Pentagon 9/11 Memorial Dedication Thursday

I’m not sure what to make of the Reuters headline, Pentagon Sept 11 memorial revives painful memories. Is it just as it seems, or, are they implying, like so many on the left, that the memories are painful, so, just move on already. Anyhow, I’ll take it it without any sort of hidden meanings

On the morning of September 11, 2001, Patrick Smith was walking toward a television set in a Pentagon office to get news of the attacks on New York’s World Trade Center when he heard a loud boom.

“The wall in front of me kind of buckled inward,” he recalled. “The ceiling tiles and wires all started coming down, then it went black and then … a giant fireball just came over the wall.”

Such scenes will pass through the minds of many survivors on Thursday, when the first major permanent U.S. memorial to commemorate the September 11 attacks will be dedicated to the 184 victims of the assault on the Pentagon.

I’ll be interested to see how many on the Left, including the media, bother mentioning the 7th Anniversary, and the fact that there have been no attacks on America soil since.

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4 Responses to “Pentagon 9/11 Memorial Dedication Thursday”

  1. Silke says:

    Teach said: Is it just as it seems, or, are they implying, like so many on the left, that the memories are painful, so, just move on already

    The fact that the rest of the article goes on to recount some of those memories answers that question rather obviously.

    Anyhow, I’ll take it it without any sort of hidden meanings

    …while still criticizing the left. Honestly Teach, can you look at anything without a partisan lens?

  2. Um………no. The Left is wrong, particularly on this subject. And I never said I wasn’t partisan. This is politics.

    Tell you what: you let me know how many of the liberal blogs bother to even mention 9/11 tomorrow, OK? And for those that do, tell me how many post something in a non-partisan manner. How many blame Bush. How many use those posts to push Obama, and for understanding, and for Trutherism, OK?

  3. Silke says:

    Teach said: And I never said I wasn’t partisan. This is politics. …And for those that do, tell me how many post something in a non-partisan manner.

    You just admitted yourself that you’re partisan…on a post about 9/11. Now you’re criticizing them for the same thing? I wonder if you even see the irony in what you just said.

  4. I did? Really? Need to check your prescription, because that is not what I wrote.

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