Giuliani is too Insignificant to be Allowed in the Media

Giuliani is too Insignificant to be Allowed in the Media

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I for one have had enough. Last Wednesday when Rudy Giuliani made his first ignorant remark, and someone put it on the internet, that should have been the end of his half-minute of fame. Giuliani is a Republican, but his significance within the party is nil. He will never be elected to public office, and he is laughable to the majority of the American people.

We have had enough from flag wavers who claim to be patriots when in fact their loyalty belongs to whoever gives them the most money. True patriots are the men and women who struggle every day of their lives to support their families. True patriots prove their love for their country by questioning authority, not accepting everything they hear as fact.

Patriotism and love for our country is not demonstrated by wearing a flag pin on your lapel, or from words which have no meaning behind them. If a politician is a true patriot, he or she will do the right thing for the majority of our nation’s people, not special interests. A nation is comprised of people. A nation is not land within a geographical boundary; love of country means love for its people.

Giuliani does nothing for our nation’s people, while President Obama has accomplished some of his goals for the working class. It is Giuliani who doesn’t love his country.

Now we have other members of the GOP chiming in, and they are as insignificant as Giuliani.

A former member of Congress representing the TEA Party, and who frequently made statements just as ignorant as Giuliani, commended him for his remarks. Michelle Bachman, who we thought had been eliminated from the media, used the opportunity to take another cheap shot at the President. In addition to defending Giuliani, and heaping praise on him for being the Mayor of New York City during the 9/11 disaster, she condemned Mr. Obama’s policy towards ISIS. She continued the Republican practice of using fear tactics.

Before making ill-informed statements, those who clamor to be in the public eye should get their facts straight.

I condemn the President’s actions as will; I don’t believe we should have any involvement with ISIS. These are the facts. ISIS is not comprised of Islamic radicals. Millions of Americans believe that claiming to be a Muslim makes you a Muslim. If they took the time to read even a part of the Quran they would know that ISIS is merely a group of thugs who want to have their own way. They could be called a cult because they blindly follow leaders who tell them what they want to hear, thereby controlling their lives.

ISIS is not a danger to the United States. ISIS forces number approximately 20,000. The armies of Islamic nations in the area are huge, boasting hundreds of thousands of ground troops, and thousands of tanks and airplanes. The inevitability that ISIS would eventually attack Muslim nations has occurred. It is their war, not ours.

When Giuliani, Bachman, and Darrell Issa say that Mr. Obama criticizes America, they are partly correct. He has never made disparaging remarks about America as a whole; however, he has been critical of certain Americans. We must focus on the fact that the United States of America is 320 million people, and loving your country means loving all 320 million people, not just the one-percent.

Now, can we please return to reporting positive and intelligent comments from those who have something important to say? Maybe I shouldn’t have said that; that would mean that we would not report anything politicians have to say, and that’s not good for business.

Commentary by James Turnage

Sources:

RT

WND

The Huffington Post

Photo Courtesy of Mark Taylor

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21 COMMENTS

  1. Who cares what James Turnage thinks. He’s a democrat mouthpiece that argues that BO can do no wrong. He must not pay attention to what BO thinks and does. On the other hand, I understand why.

    • “Giuliani’s father was a mob enforcer, and he and his five brothers all avoided military service during World War II. What about this upbringing in any way suggests it conveyed some deeper patriotism than Obama’s?
      Giuliani subsequently clarified his original remarks, though not in the way he intended, by asserting that Obama’s alleged anti-Americanism amounted to “socialism or possibly anti-colonialism.” Here Giuliani is reprising the theories of Dinesh D’Souza, who has described Obama as fundamentally influenced by Kenyan anti-colonialism. Unfortunately for Giuliani, D’Souza’s racism is so transparent not even many conservatives care to defend it any longer.”

