I STILL REMEMBER — September 11, 2013

I STILL REMEMBER - September 11, 2013

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10 Responses to I STILL REMEMBER — September 11, 2013

  1. Capt Ron says:

    I’ll never forget. I remember exactly what was going on and what I was doing exactly when it happened. I remember the coming together of a country that seems to have waned somewhat since then. I remember the disbelief and lost look in peoples faces.
    I remember the story of Achilles Heel.
    I’m an American Fighting Man, and will be until I die, taking my oath to our country seriously.

  2. Bunkerville says:

    We must never forget. Just as we must never forget Pearl Harbor. There are those who will always wish us harm.

  3. Always On Watch says:

    On September 10 in my American Government/Current Events class, I presented a very effective lesson on 9/11. I made the day “come alive” for my students and the parents who were sitting in on the class. Not a dry eye in the room by the time I was done.

    I personalized the lesson with details that my students will never read in history books: the days-long chirping of those cell phones at Ground Zero, the very small body parts, the pink mist in the air, the several hours I spent as I awaited word of the fate of one of my friends in the Pentagon (He, a wonderful man with several kids and a disabled wife, was called out of the building, out of the very room that was destroyed, a few minutes before the plane struck), the children who perished in the day care center at the Pentagon, tales of recovery personnel and what they went through in those weeks following 9/11, the anthrax attacks (the devil in the mail box), the many lost freedoms and the many resulting inconveniences, how this generation will never be as free as my generation, the travesty of the Flight 93 Memorial, and more — including the whitewash of Islam and my anger at today’s dhimmitude and political correctness.

    I spoke without notes.

    I spoke from the heart.

    I focused on the way we were — and the information came as news to my students, most of whom were born around 1998 or so.

  4. Working To Keep Freedom says:

    I remember that day. I remember the disbelief on my co-workers faces as the horror of what was happening dawned on all of us. I remember as a Nam Vet the anger I felt as it welled up in me and the desire to make sure that those who attacked us on our soil would *NEVER* do that again! And so it was accomplished. The mastermind was killed as well as many of the accomplices.

    And now, today we have a million muslim march in D.C. I will *NEVER* forget nor will I *EVER* forgive and it truly sickens me to see how we are allowing our Great Nation to slide back into the same complacency that can lead to our being attacked again.

    I truly pray that will not happen. We must *NEVER* forget and we must *ALWAYS* keep our eyes open to recognize our enemies!!! There are too many around the world who want to destroy us!! Remember 9/11/2001 - *ALWAYS* !!!

  5. Petermc3 says:

    Watching and listening to this morning’s reading of the names on FOX 5 here in NY/NJ is the most heart wrenching experience imaginable. Each year on this day I ask myself the same question: How is it so many have forgotten, how is it that seven years after this most horrific attack on America we (present company excluded) voted in a muslim to the highest office in the land? Like you Fred, and countless others, we will never forget.

  6. wayne says:

    It was 9:02 am, I walked out of our building to await the arrival of the roach coach .As I stood in the parking lot in Fairfield, N.J., I saw a United Airlines jet flying very low past the Caldwell airport. It was so low that I could see faces in some of the windows and I thought, where the hell is he headed. It wasn’t but a few minutes later that my friend, who worked in Newark, with a view from her building, called, sounding very upset, and said she just saw a plane fly into the WTC. My thoughts at the time were that it ciold have been an accident. When the news came out that the plane I saw was the second plane to crash, I had a feeling I just can’t put into words. The rest of the day we spent picking up her daughter, getting home safe and watching the news. That period of time it took for all of us to digest what had actually happened, sparked my interest in this dreaded political ideology of islam. Fred, I said it before and I’ll say it again, we are in a new phase of a very old war. People in power, J.M.&L.G., our pres.and anyone else who thinks we should go to war for these savages, does not have our country’s interest at heart. I pray every day for deliverance from this insanity.

  7. Gary says:

    Who remembers this?


    Why does it take a national tragedy for our conress critters to pull their heads out of thier collective asses and make reasonable decisions? I’m not so sure who the real enemy of the American people really is anymore…

    • Hgpsurf says:

      The real enemy of the American people is living in the White House. There are also a large number of really stupid Americans who will have his back no matter what he does.

      Q: One year after the deadly Benghazi attack, with no one arrested or held accountable, do you agree with Hillary Clinton, who said, “What difference at this point does it make?”
      Yes No Not sure

      The above poll is on the http://www.foxnews.com home page. I suggest everyone votes in this poll because after your vote you will see the results. The number of YES and NOT SURE votes is unbelievable. It’s sickening to see that there is still a good percentage of us who should go live in another country.

  8. Ron Odum says:

    Nor will I forget that terrible day…BUT ask someone a generation from now what happened on 9/11/01 and they probably wont have a clue. My daughter, 34, nor my 15 yo grandson could not answer the question… ‘What happened on December 7, 1941?’..She is college educated and my grandson an honors student in High School….I wasn’t even born then, but my high school history books reflected the start of WWII and the millions of lives lost. What will history say about 9/11 in a generation? Government controls our reflection on history via what is written in history text books and what is taught in our schools and universities.
    Would Hitler, Tojo and Mussolini be recorded in history lessons today as the psychopathic criminals they were had the Axis had won WWII????? Guess we will never know, thank God!

  9. Steve Dennis says:

    I will never forget either Fred. Sadly I think many people, and more importantly, our government, has forgotten. Sure, they pay lip service to it but that is all they do. They forget what really happened on that day and that is a shame.

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