“There She Stands”, Remembering September 11th, 2001Posted: September 11, 2012
Today, the United States of America remembers once again the horrible attacks on September 11th, 2001. In New York City, NY, United States of America as well as Washington D.C., and Shanksville, PA, as well as cities and towns all across the USA, both yesterday and today the events of this dark and difficult day.
While the course of this day now has gotten difficult for me in personal way, as the previous blog entry has been presented speaks about, I have not forgotten the meaning of this day for itself, and NEVER, EVER FORGETING WHY AMERICA MUST REMEMBER SEPTEMBER 11th, 2001 IN LIGHT OF NOT ONLY STANDING UP FOR FREEDOM IN THE USA, AND VOTE ON NOVEMBER 6th, 2012, BUT ALSO THE DANGERS THAT IS COMING FROM THE FRUITS OF THE ARAB/MIDDLE EASTERN MUSLIM SPRING TAKING PLACE NOW IN THE MIDDLE EAST.
That is why we must support Israel as a beacon of freedom in the Middle East, support the Middle Eastern Christian communities that are suffering under the harsh rule of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as well as elsewhere in the Middle East. Also we must vote to turn back the efforts of President Barack Hussein Obama and the Democrats, and in a special way after the disgusting efforts at last week’s DNC gathering in Charlotte, NC, USA to vote out both God and the holy city of Jerusalem. SHAME ON YOU DEMOCRATS.
Today, as the USA remembers its darkest day, today, let us stand up for those who had died eleven years ago today.NEVER, EVER FORGET SEPTEMBER 11th, 2001.
With MANY THANKS To Mark Rogers, Michael W. Smith, And YouTube. Watch Video Here:
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