Morning Joe: Vlad Rudy's Afraid Of Imprisoning Terrorists On Our Soil

[media id=7174] Rudy Giuliani stopped by the set of Morning Joe. Bob Cesca has more on this: (Giuliani): It's very, very strange that on the day t

Rudy Giuliani stopped by the set of Morning Joe. Bob Cesca has more on this:

(Giuliani): It's very, very strange that on the day the president announced this, they discovered a guy that was released, who was killing people. (laughter) I follow this situation pretty closely and just talked to someone who's been to Guantanamo and looked at the conditions there. This is not an unusual occurrence. There have been arguably 30 or 40 situations like that where people are released from Guantanamo have killed innocent people -- have killed American soldiers.

What the hell?! First, laughing and smiling after saying the words "who was killing people" is very simply insane. But also, who released those detainees? Not President Obama who was sworn in on, you know, Tuesday. No-one's talking about shutting down Guantanamo and then letting everyone go. We're shutting down Guantanamo and moving the inmates to other prisons.

And Andrew Sullivan notes that...

As an addendum to Patrick's post, the following are just a handful of other convicted terrorists currently held in Florence, Colorado

Zacarias Moussaoui, Conspirator in the September 11, 2001 attacks

Omar Abdel-Rahman, "The Blind Sheik"; involved in 1993 WTC bombing

Richard Colvin Reid, Islamic terrorist, nicknamed the "Shoe Bomber"

Wadih el-Hage, Conspirator in the 1998 US embassy bombings

Mahmud Abouhalima, Islamic Mujahideen leader, 1993 WTC bombing

Jose Padilla, Convicted of aiding terroristsMohammed A. Salameh, 1993 WTC bombing

But that's not going to stop Rudy from throwing out a big heaping helping of good old Republican fear mongering bright and early in the morning. Oh no, say it ain't so Joe. The savior of 9-11 says be afraid, be very afraid. I thought you were supposed to be some tough guy Rudy?

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