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Bloomberg says -- to religious people attending the upcoming 9/11 tenth anniversary events.
And reaction to the interview with Christine O'Donnell here now Fox's Saturday and -- doll in for Gretchen Carlson time.
And Fox's house Margaret Hoover author of the big new book American individualism.
So -- Yes it's interesting because.
Christine O'Donnell believes that the establishment Republicans led by Karl Rove really destroyed her campaign do you -- it that way.
Now not at all in fact is she.
Genuine -- she's on top of adolescents and said the worst thing that she did was that I think the real -- -- from the the twenty -- senate races it's Christine O'Donnell Sharon angle.
Is that the Tea Party nominated.
People that couldn't get elected in general -- and they simply didn't wrap presents.
The majority of their state and that was the -- that the last -- wasn't anything she did she just wasn't a candidate that was eight credible.
It might -- what's what -- -- low.
She she didn't have a lot of experience notching its small business owner should she rode the wave of the -- partners national that shares rather questionable how possible expense says that there are questionable -- -- -- nearly two dozen appearances that she made on politically correct and that's comments certainly didn't help.
She in your interview proved.
Call rose point.
She basically set I didn't know what I was doing I was taking advantage up with this -- That wrenching as He hired somebody can I can't and didn't putter didn't control processes -- -- you both have to admit that the media really really hammered this woman.
And gave her opponent.
A big advantage now was there any gender.
Part of this from the media I -- -- as a secure a pure liberal play.
Conservative woman liberals don't like her BC wood paneling you see it would -- when you see with a -- last what I thought it was well.
I I think in our politics today because there are so few women in politics winning -- get treated differently than that we've seen on the low block Carter had a load however.
However it costs of women being different can be used to their advantage and can cut against that -- can go both ways I think the criticisms of Christine O'Donnell we're not gender based they are based on her own -- -- -- what do you say gender based absolutely not had nothing to do with her being a woman had everything there with her being conservative that left.
Took her out okay.
Now here in New York City.
And a couple weeks we're gonna have the 9/11 tenth anniversary which is a sad and somber moment.
You would think that there would be some religious people involved with that because of the deaths of 3000 people here in the city.
But Mayor Bloomberg says no bulletin.
There's an awful lot of people who would like to participate and you just can't do that and once you open it up.
So the argument here is elected officials.
And those who were there at the time.
See I think that's a big mistake so does -- New York Post editorialized that c'mon it's appropriate to have a prayer or part of this.
The memorial if you will.
It was a relay attack on our country and a lot of our country is -- it's a religious based -- Jihad against America you say -- don't.
I say you're absolutely right and the fact that there hasn't been invocation.
Or participation by the clergy your spiritual leaders.
In the nine years past does not make it right it was say -- I got this country through this horrible why he's -- that a Mayor Bloomberg a secularist.
Doesn't -- -- have a presence I think they should have Catholic priest a rabbi I think they should have -- -- I think they should have a final guy wants to make that decision I don't want and I also because He who's -- would object.
There will be at their band to be with it'd be so minor so few I totally agree with you but that's -- and that's.
Keep in mind is that the first gathering of American in New York after 9/11 was a little Yankee Stadium and it was a prayer for America it was -- -- -- -- Prayer ceremony and it if it was the spiritual.
Solace that got the -- and country through that time.
Mayor Bloomberg you're right he's a secularist I think this reflects his personal sensibilities He have been involved religion in the ceremony but not a single year since he's been there.
And I think what we should do is.
Encourage the families -- -- wants religious leaders at that ceremony Mayor Bloomberg a sad this is about families.
Then let the families put out a statement that they want religious clergy spiritual mayor to be involved Mayor Bloomberg lives and secular -- all the rest of this country does not and that's -- but that's how.
-- so you both agree that.
-- we get a big mistake here.
And the remedy to the mistake would have some competition probably on the Internet signed by most of the families.
Don't want some kind of revolves around calls from those family.
-- -- I would never know about this.
Tennis I think that the media can get a hold -- -- other families -- already are -- they can put out a public statement right and it -- they can sign a letter exactly NASA scientists are -- to sign a letter saying we want I got haven't over interfaith service of our if He won't do it and everybody else get together and a -- the -- where is everybody.
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