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Monday, September 11, 2017

Remember 9/11

Today is the 16th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, when nearly 3,000 people died in terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center and in several hijacked planes.

In Kansas City, firefighters honored their brothers by climbing 110 stories in full gear, the same amount that New York firefighters climbed on 9/11. In Bethlehem, firefighters will play a game of softball against police officers to show that life goes on.


Anonymous said...

Yes, we remember 9/11. However, does anyone care any longer who was responsible for the attacks?

Yes, the Muslims that flew the planes in the World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and who hijacked Flight 93 carried out the attacks, but who funded the attack? Terrorism on that scale costs money. A lot of money. More than Bin Laden had.

Will we ever find out? Probably not. Just as we will never find out the facts of TWA Flight 800. Jamie Gorelik's presence on the 9/11 Commission assured that no truth would come from the investigation. She did better work there for the Clintons than Sandy Berger did at the National Archives.

Bernie O'Hare said...

It was not Muslims who committed this act of terror. It was terrorism who happen to be Muslim.

The illogical connection you are making to support religious intolerance is to argue that because some Muslims are bad, it necessarily follows that all Muslims are bad. Under that logic, the human race should be exterminated bc some humans are bad.

Anonymous said...

Actually the leaps and bounds from the attack to Jamie Gorelik to the Clintons is even more entertaining. Bernie, as the late Eric Hofer stated, do not try to argue facts with a true believer.