When President Obama seeks administration officials, he does one thing over and over again: he heads right for the sewers because that's the only place the scoundrels whom he selects can be found.
9/11 was not an act of war, eh? So says Obama's newest nominee for the Justice Department. Never in the history of our nation have we experienced the harsh reality regarding the comment "there are consequences to elections". Well, ladies and gentlemen, we are reaping the consequences of voting a radical America-hating inexperienced man into the most powerful office on the planet. Perhaps, there is more to a president than an eloquent tongue. America is learning this truth the hard way.
Read about this new justice nominee, via Gateway Pundit:
Shocker. Obama Justice Nominee Says 9-11 Was Not an Act of War
"Does this guy know anybody who’s not an Marxist, socialist or America-hating radical?
Obama’s nominee to be the number two official at the Justice Department, James Cole, wrote that the 9-11 attacks were not an act of war… in 2002. The only America-hating radicals brave enough to speak out against the US in 2002 were Ward Churchill, Reverend Wright and Bill Ayers… And, James Cole.
Where does Obama find these anti-American kooks?
CNS News reported, via Free Republic:
'Despite a resolution by Congress authorizing war against those responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks, President Obama’s nominee to be the number two official at the Justice Department, James Cole, wrote an op-ed in 2002 likening the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to the domestic crimes of murder, rape and child abuse, while arguing that the attackers ought to be treated like domestic criminals.
“But the attorney general is not a member of the military fighting a war–he is a prosecutor fighting crime,” Cole wrote in a Sept. 9, 2002 article in Legal Times that critiqued the way then-Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft was handling the 9/11 case.
“For all the rhetoric about war, the Sept. 11 attacks were criminal acts of terrorism against a civilian population, much like the terrorist acts of Timothy McVeigh in blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City, or of Omar Abdel-Rahman in the first effort to blow up the World Trade Center,” said Cole. “The criminals responsible for these horrible acts were successfully tried and convicted under our criminal justice system, without the need for special procedures that altered traditional due process rights.
“Our country has faced many forms of devastating crime, including the scourge of the drug trade, the reign of organized crime, and countless acts of rape, child abuse, and murder. The acts of Sept. 11 were horrible, but so are these other things,” Cole wrote in his op-ed.'"