Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Kansas City Blogging Against Terrorism Bill

Local Faith blogger Bill Tammeus takes a stand recent controversial legislation connected to 9/11. Here's the word and his reasoning:

"As a member of a 9/11 family (my nephew was murdered that day as a passenger on the first plane to hit the World Trade Center), I want everyone who had any responsibility for that malevolent act to be accountable. But by taking this matter to court, the possibilities for widespread damage to America are many, including the likelihood that the bill could subject members of the U.S. military to lawsuits in foreign courts."

Read more:

Congress should undo its stupid terrorism bill: 10-4-16


Anonymous said...

Tammeus' convoluted response is further proof that he has totally lost his sanity.

Anonymous said...

people who presume to translate their personal religion into politics are charlatans and dangerous.

Anonymous said...

Bill needs to re

Anonymous said...

Bill Tammeus (pictured proudly wearing his AIDS ribbon) thinks that allowing the loved ones of 9/11 victims to bring suit against Saudi Arabia for their direct role in the event is a mistake. IDIOT!

To lend a false sense of righteousness to his faulty thinking, Tammeus slips in the statement that his nephew was a passenger on the first plane to hit the WTC towers. How convenient that he fails to provide the individual's name. Impossible to verify his claim without a name.

That Tammeus doesn't even broach the reality of what happened on September 11, 2001 is indicative of his content to play the part of sheep, being herded here and there at the whim of his manipulators.

Tammeus fails again.

Bob said...

It took nearly 8 years, but I finally agree with Obama about something. Complicity of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 attacks are properly dealt with as foreign policy and not civil lawsuits.