The Incontiguous Brick

June 28, 2007

Giuliani has a new theory for 9/11

Filed under: politics — iknowkeith @ 2:49 pm

During a speech Monday at Pat Robertson’s Regent University, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani indirectly blamed President Clinton for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

In an earlier debate Giuliani attacked fellow GOP candidate Ron Paul for saying that previous US policy in the Middle East had created the conditions for the Sept. 11 attacks.

Hey Rudy, I am a little confused. Are you saying that the U.S. was partly responsible for 9/11?

Who is next on Rudy’s blame list? I have a few suggestions he might try…

    Ronald Reagan. If he had not done such an effective job of winning the Cold War, maybe the Soviet Union would still be our enemy and we would still be working with the Bin Laden to fight the Commies. Damn the victors of the Cold War!
    Paris Hilton. The real target of the 9/11 terrorists was the Hilton hotel because they hate her videos.
    The Canadians. Still bitter from the War of 1812 they have been plotting this one since the Wright brothers flew off a Kitty Hawk dune.
    The French. I just don’t trust them.

Ironically, the only person who has really gained a lot politically from the attacks is Giuliani. The once unpopular city mayor was catapulted into national attention and is now a contender for the presidency. All because he was in the right place at the right time. Maybe all these accusations and blaming is a cover for the real culpret? Or maybe the former mayor is just an idiot with no clue what is actually going on in the world today.

giuliani1.jpgSmartest thing Giuliani has said yet:

    “Don’t expect to agree with me on everything because that would be unrealistic. I don’t even agree with me on everything,” he said.

You got me there Rudy… I don’t agree with you either!



  1. There is no way in hell this guy is getting elected, and I think he’s starting to realize that. Once Fred “Bomb ’em all, and bring me a slut and a beer” Thompson gets into the race, Giuliani and McCain are outta there, and fast. I’m sure Romney will hang around, because nobody can figure out what his stance is on anything as it changes so often. So it will be Fred Thompson vs. Ron Paul in the end. Let’s hope the public chooses wisely.

    Comment by Bret — June 28, 2007 @ 3:18 pm | Reply

  2. I agree with you that Rudy is an authoritarian that knows nothing about foreign policy, but I think I’m going to have to point out that you are creating a straw man.
    On a technical basis the Paul/Rudy fiasco had to do with things that had to do with the reasons behind Middle Eastern hatred towards America.
    While I didn’t read the speech itself it seems like Rudy is simply blaming Clinton for not declaring global Marshall Law to root out the terrorists. So he is not blaming Clinton policy for inciting hatred, but he blames Clinton for not being able to round up every terrorist wishing harm on America.
    I feel I agree with you in general on why Dr. Paul would be great for America and Rudy would be a nightmare, but I feel you made an illogical implication in this post.

    Comment by Nate — June 28, 2007 @ 4:11 pm | Reply

  3. Giuliani was so unpopular he was a one termer he never had a chance at reelection so he quit and ran for president, oops, that was my boy johnny edwards, I do his hair

    Comment by Nancy — June 28, 2007 @ 5:54 pm | Reply

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