By Wyatt Earp | September 11, 2008
Today is September 11th. I don’t have to remind anyone of the significance of this day in American history. Here are two clips. First, from the cold perspective of a documentary:
Then, from the raw emotion of eyewitnesses.
Personally, I prefer the second video to shock people back to reality. Seven years removed, far too many Americans have forgotten what happened, how it happened, and (most importantly) WHY it happened.
Instead, we are wringing our hands over the “rights” of terrorists who would murder another 3,000 Americans if given the chance. We are treating the War on Terror as a police problem instead of a military problem, content to see throat-slitting animals have their day in court. We are arguing amongst ourselves about what other countries think of us, because if we cannot be good “citizens of the world,” then we must be a flawed people.
Are you frakkin’ kidding me?
Seven years ago today, Islamo-fascist savages declared war on America. Until every one of these animals is either captured or killed, the war will never be over. Remember that.