posted on May, 19 2004 @ 01:06 AM
You know it's a well known fact that people in certain industries stick together, and as someone who has had quite a bit of experience in the rescue
field, including on Sept. 11th I'd like nothing more than to send these embarassments to America the hell out of my city. But we can't do that.
Everyone is entitled to say what they want right? I certainly would never want to squash freedom of speech.
But as with all things there must always be a solution. In this case the solution needs to be the following. The United States government (all three
branches on both sides of party lines) must issue a SINGLE all inclusive statement. The entire government must completely dissolve any ties to this
commission and remove any form of sponsorship from it.
Drastic? No. The commission was supposed to be a body that would give us findings to help protect us. To find where the problems were and how to
solve them. From it's first public proceedings it became obvious that the real purpose of these people was to do nothing of the sort. The real
purpose they assigned themselves was to blame. Their job was not to blame. Their job was to find fact, lay out lists of errors, and provide input to
America on how to fix those errors and prevent such things. They have failed miserably. Their final reports and findings are irrelevant because in
their time in the limelight they have disgraced themselves and their country by becoming a bunch of hindsight wielding, partisan, ignorant,
uninterested, rude, belligerent, uncaring (for lack of a better term) assholes.
What business do any of these unqualified elderly assclowns have criticizing a group of rescue workers that was FLUNG into the absolute worst scenario
ever envisioned by anyone. These ignorant little bastards think that what... taking a class and reading a book would have made things better? Let me
explain this to all those of you who weren't there very very plainly. I don't give a damn how many books and classes you'd gone through and how
many lovely plans you'd devised. When you showed up to that scene your response was one thing and one thing only. "Holy #, what do we do now".
And that statement repeated, over and over. When the first plane hit, when the second plane hit, when the first tower collapsed, when the second
tower collapsed. And on and on and on. For some little snail in a suit to claim that rescue workers weren't worthy of being boy scouts is the most
blasphemous thing I have heard come from anyone's mouth in the time since that day.
I look forward to Mayor Giuliani doing what he does best. Exposing liars and lowlifes for what they are really worth. I would personally love for
this to be the final straw that destroys this waste of time and money. I would sign any petition demanding its disbanding.
A real commission without dinosaurs of politics needs to be formed. A commission including representatives from victims' families, from the rescue
workers, from people who were impacted by this event. Not from grandstanding pigs who are hanging on to celebrity life by a thread. That thread is
the same one that held this city together at one point. The collective flab of this inefficient gaggle of fools is tearing at it.
If there were problems in FDNYs response, HELP THEM SOLVE THEM, don't make crass comments insulting people who ran into an inferno to save others.
New York does not need or want this band of fools here. Get the hell out of our city.