This guy bashes 9/11 truth about halfway down into the article.
Can science silence the doubters on David Kelly?
Baseless conspiracy theories are a sadly inevitable side-effect of the kind of sceptical inquiry we really need
- guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 26 October 2010 17.05 BST .
Bush phone call Giuliani & Pataki, ABC, 10:59, 9/13
Bush press conference, ABC, 11:06, 9/13
"First let me condition the press this way. Any sources and methods of intelligence will remain guarded in secret. My administration will not talk about how we gather intelligence, if we gather intelligence and what the intelligence says. That's for the protection of the American people. It is important as we battle this enemy"
Good riddance to a steaming pile of dog excrement.
Now let's put this fucking terrorist on trial.
Florida free-fall sends Giuliani from hero to zero
Jan 30 02:36 AM US/Eastern
Giuliani Concedes Florida To McCain
McCain Takes Florida: ‘It’s a Very Significant Boost’
Rudolph Giuliani's plummet from soaring Republican front-runner, to humiliated White House also-ran, ranks as one of the most spectacular flame-outs in US election history.
The hero of the September 11 attacks in 2001, dubbed "America's Mayor," and former mafia scourge splashed around 50 million dollars in his campaign -- but saw his chances slide as soon as first nominating votes were cast.
The long day was Giuliani's crucible -- a moment that showed his mettle and humanity under extreme pressure. Despite the heroic actions of hundreds of firefighters and police, it was also a public- safety meltdown caused not only by the streaking suicide planes, but in part because of lapses that occurred on Giuliani's watch.
He had outfitted his firefighters with flame-retardant gear, but their patchwork radio system sent many urgent evacuation calls vanishing into the ether. His trek through the rain of rubble to secure a temporary command center showed poise. But coordination between his field commanders was sporadic, and there was no backup for the shattered nerve center he had built in the tower complex.
US presidential hopefuls 'wrong' to play 9/11 card
"More than six years after the terrorist attacks on the United States, September 11 is playing a major role in the 2008 race for the White House. New York's mayor on that day, current Republican front-runner Rudy Giuliani, is touting his response to the attacks as an example of his ability to lead during a time of crisis. But a small group of firefighters and their families say they are appalled that the presidential contender is playing the 9/11 card."
"But Mr Giuliani is not the only presidential candidate who refers to September 11. New York Senator Hillary Clinton has woven it into her campaign ads too. She stood by Ground Zero workers who sacrificed their health after so many sacrificed their lives and kept," one campaign ad said."
"But a 10-member strong group of firefighters and their families are accusing Mr Giuliani of using those deaths to advance his presidential ambitions.
Jim Riches is the New York Fire Department's deputy chief, and his firefighter son Jimmy was killed on September 11. Mr Riches says lives were lost because Mr Giuliani did not provide firefighters with adequate radios. "He's politicised 9/11 from day one," he said. "He's made millions, tens of millions of dollars speaking about 9/11, when the only thing he did that day was get on TV, calm the nation and tell everybody everything would be all right and we'd pull through this. That's all he did." His group is now raising money to run TV ads against the former mayor in Iowa and New Hampshire - the two states which kick off the presidential nomination race. "We are trying to let everybody know exactly what happened that day, to set the record straight on 9/11 that this man was no hero," he added."
9/11 group mulls anti-Giuliani campaign
NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UPI) --
New York firefighters and families who lost relatives on Sept. 11, 2001, are considering campaigning against presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani.
They are considering forming a 527 committee that would run issue ads on the terrorist attacks, ABC News reported. Some of those affected by the attacks believe the former New York mayor is exploiting them in his presidential campaign.
"TV made him a hero, and we'll use TV to take him down," said New York Fire Chief Jim Riches, whose son was killed at the World Trade Center. "We don't want him running on 9/11 or the bodies of all these dead people or my dead son saying that he did a great job that day."
Riches and other members of the group plan to meet Monday at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., taking their message to the state that holds the first primary.
"To know that we had failing radios in 1993 and did virtually nothing until September 11 is shocking to say the least," said Gioia [New York City Councilman Eric Gioia]. "To watch this documentary and see the important questions that were asked and seemingly unanswered and ignored for so many years, it's disturbing."
