Friday, September 11, 2009


I would say never forget, but we have forgotten. This column from novelist Ralph Peters says it better than I can (or maybe have the heart to write). Read the whole thing:
Eight years ago today, our homeland was attacked by fanatical Muslims inspired by Saudi Arabian bigotry. Three thousand American citizens and residents died.

We resolved that we, the People, would never forget. Then we forgot.

We've learned nothing.

Instead of cracking down on Islamist extremism, we've excused it.

Instead of killing terrorists, we free them.

Instead of relentlessly hunting Islamist madmen, we seek to appease them.

Instead of acknowledging that radical Islam is the problem, we elected a president who blames America, whose idea of freedom is the right for women to suffer in silence behind a veil -- and who counts among his mentors and friends those who damn our country or believe that our own government staged the tragedy of September 11, 2001.

Instead of insisting that freedom will not be infringed by terrorist threats, we censor works that might offend mass murderers. Radical Muslims around the world can indulge in viral lies about us, but we dare not even publish cartoons mocking them.

Instead of protecting law-abiding Americans, we reject profiling to avoid offending terrorists. So we confiscate granny's shampoo at the airport because the half-empty container could hold 3.5 ounces of liquid.


Anonymous said...

Makes me sick that RAHM is right


Anonymous said...

Ralph Peters is the new David Hackworth.

Anonymous said...


Not me sir. Your brush is a bit too broad.


dmd45 said...

Never Forget!! Never Forgive!!
dmd45 Miami FL

Anonymous said...

It made American flags fly from every house, now we have a pretend president who stands in front of a wall full of flags and KISSES THEIR ASSES. the mushroom