Tirado daqui 2

Continuando o post abaixo (e tirando do mesmo sítio), vemos como Rush Limbaugh grande cronista da direita nos EUA, aproveitou para dizer que os críticos americanos da política americana são aliados do Bin Laden (sounds familiar...):

Rush Limbaugh, meanwhile, suggested that everyone should just get over it, implying that "40 people dead" just isn't a big deal:

That's, ah, the mayor of London, Ken Livingstone. Very powerful, excellent. And it was such a great contrast to what we're seeing in our own media this morning with the hand-wringing I was speaking about and the "Oh, woe is us" and "Oh, what did we do to cause this?" and "Oh, does this mean we're going to get hit?" and "Oh ..." It's like I said -- 40 people dead, 150 seriously wounded, 1,000 wounded, out of over 1 million people in that transit tube. It's not a successful terrorist attack, folks.

Limbaugh also accused Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Democrats, and critics of the prisoner treatment at Abu Ghraib of "aiding and abetting" the terrorists, adding that Osama bin Laden "sounds like John Kerry":

When bin Laden talks about the "evils" of the United States and why it must be attacked -- it sounds like John Kerry in his 2004 presidential campaign. When whoever did this in London explains why they did it -- sounds like any liberal criticizing a successful capitalist country to me. So when you want to talk about, Sen. Boxer, the insurgents are winning the propaganda war, my question is, "Who's helping them? Who's assisting them? Who's going ape and bananas over Abu Ghraib and Gitmo? Who is aiding and abetting them? Who, who is it when they speak in this country -- the terrorists sit back and laugh themselves silly?" It's you, Sen. Boxer, and members of your party.


Anonymous Filipe said...

Não leio no esperanto do imperialismo. És tradutor, traduz.

9:31 da manhã  
Blogger Manuel Resende said...

Pois, mas não tenho tempo para traduzir.

11:24 da tarde  

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