Why would major "news" outfits, like ABC, CNN or FOX, invite Rudy Giuliani to come to their Sunday shows, yesterday, and answer questions about the Obama administration's decision to try five 9-11 conspirators in New York City?
What possible information, what opinions, could Giuliani hold in his freaky little head that might justify ABC, CNN and FOX's invite? Rudy holds no office, hasn't been mayor of New York for quite some time, and made a national embarassment out of himself with his "noun, verb and 9-11" presidential primary campaign in 2008....the campaign he strategized so brilliantly by running in only one state, Florida.
Giuliani's appearance as some kind of "expert opinionator" about 9-11, of course, is laughable. Rudy Giuliani, on 9-11, was shrewd enough to get himself in front of the cameras,...but that's the extent of his knowledge or expertise on terrorism.
Rudy's recommendation to George W. Bush of Bernard Kerik to be Homeland Security Director is all one needs to know about Rudy's judgment. Kerik was convicted of a felony just a few days ago and sentenced to prison.
But there he was....Mr. 9-11....on ABC, CNN and FOX yesterday.....the slumped-back freak, in all his freakish glory, criticizing President Obama's decision to hold trials of terrorists in New York City.
" It's an unnecessary advantage to give to the terrorists," Giuliani said on CNN's State of the Union. " I don't know why you want to give terrorists advantages. And secondly, it's an unnecessary risk to the city of New York, which already has any number of risks."
The same guy who said that...also said this in 2006 about trying 20th hijacker, Zacarias Moussauoi in federal court .
Several news show hosts called Giuliani out on some apparent hypocrisy -- in 2006, he praised the civilian trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, saying he was "in awe of our system" and that we "are a nation of law."
For federal court trials until he was against them.
But think about what Mr. Noun & Verb & 9-11 said yesterday on CNN. If we bring the five 9-11 conspirators to trial in New York City, we are giving the "terrorists" an "unnecessary advantage." Trying those five in New York City federal court is putting New York under "unnecessary risk."
Bringing international anarchist criminals to justice following the template of American law, is giving "unnecessary advantage" to Islamic radicals. In other words,....according to Giuliani...we must forsake our own laws and history of following those laws, because if we follow American law and order, we will give extremists the "advantage."
Suicide bombers carry out violent acts which kill civilians in order to scare the host country's government into CHANGING the way they live and carry out their system of government.
Rudy Giuliani says the U.S. must not rely on the U.S. legal system to try the five conspirators, the same system Rudy praised in the trial of Moussauoi,.....because if we follow our own legal system and precedence.....we'll be giving the extremists, "unnecessary advantage."
Rudy is now too scared of the U.S. justice system to trust it. That's no small detail.
Not only has Giuliani given up on the U.S. justice system's ability to adjudicate crimes and lock away criminals...he's, apparently, given up on New York City's ability to protect it's citizens too. Trying suspects of a horrific crime in one of our cities is now putting that city's residents under "unnecessary risk."
I guess that means that from now on if a significantly horrible enough crime is committed inside the U.S....we can no longer trust our court system to deal with it. Rudy, by making these statements, is announcing his agreement with Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden has said America needs to change it's system of government and that Americans have become "soft." Rudy Giuliani agrees.
Giuliani, as I mentioned, is a freak. The question naturally arises....why would what Rudy has to say be significant to Americans? I can't answer that question. I keep coming up with, "it isn't." CNN, ABC and FOX believe otherwise. The Villagers, don't forget, are very, very Serious.
One last backhand......if we try criminals in federal courts, find them guilty and execute or imprison them.....then, according to Rudy, we're playing Aladdin to those who wage "Islamic war against us"......
"Since when are we in the business of granting the wishes of terrorists?"
You know what I'm thinking?.....I'm thinking that Rudy Giuliani is full of sh*t.
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