Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Boston Marathon comment by classy Democwat, Bawney Fwank.

Comment on the Boston Marathon bombing yesterday by The Fwankster on CNN this morning stands alone in the annals of genius comments during times of great peril in American history:

"No tax cut would have helped us deawl with this or will help us wecover."
Now, in all fairness it would be mean and nassssty to take the Fwankster out of context like that, so let me paste his complete response to the CNN question here. Taken from the Weekly Standard link above, Bawney said:
"I'm glad you raised that, because it gives me a chance to make a point I've felt strongly about," said Frank. "In this terrible situation, let's be very grateful that we had a well-funded, functioning government. It is very fashionable in America, and has been for some time to criticize government, belittle public employees, talk about their pensions, talk about what people think ... of [their] health care. Here we saw government in two ways perform very well. ... I never was as a member of Congress one of the cheerleaders for less government, lower taxes. No tax cut would have helped us deal with this or will help us recover. This is very expensive."
There you go, in context and everything.  Classy, eh?

I'd just like to take this opportunity to point out that the huge and expensive security clown show put on by Boston PD in the time leading up to the race and during the race, which cost tens of millions of dollars and was put on for the specific purpose of calming the public fears about terrorism, did exactly NOTHING to prevent this attack.

Because here's what happened. Backpack bombs got stuffed into garbage cans. It was crowded, somebody saw the person or persons responsible place those bombs. The bystander who saw that did not feel it was any of his or her business to interfere, or "didn't want to get involved", or went and told a cop and the cop ignored them, or thought they might get in trouble if they said anything, or possibly was in Condition Duh and didn't twitch a brain cell that stuffing a backpack in a garbage can is abnormal and suspicious.

If the civilians at the venue aren't  vigilant AND feeling empowered to go investigate Mr. Backpack Stuffer, there are not enough cops in the world to secure the Boston Marathon.

Yet Mr. Fwank wants even MORE of your money for an even bigger security theater show, with even more bells and whistles and clowns and balloons, which STILL WON'T PREVENT these kinds of attacks.  That would have to be because Mr. Fwank is a blithering idiot (which could well be true) and/or he's not the least bit concerned that a bunch of people died and lost limbs, he just wants your money.

Yeah by the way, "injured" in this case means "limbs blown off" and "multiple organs destroyed", not cuts and bruises. According to news reports the pricks used a ball bearing packing around the explosive like a low-rent Claymore mine. Must have been some pretty fancy explosive too. Not the kind of thing your average mad bomber brews up in the basement. More likely acquired from off-shore interests, shall we say.

To recap, lots of innocent people die or get horribly maimed for life in unprovoked bomb attack, Bawney Fwank blames Republican tax cuts. Awesome.

Stay classy you Dems and Lefties. And keep talking like good ol' Bawney here. We love knowing what you really think.

The Phantom

PS, yes dear Lefty readers (if you're out there), I am deliberately  mocking Bawney Fwank's thpeethp impedimenthpppp. As hawd as I can. With malith, fowthoughtpp and malithithiouth intentppp. Because Bawney is a BIG ATHHOLE and theriothly in need of an enormoth ath kicking. (Verbal only, of courth. Wouldn'tpp want anybody thinking I meant to thay he detherved atual violenth or thompthing.  Heaventhp forfend!)


Just to give us some appreciation for how appalling a human being Bawney Fwank is, please check out Exhibit A:
Barack Obama's administration has cut the budget nearly in half for preventing domestic bombings, MailOnline can reveal. 
Under President George W. Bush, the Department of Homeland Security had $20 million allocated for preventing the use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) by terrorists working inside the United States. The current White House has cut that funding down to $11 million.
That assessment comes from Robert Liscouski, a former Homeland Security Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15 that killed three Americans and injured at least 173 others.
 There you go. Cut 45% from the anti-bomb budget,  then go on TV after a bombing and demand more money. Your leadership at work, America.

Y'all should show up on their doorstep with torches and pitch forks, you ask me. "Not showing up to riot is a failed Conservative policy."

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