Pamela was digging it. Judith was digging it, and the moonbats couldn’t stop repeating that George Bush was controlling the hijacked aircraft on 9-11 by remote control. Why dont they just stick to this week's fresh, hot buttered delusion? They'll need it to distract them now that Usama been forgotten, mostly by them, and with all new repetitive sayings and contrived, illogical arguments. Sheesh! When will their brains implode? Everyone knows George Gobal did it! I digress. More on the debate:
«The left wing moonbats in attendance were so unstable and disturbed that when Mr. Hitchens's opening request for a moment of silence to remember the 160 Iraqis who'd been brutally murdered in Baghdad earlier that day, one man immediately shouted "No!" as comrades began jeering and booing the journalist. »Also sprach Pamela…
As chance would have it, it didn’t make for much of a ‘debate’ since Galloway isn’t much of a conversationalist anyway, but Mr. Red anachronism did have some red meat to toss at his adoring “meta-mob”.
«Mr. Galloway's response was typical. He began by railing that "neo-con rot" had seeped into people's souls. He lamented that he had to put up with this "hypocrite Hitchens." He ranted that Mr. Hitchens was friends with people who owned "Tomahawk" missiles, thus allowing him to segue into a tirade about America's treatment of its Indians (I'm not making this up). And as if to show that there were no depths to which he would not proudly sink, Mr. Galloway finished his "answer" to Mr. Hitchens's question by announcing that the planes that brought down the World Trade Center were the direct result of "hatred created by the U.S." and by appealing to anti-Semites with a few risible remarks about Israel.It's too bad Galloway doesn’t come in a can. It would simply be a hoot at parties. Pickled piffle!
It says something about those in attendance that these Sept. 11 remarks--uttered in New York, just a scream away from Ground Zero--earned Mr. Galloway wild applause. Another crowd highlight was the response to Mr. Hitchens's opening request for a moment of silence to remember the 160 Iraqis who'd been brutally murdered in Baghdad earlier that day. One man immediately shouted "No!" as comrades began jeering and booing the journalist. America, meet your "antiwar" activists.»