      “Ask Regina Peruggi, the second cousin he grew up with and married, who was “offended” when Rudy later engineered an annulment from the priest who was his best man on the grounds, strangely enough, that she was his cousin. Or ask Donna Hanover, the mother of his two children, who found out he wanted a separation when he left Gracie Mansion one morning and announced it at a televised press conference.
      Or ask Judi Nathan, his third wife, whom he started dating while still married to Hanover and New York mayor. In two SUVs, he and an entourage of six or seven cops traveled 11 times to Judi’s Hamptons getaway at a taxpayer cost of $3,000 a trip. That’s love.”

      “Rudy may have forgotten the half-dozen deferments he won ducking the Vietnam War, even getting the federal judge he was clerking for to write a letter creating a special exemption for him”

      “Giuliani went so far as to rebuke the President for not being “brought up the way you were and the way I was brought up through love of this country,” a bow no doubt to the parenting prowess of Harold Giuliani, who did time in Sing Sing for holding up a Harlem milkman and was the bat-wielding enforcer for the loan-sharking operation run out of a Brooklyn bar owned by Rudy’s uncle.”
      Quotes from Wayne Barrett who wrote Guilaini’s biography.

      • All out of topic. Obama is an anti-American and most of all anti-Whites who wants to fundamentally change White America through massive non-White immigration,illegal,and legal. Obama is the same man who hated his White mother because of her supposedly “White Privileges” when in fact he grew up in privilege all his life.

      • Sue don’t believe everything you read in WIKAPEDIA- Rudy came from a shitty Family-worked hard and realized the American dream that our Fathers crafted for us. If you wish to disagree with his accusations about Obama-please do-that’s what this comment section is for-and good luck!

  2. Is ISIS not under direct control of some eight million people with an area larger than the UK? I would call that a significant threat.

  3. So many people believe that Obama does not like America or Americans, that he does not have the interests of the people of this great country as his first priority…even Mrs. Obama has made negative statements about the citizens of America…of how she is ‘ashamed’ to be an American. Yes, we’ve had leaders who have made major mistakes, for instance, how the American Indian natives were treated, the slave traders and subsequent treatment of African Americans in our country. And, now, how many people are on welfare and the government dole…people who really only need a decent job. However, my friends and myself are hardworking, honest people who wish to respect and show love and kindness to all of America’s citizens…no matter what ethnic background, religious affiliation, etc. I, personally, love America, love the American people who have come to this country by way of ancestors, boat, plane or raft to fulfill the American Dream. I love my country…and fellow countrymen and women. We work, pray, raise families, give generously to the truly needy, and are always ready to help others. So if anyone cares to bash Obama, let him/her. After all, isn’t this a country where free speech is honored? I hope that it still is honored. Or, am I wrong?

  4. I think you’ll whole organization and probably most of it’s readers are too insignificant to matter.
    Crawl back under your rock of willful ignorance and ideological darkness….

  5. I 100% agree with Giuliani. He’s one person that has the spine to voice what many of us think!! This president is NOT for America. His ideology is/has been designed to destroy this country. Him, along with the pinheads on both sides of the House/Senate are to blame. A poor leader, that is surrounded by idiots that can’t get it together, is a recipe for this perfect storm we’ve been living the last 6 years!

  6. It’s interesting that such a blatant piece of left wing tripe, from an unknown author, in an insignificant publication, made it to the top of Google News.

    • Haters of the the truth will come out from under any rock when the truth is exposed. The hatred is oozing out of every word in this article. Its time (past time) that the truth sees the light of day. Its just a shame Ruddy’s courage to speak it is met with such venomous hatred. But it tells the whole story.

  7. Amen to the press that had the guts to broadcast Guliani s comments. This writer will never be happy until every person in America is poor and dependent on the government. This crazy experiment has been tried and it simply doesn’t work. It bankrupts peoples drive to succeed. And eventually bankrupts the nation. That’s the road we are headed down and this president continues to spill out all of his own praises. With writers like this around he doesn’t need to do that ….he’s got plenty of ignorant hapless people to spill it out for him.

  8. Giuliani is right on the money. Obama has done nothing but make negative comments about America all while doing nothing to defend it!! Shame on anyone for bashing him for saying what is true.

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