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Archive for October 8th, 2007

9/11 Was The Greatest Day of Rudy Guiliani’s Life

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on October 8th, 2007 9:35 am by HL

Here is a story of Ghouliani from people who really know him, New Yorkers.


No matter what the question is, Rudy says 9/11

NY Daily News
Excerpt
what is 911?For Rudy Giuliani, 9/11 is the answer. To almost anything, it seems.

“For me, every day is an anniversary of Sept. 11,” he said in Florida last month.
WHY DID YOU FLIP ON GUN CONTROL?

“There are some major intervening events – Sept. 11 – which cast somewhat of a different light on the Second Amendment.”

– Giuliani’s September speech to the NRA

WHY DID YOU INTERRUPT THAT SPEECH TO TAKE A CALL FROM JUDI?

“Since Sept. 11, most of the time when we get on a plane we talk to each other and just reaffirm the fact that we love each other”

– September interview with CBN News

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF BUILDING A FENCE ON THE BORDER?

“I support security at the borders. I think security is enormously important in the post-Sept. 11 period. I think we have to know who’s coming into this country.”

February interview with Fox News

HL’s Take:
There’s lots more of Rudy working 9/11 into every answer. Click through to see the one issue candidate speak ad nauseam on the greatest day of his life.


Video: Ron Paul Campaign Ad

Posted in H.L. News, Videos on October 8th, 2007 9:25 am by HL

Here is another Ron Paul campaign ad. I guess Ron is spending some of the $5 Million he has received in campaign contributions.


Democrats Bushs Best Friends For Iraq War

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on October 8th, 2007 9:20 am by HL


The Democrats who enable Bush

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Excerpt
WASHINGTON — President Bush has no better friends than the spineless Democratic congressional leadership and the party’s leading presidential candidates when it comes to his failing Iraq policy.

Those Democrats seem to have forgotten that the American people want U.S. troops out of Iraq, especially since Bush still cannot give a credible reason for attacking Iraq after nearly five years of war.

Last week at a debate in Hanover, N.H., the leading Democratic presidential candidates sang from the same songbook: Sens. Hillary Clinton of New York, and Barack Obama of Illinois and former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards refused to promise to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq by 2013, at the end of the first term of their hypothetical presidencies. Can you believe it?

When the question was put to Clinton, she reverted to her usual cautious equivocation, saying: “It is very difficult to know what we’re going to be inheriting.”

Obama dodged, too: “I think it would be irresponsible” to say what he would do as president.

HL’s Take:
C’mon Barack, that sounds like something Bush would say. I applaud Obama for removing his American flag lapel pin, because as he explained, “it’s a symbol of false patriotism” but Obama needs to get aboard the straight talk express as it were.