Strange How September 11 Affects Different People

Bingley and I both have eyes that well up. The frantic fear and horror I felt waiting to hear he was safe whirls up like it was yesterday at the first tiny photo. He has the God awful first person experience, the dreadful loss of dearest friends and fond acquaintances…and walking past that hole every day. EVERY day.

I guess things are different in, say, Chicago. They sure shouldn’t be different in Washington, D.C..
But they are.

…What day? Our US Senators return to D.C. Tuesday, the day after Labor Day. That next FRIDAY, Sep 11, is Patriot Day, designated in memory of the nearly 3000 people who died in the 9/11 attacks.

All 50 States are coordinating in this — as we fight back against our own Right-Wing Domestic Terrorists who are subverting the American Democratic Process, whipped into a frenzy by their Fox Propaganda Network ceaselessly re-seizing power for their treacherous leaders.

Oddly enough, for America has suspended that site ~ that must be what he means by “change”.

10 Responses to “Strange How September 11 Affects Different People”

  1. Teresa says:

    If they can find money in it, politicians will co-opt anything.

    I was in the Chicago area that day. While we didn’t have direct hits, everyone was shaken up. I knew people who had a very hard time getting back on the train and heading downtown to work.

    The people driving the health care garbage are not the general population. I read the screen shot and laughed. They have no interest in helping others. The only interest is in getting their pathetic agenda across. What utter jerks.

  2. ricki says:

    I heard this this morning going out the door. I didn’t want to believe it was true, but I see it is. And I am utterly and completely disgusted. Every person who lost someone on that day who objects to this blatant WHORING of their loved one’s death should stand up and scream for all they’re worth.

    disagreeing with the government under Bush = patriot

    disagreeing with the government under Obama = terrorist.

    Horrifying, enraging, and sad.

  3. nightfly says:

    Pathetic little tossers. Spoiled brats who have already forgotten – if they ever permitted themselves to know at all. Verminous idiots and willing toadies for would-be overlords, like a flock of Renfields. It’s pitiful.

  4. JeffS says:

    “Pathetic little tossers” is too kind by far, ‘fly. But this tends to be a family oriented blog, so I’ll just leave it at that.

  5. Gunslinger says:

    So, dissent is now terrorism eh?

    This administration and the DNC in general enjoy strutting around with chips on their shoulders.

  6. Dave E. says:

    My sister was working right across the street at the World Financial Center. I didn’t freak until the first tower fell, then I lost it until I got the word about an hour later that she was safe back home in Brooklyn. She had booked right after the first plane hit. What she saw…

    As Lenny Bruce said, UNf*ck OFA for that crap and ditto for those idiots at WWF and their ad agency.

  7. greg newson says:

    The east coast has always felt it represented the true USA,with
    the rest of the nation as hangers-on to the true USA.But,
    in reality, the east coast is Rome circa 400 AD,dying and corrupt.You are taking the rest of civilization down with you.I predict within 10
    years the union will no longer exist.The sickness will
    end somehow.

  8. bingbing says:

    Lost for words almost.

    1: Didn’t know Mr Bingley was actually there that day AND has to walk past it every day.

    Shit man. Chin up. You too, sister.

    2: What a lecherous pile of steaming shit Obama is for playing on that, twisting it.

    If there were ever a knave.

    Utterly pathetic.

  9. Sorry you’ve all been reminded of that horrible day.
    I cannot believe how out of control Obama is. It’s as if he doesn’t give a damn what anyone feels, because he has a plan and none of you are going to matter.

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