18 years ago today

Let us pause to remember September 11, 2001.

Are we better prepared today?

We deserve better

Brutus

8 Responses to 18 years ago today

  1. Anonymous says:

    No ! ! Too many people have forgotten that day. We are “Importing” more terrorists everyday, including the same people, the same countries that murdered OUR Citizens that day. The Democrats, Socialist, Communist, Liberals, Anarchist are more concerned with fighting President Trump, destroying the country, than they are with fighting, defending anything. “Trump is the ENEMY” here, not 50-60 MILLION people ILLEGALLY in OUR country, living off of Americas WORKING people. Not Socialist-Communist politicians who want to be in “Power” over US. “The Democrat-Socialist-Communist Amerika”.

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  2. John Dungan says:

    Ha Ha Ha Ha. Well, at least you didn’t try to lamely slam Beto in that post. Why don’t you tell us how you really feel, oh unknown whiner dude (or dudette; who knows)? Your post indicates a serious disconnect from the world as the rest of us know it, so maybe you want to pursue some reading.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Robert Francis O’Rourke (since you brought him up) is pro-terrorist. He voted AGAINST U.S. assistance for Israel’s Iron Dome system that helps shoot down rockets fired from the Gaza Strip. There is and has been a 100% probability of Palestinians firing rockets into Israel, and Robert Francis O’Rourke thinks Israel should not be able to stop those rockets from killing their citizens.

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  3. ANONYMOUS ! ! ! says:

    Well, us doing very little (if anything) about a possible EMP attack does seem a bit uncomfortable. And this whole “sanctuary city” business does appear to be a concentrated form of lunacy. l’m still waiting for someone to explain to me how printing more fiat currency so we shoot people we’ve never seen or have never seen us is suppose to make me feel “safer.” ln my world, if my neighbor doesn’t shoot at me, l’m LESS likely to shoot at them. But in a goofy, twisted, semi logical sort of way, maybe we’re going to be ok. l mean for the last zillion years, we’ve heard tons and tons of saber-rattling but nothing (thank God) ever comes to fruition. ln other words, if we aren’t crazy enough to blow each other up by now, then maybe there won’t be a third one after all. Well, l can sense that my long-winded, tiresome response has managed to put everyone into a deep slumber. This can only mean one thing: that my work here this evening is done for…..for now.

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  4. fractoinally worried says:

    How do you prepare for a terrorist attack? How do you prevent one? I’m not sure anyone has the answer. Surely, if it was easy, France and Great Britain would have come up with an answer. But I don’t think allowing a raft of immigrants into the country — be it the US or any western country — is going to make it easier.

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    • Ticked off taxpayer says:

      The problem isn’t legal immigrants. The problem is illegal aliens and folks who don’t qualify as legal immigrants lying about their need for asylum to gain entry and disappear. The fact that we have a Congress so anxious to exploit open borders for their agendas (low cost labor or a change in voter patterns) that they turn a blind eye to safety issues and cost is sad. Replacing the old poor with the new poor simply hurts the most vulnerable populations we have. Calling illegal aliens immigrants insults every person who has entered our country legally and helps fuel xenophobia. And failing to reform our immigration policies to fit the needs of our country in ways that make it easier for folks with skills we need to migrate (and that includes factory and farm workers) is just criminal. Most of Congress on both sides of the aisle is doing a disservice to the American people. We need legal immigrants who can fill jobs and support themselves. We don’t need folks who come here because our government pays better welfare benefits or the narco gangs are providing passage in exchange for years of indentured servitude in their criminal enterprises.

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