Well, What Did You Expect?


Call me cynical, but I'd be willing to bet the 9/11 victims' families that are complaining about the Bush campaign ad are 99% Democrat.

Update: It's worse than that. This NY Post editorial lays out how it's all a scheme by a group called September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows - a group that, despite its name, isn't anti-war: they're actually on the other side:

But now it turns out that this whole furor is driven by a tiny group that's motivated by a far-left agenda and a festering hatred of the president - and has some quite dubious financial ties.

Leading the rhetorical charge has been an outfit called September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows - which, the group admits, has only a few dozen members and represents relatives of no more than 1 percent of the 9/11 victims.

More to the point, the group was formed specifically to oppose the entire War on Terror: Not just the campaign against Saddam Hussein, but also the toppling of the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Indeed, the group's leaders traveled to Afghanistan, drawing a detestable moral equivalence between the 9/11 attacks and U.S. bombing of the Taliban and opposing "violent responses to terrorism."


I find it interesting that none of them are being asked.

Well, not really interesting — just typical media bias.

I think that is safe to say. One father of a victim was quoted as saying he would vote for Saddam before Bush. I feel for his loss but he is one that doesn't have sense enough to vote.

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