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THOSE WHO MOURN WITH US


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We are not alone as we remember the sacrifices of 9/11/01

 September 11, 2011

“America is a Nation with a mission – and that mission comes from our most basic beliefs. We have no desire to dominate, no ambitions of empire. Our aim is a democratic peace – a peace founded upon the dignity and rights of every man and woman.”

*George W. Bush*

Mayor Bloomberg is a coward and will be remembered as a gnat on the face of the history of New York city and of the United States of America. President Barak Obama is an incorrigible statist ideologue and will be remembered as the least American of all of the American presidents.  They have both dismissed the gravity of the terrorist assault on the United States, and they have both turned their backs on God the Eternal Father, the spiritual core of the country. They have minimized the sacrifices of the 3000 who were murdered by Muslim assassins. And most shamefully, they have censured the First Responders,  policemen, firefighters, EMTs and other medical personnel, who were spared from death ten years ago but who lost hundreds of co-workers, brothers, sisters and friends.

Our leaders may not represent us, but Americans are not alone.  There are people in countries across the world who mourn with us, who eschew political correctness to tell the truth, and who hold the United States as the ensign of liberty, and the best friend of all freedom-loving nations.

Our politicians may deny the reality of Islamic terrorism, and they may actually contribute to the threats of anti-American and anti-religious activities within the highest levels of government. Our colleges and universities may deny history, and turn away from their identities as Americans. But while the institutions of the United States turn away from our true strength and spirit, Americans themselves and our friends the world over know and understand how essential we are to a world who needs a leader of free people, and which hangs on the hope that all people may someday enjoy the blessings of liberty.


by Marjorie Haun  9/11/2011


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  1. Great article, Marjorie. I have always admired the Maasai, they are truly a fine people. The “People of the Lion” as they are called, possess something missing in much of society, honor.
    Thank you, my friend,
    Jerry

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