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The AP via YellowBrix, NYPD
February 11, 2010
over 3 years ago
Please , dear God, don't let anything like this happen again.
We shall never forget...I lived in new york all of my life...Life is so Short! I WAS THERE....DEVASTATING! Thats all i can say...!!
Im not sure if it's possible for a true american to ever forget what happened on that awefull day.And one thing is for sure i never will i worked in tower one many years ago and lost some good friends who i worked with dureing that tragic day
A very bad time in our lives, never forget -never forgive NEIL831
While you and I may always remember, the public tends to forget. It is the job of a government to remind its people of incidents like this so that we remember why we fight for freedom. It is not the job of the government to seek to lessen the incident so that people forget or become indifferent. Pearl Harbor is still remembered after almost 70 years as a dasterdly attack by the Japanese as is the attack on the colonies by the British which led to the Revolutionary War. We were attacked on 9-11 by extremist Muslims. We are at war. We should be reminded of that daily.
These photos should be put out every year on 9/11 so people don't forget - Remember all the people that died that day - NEVER FORGET
May we never forget that horrible day and continue to pray for all those brave souls who were taken from us so tragically.
Never to be forgotten! The US did not start this fight and we cannot allow this to happen again!
Chilling is definitely a proper adjective to use for these photos.
I remember this day like it was yesterday. And now our nation voted in a president with this background. i believe he will lead this nation to its destruction!
WE WILL NEVER FORGET AND WE WILL NEVER FORGIVE.
MAY WE NEVER FORGET, ALL THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES, AND ALL THOSE WHO CAME TOGETHER AS ONE. THE UNITY WAS AMAZING. THIS DAY WILL BE AROUND FOREVER. MAY WE NEVER HAVE ANYTHING TO REPLACE OR ADD TO IT.!
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