidding. What Rudy said in 1994 has to be seen in the context of 1994. What he is saying now has to be seen in the context of 9/11, the Iraq War, Afghanistan, the Iranian mess, the on-going struggles between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, etc. In 1994, the first Intifada had not taken place. There have been a flood of changes since then. You making a statement like you made here makes as much sense as saying, "wow, isn't it about time the South freed it's slaves?"

Ducky's here said...

No temple, I'm not kidding. Rudy is a lying sack of crap and his bag man Kerik is also crap.

You sound like one of those bed wetters who are grateful that Rudy "kept us safe" after 9/11. "America's mayor".

Bore me later with the right wing diaper peeing. All Rudy did was make sure his first responders died because he hadn't upgraded their communications equipment.

And if you think much has changed since 1994, other than George Bush significantly strengthening Iran then you are blind. However you do seem to share Beak's opinion that all world policy should focus on a few million inhabitants of Israel.

beamish said...

Ducky always forgets to sign off his posts with "Heil Hitler."

The Pagan Temple said...


What has changed since 1994 is public perception. Islamic terrorism existed mainly as a vague threat to the minds of most people then, regardless of the first World Trade Center bombing. Few people would have or could have conceived the second attack of 9/11 and it's repercussions. That's what I meant by viewing Rudy's contradictory comments in the context of the times he uttered them. Islamic terrorism was, prior to 9/11, viewed more as a law enforcement problem than as a bona fide threat to American national security.

As for Israel, I don't know what to tell you. It's not my fault that George W. Bush and most well-meaning Americans decided they really had enough of the UN's schemes to turn the nation of Israel into one big overgrown, glorified Auschwitz.