Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Never, Never Forget.

Today is September Eleventh and much will be said or written in remembrance of the many who died that day. What will not be mentioned enough in our politically correct media environment is that these people were murdered. The attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were carefully planned acts of undeclared war on the United States. Bill Quick says it all better and has a picture that brings back the anger. I recommend you follow the link to read his post.
As for me I will never forget. I will never forgive.

Michelle Malkin:
But remembrance without resistance to jihad and its enablers is a recipe for another 9/11. This is what fueled my first two books, on immigration enforcement and profiling. This is what fuels much of the work on this blog and at Hot Air. Not every American wears a military uniform. But every American has a role to play in protecting our homeland–not just from Muslim terrorists, but from their financiers, their public relations machine, their sharia-pimping activists, the anti-war goons, the civil liberties absolutists, and the academic apologists for our enemies.

1 comment:

lonek8 said...

I will not forget, I will not forgive, and I will not apologize for looking twice when I see young men who look Muslim at the airport.