Rudy Giuliani Smack Down Response of 9/11 to Texas Rep. Ron Paul at Republican Debate II


For the most part the idea of having a debate this far in advance of any primary tends  to be  more or less a waste of time and just an opportunity for the MSM to have news created for them to rebroadcast. A debate  usually requires some back and forth banter between candidates, not what has become all to common these days of politicians spewing forth what their handlers tell them to say.  The idea of a debate one would think would be to set yourself a part, not go a long with the same repetitive response. However, every so often, for just a brief and shining moment the debate works. Rudy Giuliani’s response to Ron Paul should be a reminder to all that have forgotten just what took place 9/11/01 and who was responsible. Hear Rudy roar … Its about time.

That’s really an extraordinary statement,” Giuliani said, interrupting FOX News panelist Wendell Goler. “That’s really an extraordinary statement, as someone who lived through the attack of Sept. 11, that we invited the attack because we were attacking Iraq. I don’t think I have ever heard that before and I have heard some pretty absurd explanations for Sept. 11. I would ask the congressman withdraw that comment and tell us that he didn’t really mean that.” (Fox News)

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    8 Responses to “Rudy Giuliani Smack Down Response of 9/11 to Texas Rep. Ron Paul at Republican Debate II”

    1. Freebrid on May 16th, 2007 11:39 am

      You Go Rudy!!

    2. Skyboxx on May 16th, 2007 4:55 pm

      Rudy Rocks on the 9/11 issue. He was there, he stood shoulder to shoulder with the rescue workers and he stood up to the thugs and reassured a city and a nation that NYC was open for business. That it takes more than cowards in planes. They can knock down a building, but they cannot knock down the SPIRIT of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

      And when Rudy stood up to the the Saudi Prince who tried to give Rudy a check for rebuilding on the premise that we asked for it, our Rudy told the good Shiek where he could put that multi-million dollar check.

      Rudy Rocks when it comes to being the man on the scene on Sept 11, 2001.

    3. Remo on May 16th, 2007 6:16 pm

      Who is this Ron Paul guy?

      Rudy went for the cheap applause.The guy Ron Paul is DEAD ON RIGHT!We need to stop meddling in their affairs like we have been for the past 50 years.We are what caused this.I know you guys are too proud to say it.They do not hate our freedoms.They did not attack Canada or Italy.They hate the fact that we are on THEIR land.Unfortunately, no candidate R or D, has the cojonas to say it like it is and this guy did.Did u see the look on Hannitys face when he announced that the winner of the debate was Paul?(according to poll)PRICELESS…..This is the first republican in a long time that has common sense.We need a FRESH breath of air in Washington…

      This is America now.Speak the truth and they want you gone.I bet many Americans agree with this guy.He is consistant and very smart.He is Doctor, respected family man and has way more moral authority than sleaze bag Giuliani.

    4. Melvin Thomas on May 16th, 2007 6:38 pm

      I think he earned himself a lot of votes last night. The problem is going to be in the money race – he’s way behind, and it’s going to take a miracle to catch up to Romney, Giuliani and McCain.

      But good Lord, is it fun to watch him expose Giuliani for the clown he is.

    5. DennisAOK on May 17th, 2007 2:13 pm

      I like Ron Paul, but he came across as a isolationist. The better reason for opposing the attackon Iraq is that the country was not linked to terrorism and posed no security threat to us. The goal of US foreign policy should be to protect our vital national interests, not promote democracy, which we cannot impose in any event. Neither party seems to understand this.

    6. dennisintn on May 18th, 2007 10:27 am

      i never heard of ron paul before, but it sounds like rosie o. might be his political strategist.

    7. Picayune Paul on July 28th, 2007 5:10 pm

      God Help The USA
      Lyrics 2001 Picayune Paul, no rights reserved
      May resemble L.Greenwood 1984 (MCA & Polygram Music)

      If tomorrow all the things are gone
      I’ve worked for all my life
      How will I start over?
      Will I have to risk my life?

      It’s not the way it used to be
      Livin’ here today
      The flag used to stand for freedom
      But they’re taking that away

      And I’m scared to be an American
      ‘Cause I’m not so sure I’m free
      I had no idea the capitol
      Got moved to Tel Aviv
      And I’d like to stand up
      But I see tanks, black ‘copters in the rain
      What’s happened to this country?
      God help the USA

      Bullets fly in Pine Ridge Nation
      Tanks roll up Ruby Ridge
      Across the plains of Waco
      Federales killing kids
      Stormtroopers down in Houston
      There’s jackboots in L.A.
      Well, there’s fear and doubt in American hearts
      And it’s time to stand and say

      That I’m not the Ugly American
      And I hope the world will see
      That kinder, gentler machine gun hand
      Does not belong to me

      And I’d stick my head up
      But I see tanks, black ‘copters in the rain
      What happened to this country?
      God help the USA

    8. Brian on November 19th, 2007 2:01 am

      Ron Paul and his supporters sound like that saudi prince. Paul says he’s a constitutionalist, but he’s really a communist. He wants to deny Americans votes for all elections except President, governor, and mayor. Just like it was way back in 1820 something. What’s next, legalizing slavery?

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