Thursday, September 11, 2008
Sept. 11 — We Still Remember
Today is Sept. 11, 2008. Seven years ago, terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and attempted to direct another plane into Washington, D.C, that was eventually crashed in Pennsylvania because of the efforts of brave American men and women.
The responsible bastard, Osama bin Laden, is still on the loose. The Bush Administration has failed to bring the mastermind behind the dreadful attacks to justice.
Take time today to be thankful for the terrorists the U.S. military and its allies have been able to take out thus far, though, and also for the fact that we will soon have a new, hopefully more responsible and focused leader in office. Also, let us remember those precious Americans who we lost on that dreadful day that became known as 9/11. It is still so vivid in my memory where I was when the attacks happened. That event changed the world forever, and it is for my generation what the Kennedy assassination and Pearl Harbor were for the ones before it.
Here is the list of those we lost.
Leave your own comment about where you were and what you were doing when the attacks happened and/or how it has affected your life.