Monday, September 11, 2006

For Sept 12

First a moment of silence for today. But tomorrow we need to move forward.


Blogger Always On Watch said...

I'm certainly not wallowing in self-pity. Then, again, I don't know a single person who perished on 9/11.

So how do I feel? Angry! It's righteous anger. And righteous anger is what's needed--especially on the part of the leaders of the Western world.

I never want to see another 9/11, and I want justice done. Justice means, in part, exposing the threat of Islam and naming the enemy instead of tiptoeing around and calling this war "The War on Terror."

9/11/06, 12:03 PM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

I forgot to say that Ledeen's article is excellent. Like him, I'm even angrier today than I was five years ago. The dhimbulbs really launch me!

9/11/06, 12:09 PM  
Blogger Cubed © said...

Yeah - what AOW said.

9/11/06, 12:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I couldn't agree more Jason. The best way to remember and honor our dead is to utterly destroy their murderers. Right after 9/11 I thought the country was engaging in a pity party instead of planning vengence. Five years later Iran, the Saudi Entity, Syria and all the rest are still in business. I hope the country wakes from its coma soon.

9/11/06, 7:42 PM  
Blogger Freedomnow said...

Quite a few immigrants like Joon Koo Kang died in the attacks, as well as foreigners here on business.

It really was a World Trade Center. All of humanity was attacked on that day...

In case you havent heard:

You may have noticed that the main site for 2996 has gone down, due to the extremely high volume of traffic this project generated. Mirror sites have been put up that show the list of names and links. If you can, please change your link to the list to one of the following site:


9/12/06, 2:26 AM  
Blogger Jason Pappas said...

It’s a heartening to see the feeling is shared. As I was saying my peace (as they used to say in Westerns) I came across Ledeen’s article and was overjoyed that he already got the point across to a wider audience.

9/12/06, 1:33 PM  

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