Friday, August 06, 2004

Today's Hoot!

Neal Boortz:
John Kerry has finally started to give us the details of what he would have done differently from George Bush and how he would fight the war on terror. If it had been The Poodle instead of Bush talking to those school children in Florida on September 11th, instead of remaining calm while further information was gathered, he would have jumped up and screamed "Holy S__t! We're being attacked" and run from the room.
OK ... let's pick this one apart. Here is what Kerry said to the Unity conference: "First of all, had I been reading to children and had my top aid whispered in my ear 'America is under attack,' I would have told those kids very politely and nicely that the President of the United States had something that he needed to attend to." This, of course, was followed by cheers and loud applause from the "journalists."

Cheap Michael Moorish shot. First of all, Bush was not told that "America is under attack." He was told that an airplane had struck one of the World Trade Towers. The second airplane had not yet struck. President Bush had no idea it was a terrorist attack. What good would it have done to run screaming out of the classroom? Even the principal at the time, a Democrat, said she felt it was an unfair attack and that Bush did the right thing. She says she didn't vote for Bush, but on that day she would have.
It's the standard line of The Poodle....I didn't like the way George Bush did something, but my only suggestion is that I would do it better. Whatever.
And with French style and better hair!