September 1, 2011
A meditation on 9/11/2011
It was the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001 that caused the liberal shade to fall from my eyes and to become a Constitutional Conservative. I started asking questions and did not like the answers I was getting from the Liberals, Democrats or the Progressives (and yes, these are three separate ideologies -- I would vote for a Democrat like John Fitzgerald Kennedy in a heartbeat)
Tam at View From The Porch
says it nicely:
National Hair Shirt
I can hear The Today Show faintly in the other room. It seems we are well and truly reaching the climax of our national month-long banquet of sackcloth and ashes commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Saudi Arabian radical Islamic terrorist attacks on American soil which murdered thousands of American citizens.
Except people being interviewed are saying things like "...and then 9/11 happened...", like it was an earthquake or blizzard, and "...my husband died...", like he'd just had a little myocardial infarction at his desk one fine autumn day.
Ten years after Pearl Harbor, we had reduced Japan to a glowing pile of radioactive cinders and then rebuilt it and were buying cheap Japanese consumer goods by the shipload. Ten years after New York City was attacked by foreign enemies, all I see as evidence around Indy are a maudlin memorial being erected downtown, TSA probulators and porn-O-scans at the airport, and the occasional young man with an empty sleeve or trouser leg.
Dude, where's my country?
Where's my country indeed...
We have a long hard haul ahead of us to set things right again.
The Japanese woke the sleeping Dragon at Pearl Harbor. The Islamists covered this nation in a foetid cloud of malaise at the Towers.
Posted by DaveH at September 1, 2011 12:49 PM
Congratulations for seeing the light. Took me a long time to figure out the scam, too.
Yes, ATTACK, not a "tragedy". We were attacked, no differently than Pearl Harbor. People just didn't die, they were KILLED (murdered, if you like). The libs have completely changed our vocabulary, and I resent it deeply.