To Hell With Your Day Of Service. This Is A Day Of Vengeance.
RT @winterbleshow: IT IS NOT A NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE, its a national day of vengeance #911
— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) September 11, 2012
Excuse my language, but this is bullsh*t.
Gov. Mark Dayton has proclaimed Tuesday Patriot Day and A Day of Service and Remembrance to honor the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks 11 years ago.
…President Barack Obama is asking Americans to take part in community service to honor victims of the terrorist attack.
Community service doesn’t honor the victims of 9/11 in any way, shape, or form. To even try to turn 9/11 into a “day of service” is disgusting.
We honor the victims of 9/11 by killing the people responsible for it. Whether members of Al-Qaeda die by sniper, by hellfire missile, by artillery, by helicopter, or from old age in Gitmo, whether they die sitting, standing, running, or resting, whether they die in a cave, in the wilds of Pakistan, or in the mountains of Afghanistan doesn’t matter very much as long as they die.
I don’t have much use for John McCain, but a few days after 9/11 he said,
I say to our enemies: We are coming. God may have mercy on you, but we won’t.
The only “community service” that matters on 9/11 is being done by our intelligence, our troops, and anyone else who’s working to make sure that the last gathering spot for Al-Qaeda is in hell.
In case paving the way for a gigantic mosque at Ground Zero doesn’t curry sufficient favor with Muslims, our rulers
Of course, the Washington Post puts a positive spin on using the tragedy of 9/11 as a campaign prop, something
It’s interesting to note, especially given that we have a Democratic President in the White House, the different reactions to