A top adviser to Republican presidential candidate John McCain apologized on Monday after he was quoted as saying a September 11-type attack before the November election would benefit McCain.WHAT?
"I deeply regret the comments, they were inappropriate," Black said in a statement after McCain said that if Black had made such a comment, "I strenuously disagree" with it.
"I recognize that John McCain has devoted his entire adult life to protecting his country and placing its security before every other consideration," said Black, one of McCain's most trusted political advisers.
[ cf McCain adviser apologizes for September 11 comment ]
Is it now officially a post-post-911 culture, where it is OK for the RINO Rave Dancers to say strange things, as if we can now officially forget that 911 was the second attack on the world trade center, and unlike after the first attack, it was not repaired to become a new target.
Ok, so there was an impeachment of a seated president who was bombing Iraq to bring freedom to them, back between WTC attack one and two, so yes, that too might be a part of the process of revisionism...
I mean, should we actually have to, uh, remember stuff?
As it actually happened? Rather than as it should have happened?
Since clearly if there was some new great ugly attack by
Persian Pedal Powered pGay pHomoZeXual pGertie pThe pGolfCart pGollom Phlying pSaucers pOf Phear!!!!wouldn't that mean that the failed klintonesta policy towards Iraq, rather than TOTAL VICTORY AGAINST IRAN, has been, well, very klintonesta of them?
But thankfully we have RoboBushCheney!
They never worry about factualism of if there is a relationship between what happens and what follows after it!