Sunday, September 11, 2016

Somebody's off their meds

Somebody told Rudy Giuliani that he's relevant again. That person should be flogged.

In case you missed it, this is the 15th anniversary of 9/11. And you have to wonder - does Rudy throw a party every year on this date, or does he just raise a silent toast to the 19 hijackers who gave him a job for the last decade and a half?

Rudy was once a reasonable person: a centrist, alternately registered as a Democrat, an Independent, and then, so that the Reagan administration would hire him, as a Republican. But, since he stopped lawyering and started in on punditry, he's apparently lost his mind.

Asked on ABC This Week if Trump was right, and that we should have "taken the oil" from Iraq, he made a fascinating comment.

Did you catch that? "Of course it’s legal; it’s a war. Until the war is over anything’s legal."

Let's be clear here. Rudy Giuliani has never been in the military. He's never even been to a war zone, as far as I know. New phrase for you, Mr Giuliani. You might want to look it up.

"War crimes."


BB-Idaho said...

"After receiving several deferments as a student, Giuliani applied for an occupational deferment as a law clerk, but his application was rejected. Giuliani appealed their decision, and asked the federal judge he was clerking for to petition the draft board for him. Which the judge did." Just another chickenhawk; the GOP is full of them.

Nameless Cynic said...

You have to admire Giuliani's lifelong commitment to serving his country, don't you?