But Would That Have Been Sensitive?
John F. Kerry not only set foot in moonbat territory today, he crossed over into full-blown Michael Moore-influenced dementia when tossed a softball by a New York Times reporter: Kerry Raps Bush on Initial 9/11 Inaction.
Notice how the Associated Press is careful to give us a recap of the specific scene in Fahrenheit 9/11 to which they were referring:
Addressing minority journalists in the nation’s capital, Kerry was asked what he would have done as president the moment he received word of the attacks on the World Trade Center. Bush spent seven minutes listening to “The Pet Goat” being read at a Florida elementary school after his chief of staff, Andrew Card, whispered, “America is under attack,” as televisions cameras recorded the anxious scene.
“I would have told those kids very politely and nicely that the president of the United States had something that he needed to attend to,” Kerry said before flying to Missouri to resume his cross-country campaign trip. “And I would have attended to it.”