Just last week, and earlier this month, The Garlic highlighted the shark-jumping abilities of America's Mayor.
Then, on Saturday, Alex Koppelman, of Salon, dug into Hizzonor's claim of his Ground Zero heroics, and came out with "After 9/11, Rudy wasn't a rescue worker -- he was a Yankee; Giuliani said he spent as much time at ground zero as many rescue workers. Where was he really? Much of the time, at baseball games."
Well, apparently, the shark handlers took umbrage to that characterization.
Joan Walsh has a piece today, detailing the blowback on Koppelman's "After 9/11, "Rudy wasn't a rescue worker -- he was a Yankee" from the National Review, and not one defender, but three;
When the National Review attacks
Not sure how that plays out for the Presidential Pennant Race, when you have to go three-deep into the bullpen to bailout a wannabe Yankee. It's more than probable that's there's a stadium-full of inimical press waiting in the on-deck circle.
Wayne Barrett: Rudy Giuliani's Five Big Lies About 9/11
Where's Ernest Borgnine when you need him?