What with all the Obama partisans trying to corrupt the meaning and memory of the September 11th attacks for political advantage, it's more important than ever before that we pause for a time on this anniversary and reflect.
September 11, 2001 is a day that Americans with red blood in their veins will never forget. Nor should we. It's a reminder of what awful things can happen if we let down our guard in a world
where evil only waits for good men to grow weary of remaining vigilant. It's also a day to reflect on the heroism and self sacrifice that brought out the best in so many of our citizens.
--Remember the heroes who went into the buildings at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to save lives. Remember the heroes on Flight 93 who saved hundreds or more lives by preventing another attack.
Father Mychal Judge "Father Mike" the "Fireman's Friar" killed by falling debris at Ground Zero while delivering the last rites to a mortally wounded fireman.--Remember a great city that will never be the same:
--Remember a President who in this moment was transformed into the leader we needed to guide us through the painful aftermath:
--Remember the children who lost fathers and mothers eight years ago:
Take a moment now and remember again, in sights, sounds, voices and video that awful day. This flash presentation is the best of any on the internet.