Friday, August 06, 2004

What difference would 5 or 10 minutes have made?

According to a news report on Thursday, August 5, 2004, Senator Kerry criticized President Bush for remaining in the classroom for several moments after being told about the World Trade Center attack on September 11. Really, Mr. Kerry, in the overall scheme of what was happening at the time, what possible difference could these few minutes have made? Absolutely none. You are a fool to think otherwise and even more of a fool to speak out against the President's actions. It was too late to prevent the attacks. It was too late to prevent the aftermath. Furthermore, a sudden exit of the President from the classroom would likely have startled the young children. I commend the President for his calmness in the face of what was happening at the time and I criticize Senator Kerry for trying to make an issue out of it.

--So Sayeth The Shack

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