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Originally posted by Wassabi
...........Why wasn't the secret service taking control of the President and rushing him off to a more secure and unknown location. I mean obviously they didnt know the first plane was an attack but when the second one hit, wouldnt they have had to go to some kind of severity plan for securing the President? Multiple people knew where he was at that point and they didn't wisk him away at all.
Can someone answer me that?
John Kerry couldn't think for 40 minutes on 9/11
Originally posted by crmanager
Since I am not the secret Service I can only suppose...
The First attack happend. Ok.
The second attack happened Bush was told.Ok. Is that the start of the infamous seven minutes or from the first attack?
2 buildings 1100 miles away. Nothing else was heard. Why would you move the president?
If you remember when they heard of the third and forth he was on the way to air Force one. What else should have been done?
Is this a backdoor slam of "why did he sit for 7 minutes?'
Originally posted by RANT
This sad little spin on using Kerry's colorful description of watching TV after the second explosion as "we realized nobody could think" (which was my exact reaction too watching the news reporters wet themselves with wild speculation), is MOST TELLING in that it took NEWSMAX an ENTIRE MONTH of skimming the transcripts to come up with this one:
Friday, Aug. 6, 2004
Hypocrite Kerry 'Couldn't Think' for 40 Minutes on 9/11
That's just sad. The biggest Larry King interview of the year, and a month later this is headline? A spin on one line? Please. :shk:
I'm really sorry your guy Bush is on tape as a deer in headlights people for the duration of 9/11. I REALLY am. But this "Kerry just as bad" stuff doesn't wash at all considering the interview in it's entirity.
Originally posted by Whodathunkit
Why is it that when supposedly thinking people run out of sensible things to say along the lines of constructive criticism, that discussions deteriorate into grammer school food fights??!!? "Mr Ed called; he wants his face back" -- come on...!! No one bothered to react against the initial complaint about Kerry -- that he had big hair, so now let's insult the way his facial features are put together.
Maybe it's just my own misconception, but I had hoped when I recently joined this board that I had found a place where people conversed about a variety of issues, engaging their high functioning brains to explore ideas. The general population mindlessly repeats that they don't know enough about John Kerry to have an opinion about voting for him. And those who dislike Kerry here can only cite thing about his appearance from the neck up. Jeez, we've already had the depths of facially ugly with Nixon and LBJ.
Let's get real. The best way to choose a president is to discover who can pee further in the snow.