I know there has been a lot of stuff going around about 9/11. It was a terrible day. Only a traitor would think it victorious. I remember when the 9/11 happened. I was 9 years old and so naive that something so bad could happen. But I remember watching the towers fall on the TV and the terror in my mom’s eyes since she knew what it meant.
Well now so do I. It means to be an American you have to stand up for America. We went to war shortly after to “catch” the group that caused the attack but we all know that was flawed and misused. We have lost too many good men and women in a war that will only be won by people really caring to get their hands dirty. To stand up for what’s right.
What is that? Not turning their back on their country to join the same group 14 years later is a good start. Second is to have a leader who cares more about his country than his agenda. 9/11 should never be forgotten since it was the day a line was drawn in the sand. A day that Americans could have stood up and said enough is enough. To go back to how the founding fathers wanted it. But, no, that didn’t happen. We are in worst shape than ever and it was the cause of the same people who could have saved it.
We might say that we haven’t forgotten but we have. And it is going to take another disaster to change our ways. I just hope that our enemies don’t destroy us first from the inside out.
I will never forget and I will always defend our country for how she should be. “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. And to the Republic, for which it stands. One Nation, under God, indivisible, for liberty and justice for all”.