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9/11 – A Day Which Will Always Live In Infamy

Posted by TheJOTUS on September 11, 2009

Islamic dickbag and winner of the Rosie O'Donnell look-a-like contest

Islamic dickbag and winner of the Rosie O'Donnell look-a-like contest

Today is September 11. One of the most important dates in American history. And THE most important in recent history. It just edged out January 20, 2009. But barely……ahem.

So with that in mind, wanna know what Good Morning America led off with this morning? President Douchenozzle and his fraudulent healthcare plan.

Next up? Joe Wilson. Yeah that Joe Wilson, who accurately called Obama a liar.

And then? Why the H1N1 vaccine of course! Cause an overhyped virus that has killed 6 people, including a retarded kid in western Kansas, needs all the TV time it can get!!

And finally, they get around to mentioning 9/11. But not in remembrance of course. Oh nooooo. Instead, they do a five minute report on how the New York subway system is vulnerable to terrorist attack. Even saying “if a terrorist were to look at surveillance of the subway system, they would see just how easy it really is.” Yeah, you read that correctly.

Hey ABC, just in case Mr. I Hate America doesn’t have access to the apparently highly public NYC subway surveillance videos, can you mail it to them? Dicks.

Alright, enough of my mini rant.

Today is about remembering those three plus thousand people who died that fateful day. You know, the day when that Dick Dasterdly Bush regime decided to blow things up*.

Here is a live account of the events as they unfolded (hit the “listen” link at the top of the article). It is a pretty long audio clip, but I think worth a listen. The reporter and her husband were staying in the hotel across from the World Trade Center as Vice President Dick Cheney flew two separate jumbo jets into the buildings before parachuting to the ground**.

Let’s also not forget the other events that happened that day with the pentagon and Flight 93. Flight 93 was unique in that they were the first Americans to fight back against al-qaeda and islamic jihadists. They died when their counterattack panicked the hijackers into diving the plane into the ground, thereby ending their efforts to hit the Whitehouse or Capitol Hill.

You know, it really brings a smile to my face knowing those hijacker dickbags won’t get their 72 virgins. I am not sure what happens to the islamic terrorist who fails in his mission. I am guessing Allah straps on Mr. Happy and anal rapes them for the next 1000 years. Or maybe he’s forced to work the cleaning crew of an all-night rub-n-tug joint. I dunno, just wondering.

As I said last year, I will never forget where I was or what I was doing on this day eight years ago. I will never forget the innocent lives lost and the heroes who gave their own life to save others on that terrible day. All because of islamic terrorism.

And most importantly, I am thankful to the Armed Forces who fight daily for freedom from tyranny and terror.

Never forget (stolen from Michelle Malkin):

The Falling Man
“Let’s Roll”
Project 2,996

9/11 Babies


* Source: former Obama administration official
**Source:  Some 9/11 truther somewhere…


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Never Forget

Posted by TheJOTUS on September 11, 2008

Today is September 11.  A date I will never, ever forget.  Never.

When I was growing up, my old man would always tell me where he was when JFK was shot.  He would always describe it vividly, like it was still fresh in his mind.  Even at family events when the topic would oddly come up, my aunt’s and uncle’s would reflect on the memory the same way my dad would.

As a kid, I never really related to what they were saying.  I mean I only read about JFK in my history book.  As I got older I began to understand the impact the assassination had on my dad and his generation.  Although, it still didn’t resonate with me, I understood it.  I mean I only read about it, they watched it.  Some live.  Sure I saw the video, but it wasn’t the same as being in that era. 

To be honest, I am jealous of my dad’s generation.  It was an era where the media wasn’t the monster it is today.  Families sat around the television watching the aftermath of JFK, the moon landing, the Beatles.  Everything was so anticipated.  Today it is so immediate.  Info at the stroke of a key.  When 9/11 hit, I was glad I lived in an era of technology.  Although in an ironic way, it really wasn’t so advanced as I thought on that day.

There is no comparison, in my opinion, to 9/11 and JFK’s assassination.  9/11 was an attack on our country.  September 11, 2001 was my generation’s JFK.  Except more profound.  It was an attack on freedom not just one man.

I will never forget where I was on that fateful day.  I was sitting on the edge of the bed putting my socks on watching Fox News.  I remember turning it on and seeing the coverage of the north tower on fire, literally minutes after it happened.  The thought at the time was some how a pilot got confused and crashed into the building.  I had flown into JFK on two occasions and remember thinking there was no way a pilot of a 767 had become confused.

I remember telling my wife this, and bam.  The south tower was hit.  I remember the anchors on Fox News coming unglued, just as I did.  Holy shit, did I just see what happened???  I immediately called anyone and everyone I could think of.  I couldn’t dial the phone fast enough.  What was minutes of absolute chaos, seemed like hours.

I didn’t go to work that day.  Just shy of 3,500, including emergency workers, barely made it to breakfast.  I watched as the morning unfolded.  The Pentegon, the South Tower collapsing, Flight 93, the North Tower collapsing, all of it.  Numb.

I will never forget…


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