Guiliani's 9/11 Record to be Challenged on Monday in New Hampshire - Be There If You Can!
FDNY PARENTS,FAMILIES AND FIREFIGHTERS SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON RUDY GIULIANI'S RECORD OF FAILURE BEFORE,DURING AND AFTER 9/11
WHERE: Dartmouth College
Dartmouth Hall Room 105 Seats 180 people
Hanover , New Hampshire 03755
WHEN: Monday November 19,2007 at 5 PM
1 hour presentation
1 hour for questions from audience
Press and Media welcome
WHY: 9/11 families and firefighters are deeply offended how
Rudy Giuliani has exploited a national tragedy for millions of dollars
and is trying to parlay his failures of 9/11 into the highest office
in the USA.
Leadership,proper equipment,coordination, and communcation
capabilities were lacking on 9/11.This will be Rudy's legacy, along
with thousands of sick and dying first responders because of improper
respirators and human remains of 9/11 heroes still at a GARBAGE DUMP
in Staten Island.
Families will arrive in Manchester ,New Hampshire on Saturday Nov
17,2007 at noon and will be staying in Manchester ,New Hampshire at
the Hilton Gardens Hotel. We will be available for interviews on
request on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Sunday ,a breakfast in
Manchester is being arranged ,details to follow .
For information Call: Deputy Chief Jim Riches FDNY 917-692-1199
father of 9/11 hero FF Jimmy Riches Engine 4
Video link via: Jones Report story: Rudy Still 'Mr. 9/11' To You
News coverage below...
By William Douglas | McClatchy Newspapers - Friday, November 16, 2007
WASHINGTON — Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign was supposed to be toast by now, imploded by his hot temper, autocratic ways, tumultuous personal life and moderate views on social issues, which would turn off traditional Republican voters once they got to know the "Real Rudy."
Or so many of Giuliani's critics thought.
Instead, he remains atop the Republican presidential pack in national polls, powered in large part by his image as the steely hero who guided New York through the Sept 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
A small but vocal group of New Yorkers will try to puncture that image Monday when they host a town hall meeting at New Hampshire's Dartmouth College to discuss New York's disaster-preparedness under Giuliani before 9-11.
"He's portraying himself as a false hero of 9-11,"said Sally Reganhard, whose son, Christian Reganhard, was a probationary firefighter who was killed at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11. "He's not talking about the story of the failure of his administration, and that has to be told, because we have to protect this country."
Monday's event in a small auditorium on the Dartmouth campus, hosted by a group called 9/11 Parents & Families of Firefighters, is one of the few attempts to challenge Giuliani's main campaign narrative, which he's controlled successfully thus far.
See also adanac's blog entry: http://911blogger.com/node/12592