Saturday, November 10, 2007

Two Attack 9/11 Commission - Book Review

Aren't you tired of these weirdos and nihilistic space-cases that keep attacking the 9/11 Commission? I mean, the Commission was comprised of honorable men doing the best they could under trying conditions, wasn't it?

And these nuts have even written a book to try to prove their preposterous case. Here is a synopsis of what these two crazies have to say in it:

"(They) devoted the first chapter on how they believed the Commission was set up for failure......listed a number of reasons why they thought this, including the late start of the Commission and the very short deadline imposed; the insufficient funds, 3 million dollars, initially allocated for conducting such an extensive investigation (later the Commission requested and received additional funds, but the chairs still felt hamstrung); the many politicians who did not want the Commission formed; the continuing resistance and opposition to the work of the Commission by many politicians, particularly those who did not wish to be blamed for any of what happened; and the denial of access by various agencies to documents and witnesses."

And it just goes on and on in this critical vein. Give me a break!

And just who are these clowns?

Two guys named Kean and Hamilton. Even the names sound phony. To be exact, former Governor of New Jersey Thomas Kean and former Congressman Lee Hamilton.

And what possible credentials could they have to make them some kind of experts on the Commission?

They were the co-chairs of the Commission.

Sureeeeeeeeee, big deal! They're still fringe nutjobs trying to bring America down.

The name of their attention-seeking book by the way is: Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commission.

And I'll leave you with this parting, ridiculous book quote by them, just so you can have a good laugh:

"So there were all kinds of reasons we thought we were set up to fail."

-Book Review by Richard I. R. Cheney (no relation to the current CEO of Halliburton)

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