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Giuliani famously made a similar assertion in early 2010, saying, "we had no domestic attacks under Bush." Of course, the 9/11 attacks didn't happen under Bush. (Dude...you were Mayor in New York during 9/11! You were there, I saw you on TV walking down the street with a mask on. Unlike you, I remember the year and actual day that the tragedy happened. It was on a Tuesday while I was in college. Bush, the worst President of anything in history, was at a school reading a book to a bunch of black kids to show that he doesn't hate black people, and most people were still pissed about his coronation by the Supreme Court. See how easy that is? This was your platform when you ran for President, you know, AMERICA'S GOVERNOR!) We will never forget? None of this rings a bell huh?
Bolling's misstatement came during a discussion on the network's Glenn Beck replacement show, "The Five." He and a panel—which included former Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino (the blond bobble head that knew nothing about the Cuban Missile Crisis)—were arguing about whether Bush had been guilty of "fear-mongering" during his tenure. Panelist Bob Beckel said that the former president had used fear-mongering around the non-existent weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. As he attempted to continue his point, Bolling cut him off and started to move on to the next segment. (a wise choice).
"America was certainly safe between 2000 and 2008," he said. "I don't remember any attacks on American soil during that period of time." Nobody on the panel challenged this comment.
This is Douchebaggery at it's stupid finest and it mixes well with tea.