sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Saturday, August 7, 2010

9-11-01 I have not FORGOTTEN

I don't know how many of you remember the morning of September 11, 2001. I do.

I had friends in Tower 2 who were killed.

A buddy of mine who then worked for the New York Police Department received the Medal of Valor for pulling people out of Tower 2 and nearly lost his life.

And I remember the television footage of Muslims cheering worldwide.

On 9/12/2001, NOBODY in America would have thought that 9 years later a Super Mosque would be approved by the City of New York two blocks from the site of the (still ruined) World Trade Center.

On 9/12/2001, NOBODY in America could have imagined that a utopian socialist/closet Muslim named barack hussein obama would be President of the United States.

On 9/12/2001, NOBODY would have thought that the events of the day before (9/11) would have been reduced to a day, when according to barack hussein obama, we would honor community organizers. (his statements last year) -- Not a day of remembering the events of September 11th, but a watered down version of that remembrance -- because as obama put it in his book,  

Audacity of Hope: 
"I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."

On 9/12/2001, New Yorkers would have hung the mayor of NYC by the neck until dead if he had suggested that erecting a mosque at the site of an attack on the United States by Radical Islam would be appropriate and would constitute 'healing'.

On 8/7/2010, we are winding down a war that turned out to be a war against ISLAMIC Extremists in Iraq. (though it started out as a war to topple the Baathist regime of Hussein - not the US President, the other Hussein).

On 8/7/2010, we have over 100,000 soldiers under arms fighting a war against RADICAL ISLAM in Afghanistan. Whether or not you agree with the war itself, you can't dispute the fact.

Some of you do not remember.

I do.

Some of you don't care that Americans die nearly every day in a war we are fighting against RADICAL ISLAM.

I do.