vendredi, mars 13, 2009
The 9/11 commission was "an insult to the intelligence of the American public."
Lorie Van Auken testifying at Cynthia McKinney's kangaroo court "congressional briefing": The 9/11 commission was "an insult to the intelligence of the American public."
This, of course, just before she endorsed John Kerry for president because "he has pledged to enact all 41 of the 9-11 Commissions recommendations, which this president is still fighting against."
Would it not seem to you to be less than logical to support the presidential candidate who wholeheartedly embraced the "insult to the intelligence of the American public?"
Mindy Kleinberg addressing the 9/11 Commission: To me luck is something that happens once. When you have this repeated pattern of broken protocols, broken laws, broken communication, one cannot still call it luck. If at some point we don't look to hold the individuals accountable for not doing their jobs properly then how can we ever expect for terrorists not to get lucky again? And, that is why I am here with all of you today. Because, we must find the answers as to what happened that day so as to ensure that another September 11th can never happen again. Commissioners, I implore you to answer our questions. You are the Generals in the terrorism fight on our shores. In answering our questions, you have the ability to make this nation a safer place and in turn, minimize the damage if there is another terrorist attack. And, if there is another attack, the next time, our systems will be in place and working and luck will not be an issue.
Publié par UruK à 4:05 PM