There is nothing I can say about this Bosch, that isn't an oxymoron.So few words speak so loud. So few brush strokes paint such a "Paramount" picture.Kudos.
Thank you, RR, and after 7 years it really is high time we remind The Enemy that it's they who should 'Never Forget'.
hahah, excellent. Just great.Saw your posts on LGF this morning, bosch.
Thanks, p.s., gotta make the rounds.
Seven years. And where do we stand? How soon some forget -- or pretend it never happened/or bend reality and place blame elsewhere (wrongly). The imagery and the horror will always be with me. As it should with every American. Seven years...surreal.This one...this post...gave me real pause. Thanks, my friend.
And hope. I can't forget that. You gave me hope.
My friend, thank you. The thing that kills me since 9/11, almost as much as the attack itself, is that the safety of America and its people has not been our government’s singular most important duty, as it ought to be. If it were, this enemy would have been buried days after the atrocity, without an ounce of apology, and with the warning to the entire Muslim world that their Jihad against the West is Over and that any other attack against us will be followed by the obliteration of any and all of Islam’s ‘holy’ places. Mike, I’m feeling it right now and I think I better end it here.
Well said, Bosch.
Flat-worlder Thomas Friedman's latest book, "Hot, Flat and Crowded", which came out today, claims that America has "lost its way partly because of 9/11" and what we need is a nice Green Revolution to make everything all kumbaya again. Is it possible that Friedman is enough of a fool to believe this crap, or is it just that he's an even bigger media whore than I thought he was? It is selling like hotcakes, right alongside Woodward's latest HateBusHitler tome.Tomorrow Ronen Bergman's "The Secret War With Iran" will be released. Our Borders has 3 copies, as compared to at least 25 each of Friedman and Woodward. One of the most important books of the year will have to be re-ordered if we get lucky and sell 3 copies. And on Thursday everyone writing out checks will ask me what the date is.And if one more idiot refuses a plastic bag to "save the Earth" I may just pop it over her head and tie a knot.Found a "Remember 9/11 on 11/4" McCain sticker on CafePress. Will have to grease it before I put it on the car so no stray Troofer will be able to "edit" it.That's where we are now. And yet somehow McCain is pulling ahead of Obama in the polls. It can't all be Palin. In spite of everything the Leftards, the MSM, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Obamatons are doing to bury the truth, there are people out there who remember and who are paying attention. Maybe enough to keep us from falling into the hands of the enemy's carefully groomed little manchurian candidate.We can only HOPE...
Wow, Bosch, it's almost subliminal. Beautiful tribute, it moved me to comment.
Thanks, p.s.r.r.a, that bumper sticker's excellent. And re; Bush dealing with Iran once and for all before leaving, nothing about his last year in office tells me it's going to happen, but I'm very ready to be shocked. Thanks, anon, and if I know you, email me.
Bosch:On September 11, this old man will be visiting a Navy recruiter to get his re-enlistment paperwork started. Been out since 2005, am 43 and not in the best shape of my life, but it's the right thing to do. I was watching McCain's acceptance speech, and any inconvenience I'll bear will be paltry compared to what he went through.
Robert, I just put it very simply to myself the other day:Our Troops Support Us.All of us, even those who will never understand the necessity of you and your brothers in arms. It's a powerful thing. I was watching McCain recount the hell he went through, it hit me as it hit most of us who watched, that this is clearly a man who loves America and who will fight to defend it. And then that ending to his speech....it made my eyes water when he exhorted us to 'Fight' with him, repeating it passionately. I think the old man's going to kick the punk's ass in Nov.
Obama is a clown, a lower rank than a punk. A community organizer at best.Also, I have been repeatedly listening to Rudy's and Romney's speech where they slam liberals about denying Islamic terrorism.It's almost relaxing to hear it.
Very good Bosch! That should be a bumper sticker.
I just realized that "They" will never forget because "We" (those who know we need to fight) will not let them.
Robert Jones wrote:"On September 11, this old man will be visiting a Navy recruiter to get his re-enlistment paperwork started. Been out since 2005, am 43 and not in the best shape of my life, but it's the right thing to do."That's quite a noble thing to do, Robert. You have my sincerest admiration.
I think it would, Godfrey, and well put, very well put.
A picture's worth a 1000 words. Even if that picture has words. Anyway, I think anyone would get the point from this. Never forget.
Imposible to forget. Never forgive.
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