Or to put it in a way Bush can understand... you were not with Richard Clarke. You were against Richard Clarke. In effect, you were with Al Qaeda. Before the September 11th attacks, each time you ignored warnings from Richard Clarke, you were working for Al Qaeda. Each time you obsessed with the probably never going to work missle defense at the expense of shoring up civil defense, you were on the side of Al Qaeda. Each time you discussed attacking Iraq despite pleas not to, you were working for Al Qaeda. For every bit of manpower you diverted from Afghanistan to prepare to, invade, and fail to secure Iraq, you were on the side of Al Qaeda. Each time you shoot down legitimate criticism like this, you are aiding Al Qaeda in their plans to launch a new holy war. And with that, with each advertisement where you tout your 'response' to the terror attacks with images from the scene that day, you Bush, as an agent of Al Qaeda, desicrate the graves of the men and women who gave their lives that day because you were unserious about terrorism.
Yes, that rhetorical device is over the top and bad, but I cannot even process the magnitude of the tragedy I've witnessed on 60 Minutes.