Friday, September 11, 2009

America the forgetful.

Eight years ago today, 2,996 Americans we're brutally murdered by the evilest of evil in the world, sponsored by Nations like Iraq & Iran, and a threat to any Nation which stands for freedom. That day changed my life forever, even at an young age, it changed my life forever. I hate this day like none other, however, this day makes my resolve to destroy the terrorist scum stronger today then any other day in the year.

It saddens me that Americans have forgotten about September eleventh, organizations like the 9/12 Project might seek the same unity as America underwent after September eleventh, however, even this organization forgets the resolve America had against the terrorists, something I believe a good fraction of America has forgotten about.

Rasmussen Reports has a new poll on this website, which details how 49% of Americans believe their fellow countryman have forgotten the impact of September eleventh, sadly I must agree. As it appears more Americans are turning against fighting against the evil which caused such pain & suffering, and for some unknown reason....only care about the suffering of three terrorists, suffering which brought information which has saved tens of thousands of American lives, and has led to the capture/killing of numerous terrorist scum.

I am resolved to the fact we must win these wars. At all costs. Are you?

Doug Powers is upset with the White House over their 9/11 statement -
Lets also remember, this was the White House where a 9/11 truther was present in just last week...

God Bless America, God Bless our Troops, God Bless all those that have died for our freedom.

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1 comment: said...

Let us never forget. We owe much to those that have volunteered to serve this country and keep us safe and well. Since our founding, men and women have committed their lives and efforts in American prosperity and freedom. For that we owe them everything.

Take a moment and thank a man or woman in uniform next time you see them.