Do I really gotta go into this and explain it? You all know NY Congressman Charlie Rangel and how he operates. Nobody else but a Democrat can weave what happened today into a blaming of President George W. Bush.
How disgusting. What a jackass he is! Charlie talks about everyone who might have some culpability in possible terrorist attacks – except for Islamic extremists. Even though this wasn’t known to be terrorism at the time, Charlie seems not to care. Oh, and if you fly a plane, he wants to know who you are, where you’re coming from, where you’re going, etc. But wait… we can’t wiretape AlQaeda?
Oh, and the economy? As Neal said, “only you, Charlie Rangle,” could use this as an opportunity to bash Bush on the economy. (Hey, Charlie… have you heard that the DJIA has broken sequential records over the past week? And how about them unemployment rates diving? Whaddya think of gas prices having fallen an average of 70Â¢ over the past month? Somehow they’ll find fault with that, too, since Opec is cutting back on supply.. then it will all be Bush’s fault that gas prices fell! Mark my words.. it will happen. Like Pavlov’s dog….)
Remember the old children’s magazines called “Highlights” in doctor’s offices where you could ‘spot the difference’ in drawings? Shades of this bring that flashback – only of icky present-day real-time images.
I thought Rush was joking about this today, but now I see it on Amazon. Susan Estrich has done a complete rip-off of Ann Coulter’s #1 best seller “Godless.” Please, don’t view this before having any meal. You were warned fairly.
Photo Courtesy of Rush
Please, God… this right after the Rosie love scene??? I can’t take it anymore! AAGGGHHHH! I’m blind, do you hear me…. I’M BLIND! Excuse me while I go pray to the porcelain god.
Breaking hard and fast, said not to be terror-related, but smoke can be seen for 7 miles after a small aircraft or helicopter crashes into an apartment building at 524 E. 72nd Street, near the East River. Story here.
A small aircraft crashed into a high-rise on the Upper East Side, setting off a fire and startling New Yorkers, police said. There were conflicting reports on whether the aircraft was a small plane or a helicopter.
Fire Department spokeswoman Emily Rahimi said an aircraft struck struck the 20th floor of a building on East 72nd Street. Witnesses said the crash caused a loud noise, and burning and falling debris was seen. Flames were seen shooting out of the windows. Video from the scene showed at least three apartments in the high rise fully engulfed in flames.
“There’s huge pieces of debris falling,” said one witness who refused to give her full name. “There’s so much falling now, I’ve got to get away.”
Pandemonium in the streets! Reportedly 1 person trapped, 2 killed… scroll for updates as they come in.