A Noun, A Verb, And A Lie

Following the backlash to his obviously false claim on Friday’s GMA that there were “no domestic attacks under Bush,” Rudy Giuliani issued a statement through a spokesbot saying that the remark “didn’t come across as it was intended” and that the former mayor was “clearly talking post-9/11 with regards to Islamic terrorist attacks on our soil.” Oh yes, clearly. The problem however, is that he’s still lying …

I’m not sure what’s worse, mendacious sacks of shit like Giuliani or the docile media slackers like George Stephanopoulos who freely allow them to dissemble and attempt to rewrite history on their broadcasts.

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5 responses to “A Noun, A Verb, And A Lie

  1. Mike

    Two words:

    Richard Reid.

    The only difference between the Underwear Bomber and the Shoe Bomber is quite litterally the location of the explosives.

    Guilliani and the entire GOP are a bunch of lying morons

  2. Bill

    Mary Matalin got away with the same shit on CNN last week. She wasn’t called out on it either.

    Neo-con revisionist a-holes!

  3. Ti-Guy

    I’m not sure what’s worse, mendacious sacks of shit like Giuliani or the docile media slackers like George Stephanopoulos who freely allow them to dissemble and attempt to rewrite history on their broadcasts.

    I’m not burdened by any such uncertainty. The media hacks, without question.

  4. I’m inclined to agree with you.

  5. Giuliani: No Attacks of Amnesia Under Bush, One Under Obama

    NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report) – Drawing a sharp contrast between the Bush and Obama administrations while appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America, former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani said, “I never had an attack of amnesia under Bush, and I’ve had one under Obama.”

    The former New York mayor had many nostalgic things to say about the Bush White House, telling host George Stephanopoulos, “Under Bush, we never had any flooding in New Orleans or economic meltdowns.”

    When asked if he was considering running for president, Mr. Giuliani said, “That’s something I’d like to try once before I die.”

    Underscoring his concern about the attacks of memory loss under Obama, Mr. Giuliani said, “Where am I again, and how did I get here?”

    Mr. Giuliani concluded the interview by drooling on his shirt

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