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Rudy Giuliani Day

Posted by evankessler on September 11, 2008

Remember seven years ago today when Rudy Giuliani did all of those great things.  I don’t really remember what it was about, but it was something about Rudy Giuliani not negotiating with terrorists because he was a Republican and a really great Mayor.  That was a day that gave him so much experience and made him such a better person than everyone else who might run this country. He really showed us that we knew where he stood on the issue of National Security.  Surely no other person that could’ve served as mayor that day and been as great as Rudy Giuliani was.

Well it’s Rudy Giuliani’s favorite day yet again and he’s no doubt celebrating in style.  He’s probably hosting a $911 a plate gala for himself with 911 guests and giving one helluva a speech in which he’ll attempt a world record by repeating the phrase nine-eleven, 911 straight times (he already holds the record for saying the actual date non-consecutively which stands strong at 911,000 not sure if that will ever be broken).   That Rudy Giuliani surely knows how to party.  While Rudy Giuliani gets his 9-11 on, no doubt taking some time to let everyone know how ill prepared any democrat is to be mayor of the country should 9-11 happen next year or the year after that, there are plenty of families missing loved ones who probably don’t care who was Mayor on 9/11/2001 anymore.  Either way, Rudy Giuliani is sure to keep reminding everyone about his triumph on New York’s darkest day, whether it’s during a presidential election or lunch at Katz’s delicatessen, for the rest of his life.

So in keeping with the fact that Rudy Giuliani will never stop reminding us that he was the Mayor of New York on 9/11, I suggest that we name 9/11 Rudy Giuliani day.  That way we “never forget” his contribution to American history.  All in favor say aye.

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