Giuliani's 9/11 record cuts two ways
While Giuliani hobnobbed with supporters at a posh spot in Brooklyn, protesting 9/11 families targeted his actions on that fateful day and beforehand, according to a local newspaper, the Park Slope (Brooklyn) Record.
Good luck trying to find either the paper or the story on Google.
Family members joined with those who challenge the government's theory of what happened on 9/11.
They were upset at Giuliani for, among other things, "running away" that day and for failing to make sure rescuers had proper equipment. Nothing in the Record story indicated that protesters thought Giuliani had advance knowledge (if he did, why would he have stayed so close by in City Hall?).
Still, the combination of family members angry about 9/11 failures and citizens convinced 9/11 was an act of treason may prove to be a bit of political dynamite that not only affects Giuliani's bid for the presidency but also the bid of national media to control the political dialogue.