Giuliani Faces Investigation Of 9/11 Radios
The Huffington Post
November 1, 2007 10:10 AM
In the midst of his presidential candidacy, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani now faces a looming government investigation into his handling of the radios used by firefighters on 9/11.
The investigation, which will examine how the FDNY ended up using faulty equipment during the terrorist attacks and why Giuliani gave a no-bid contract to Motorola for that equipment, has been endorsed by New York City Councilman Eric Gioia, chair of the city's oversight and investigations committee.
"From this day forward, EVERY person running against Rudy Giuliani can point out how most people at Yankee Stadium resoundedly booed Rudy Giuliani. If you are Joe Six Pack or Jane Housewife going about your daily life in Missouri, you are smart enough to realize that if the people at Yankee Stadium are booing Rudy Giuliani, they must know something that the media isn't telling you. After 3 more seconds of thought, Joe Six Pack and Jane Housewife make the connection that Rudy Giuliani is not a 9/11 Hero but that he did some awful things regarding 9/11. And even if Joe Six Pack or Jane Housewife agree with Rudy Giuliani 95% of the time, Giuliani just lost their vote, even if he attains the general nomination and faces Hillary Clinton.
The people of New York City booed Rudy Giuliani because they know what a scumbag he truly is. Giuliani couldn't get elected dogcatcher in New York City today unless the only other candidate running was named Michael Vick.
TulsaTruth.org confronts Giuliani at Steak Stuffers in Tulsa on 9/14/07. Simple questions deserve simple answers but Giuliani can only ignore our presence.
Giuliani warned about World Trade Center collapse: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLNtvOKdjsE
Fire Fighter Union warns against Giuliani ,the urban legend, and his lack of leadership: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaCYEEO-58I
Potholes filled with 9/11 remains: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoPY4Ntob24
Giuliani and the toxic dust: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYFbz0hHeJw
Full credit for catching this goes to boloboffin at Democratic Underground.
(Thanks to Jack for sending this in)
On the stump, Rudy can't help spreading smoke and ashes about his lousy record
by Wayne Barrett
with special research assistance by Alexandra Kahan
August 7th, 2007 9:44 PM
Nearly six years after 9/11, Rudy Giuliani is still walking through the canyons of lower Manhattan, covered in soot, pointing north, and leading the nation out of danger's way. The Republican frontrunner is campaigning for president by evoking that visual at every campaign stop, and he apparently believes it's a picture worth thousands of nights in the White House.
Giuliani has been leading the Republican pack for seven months, and predictions that the party's evangelicals would turn on him have so far proven hollow. The religious right appears as gripped by the Giuliani story as the rest of the country.
JULY 11, 2007 HARDBALL
IAFF rips Giuliani on Chris Matthew's show Hardball.
Thanks to Christine for this submission, notice the contact information at the end of the article:
Firefighters' criticism deemed "factually questionable"
When the International Association of Fire Fighters, the nation's largest firefighters union, released a video on July 12 challenging the portrayal of former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani as a hero of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, New York Times reporter Marc Santora rushed to put out the anti-Giuliani fire. His July 12 story's lead cast doubt on the accuracy of the group's claims, calling the video "at times factually questionable."
The IAFF does not delve into 9/11 Truth, however, anything that keeps Giuliani from being the President is probably a good thing. There are no doubt many "facts" in this video that many visiting this site will disagree with. I encourage you to communicate your concerns to the IAFF. -r.
Giuliani Bungled Preparation in Years After 1993 Attack on Trade Center.
Critical failures by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani before, during and after the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, raise serious questions about his ability to be commander-in-chief.
Giuliani Acknowledged Explosions on 9/11, Didn't Believe They Were 'Gas Related'
YouTube | June 26, 2007
This clip is from Fox News on September 11, 2001, and is from a Press Conference given by Mayor Giuliani. In the clip, Mayor Giuliani states that he does not believe gas is responsible for the explosions being reported, and emphasizes that the gas has been turned off.