By John W. Lillpop
The ongoing public debate over the ABC miniseries “The Path to 9/11” has achieved something no one believed possible: Clintonistas, and liberals in general, are expressing concern about preventing another terror attack.
Bruce Lindsey, chief executive officer of the William J. Clinton Foundation, made that abundantly clear in a letter he sent to ABC chief Bob Iger in which Lindsey demanded that “The Path to 9/11” be scuttled.
In his letter, Lindsey wrote, in part: “As a nation, we need to be focused on preventing another attack, not fictionalizing the last one for television ratings.”
Although it was not his intent do so, Lindsey made a very compelling argument for showing “The Path to 9/11.” This is true because America needs to understand that Bill Clinton was too pre-occupied with satisfying his own personal passions to act responsibly on behalf of our great nation.
In addition, as a “good Democrat,” Bill Clinton reportedly loathed the military and deliberately weakened federal efforts to protect and defend the United States. National defense was viewed with skepticism and contempt by the Clintonistas while they held executive power.
With mid-term elections just weeks away, voters need to be reminded that we can do our part in “preventing another attack” by refusing to elect Democrats.
“The Path to 9/11” can provide a great public service by keeping that message in front of the American public.
John W. Lillpop is a recovering liberal.