February 13, 2010

It's official: Bush to blame for 9/11

I'm sure he thought it all along; now that his mental state has deteriorated beyond all rationality, the execrable Keith Olbermann has now stated it plainly: George W. Bush is to blame for the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

"Perhaps no one says it because it is such a painful, awful truth to confront, 3,000 people dead because Bush and Dick Cheney and Don Rumsfeld and others simply had other agendas than fighting terrorism."

Keithy is just miffed at GOP criticism of Barack Obama and his handling of terrorism/the War on Terror. But here's the deal: Obama is operating post-9/11. And that makes all the difference. I'm on record as saying that I don't blame Bill Clinton for not acting more swiftly and more decisively against al Qaeda, et. al. during his tenure as president -- because, even though there were numerous attempts and [smaller] attacks against us and our interests, there wasn't a major attack for him to respond to. (I have countered, against the various moonbats that, like Olbermann, seek to blame Bush for 9/11, that Clinton could have stopped bin Laden years before 2001, but chose not to. If you wanna play that game ...!)

Unfortunately, it usually always takes a large tragedy for complacency to end, and unfortunately that was 9/11.

Olbermann's ever-creeping insanity is only magnified by the fact that his audience is disappearing faster than the Arctic ice that global warming true believers continually cite!

Posted by Hube at February 13, 2010 11:20 AM | TrackBack

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Olbermann...olbermann...hmmmm...can't seem to recall? sports guy?

Posted by: cardinals fan at February 13, 2010 06:08 PM