"Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike." -- Theodore Roosevelt
Many Americans today believe that 9/11 has little signficance now.Even worse, liberal psychologists are advising against remembering 9/11. See THIS.God bless the families of the 9/11 victims.
I'll never forget.
...a day that will live in infamy!G_d Bless America!
never forget. never.
I still cry every time I really think about it. I hope that doesn't go away.
You have a way with pictures. This one says it all.
We need to pray that McCain is elected...otherwise I'm afraid that we may wake up to another horrific disaster like this.
Never forget. If liberals can't deal with reality (I know, big surprise there) then we must do it for them.Honor the fallen. Protect the living.
I think that Brooke has said it all:"Honor the fallen. Protect the living."
Amen to that sentiment Papa and Brooke....and thanks to the men and women who continue to serve our country - military, politics, or otherwise - and seek to continue the luxury of safety that we've been afforded by their service.
Amen my friend..just back from Ground Zero..will post about it soon..Blessings :)
Excellent photo, speaks volumes. My family will never forget. Big Sis was told it was "Red White and Blue Day" at school today, with very little explanation about what 9/11 means. We had a long, long talk. And we watched The History Channel. sigh.
this picture still makes me cry. i would not forget if i could. nor will i allow anyone i know to do so.perfectly said, brooke. thanks.
We are certainly blessed to live in a country with enough people who still remember that day and are ready to defend her!Hope all is well with you and your family my friend!Oh, silly me...I almost forgot something. Hmmmm...oh here it is!:O)ECU vs. Mizzou 1983
About 3:54 into it...ECU & UM the 1983 game.
If Osama Obama wins, we won't have to worry about terrorist attacks because the Islamists will be runnin the country and we'll all have to convert!
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