Common Sense

Cavuto: Where Was U.N. Concern for 9/11 Victims?

This is a rush transcript from "Your World," May 5, 2011. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

NEIL CAVUTO, HOST OF “YOUR WORLD”: So the UN wants the full facts on Usama bin Laden's killing.

Did we violate international law?

Did we torture him?

Did we needlessly kill him?

Was he un-armed?

Just why is he dead?

Why couldn't we take him out alive?

Where was this great concern for, I don't know, "our" well being when he was alive?

I don't recall anyone wondering about whether those poor folks burning to death in the World Trade Center were armed or not back then.

Big issue for the guy who sent them to their deaths now.

All I know we must be really hated in this country, if the United Nations is debating our treatment...

Of the biggest mass murder to this country.

We're talking about protocol for a maniac.

And now we're the subject of protests in Pakistan because we had the nerve to expose their protecting this maniac.

So they're offended we're offended.

And spent because we're so angry about how much we spend.

On a country that lied to us.

And now refuses to give our crashed rescue helicopter back to us.

All but threatening to give its treasure trove of military secrets to those who don't like us.

And now, it's like the United Nations is giving its seal of approval to these certifiable nut jobs.

Because the folks who brought us oil-for-food...are now giving us food-for-thought.

And it's making me sick.

The president doesn't deserve this. Our military doesn't deserve this. Our country doesn't deserve this.

I think it’s quite the other way around.

Pardon my English, but I’m beginning to wonder whether any one of these finger-pointing, second-guessing bastards...



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