Sep 11 2007

Anniversary Of 9-11

Published by at 7:19 am under All General Discussions

I have been thinking about what to post for the 9-11 anniversary. Given the total denial on the left that we are in a war, that we need to monitor our enemies, that we need to interrogate our prisoners and that we need to succeed in Iraq I was tempted to write about what was wrong in this country before 9-11.

For example, before 9-11 the NSA knew the key highjackers and pilots, Atta an Shehhi and Hazmi, were in America – the NSA had intercepted their calls back to their terrorists lords via Yemen and other places. The NSA knew about them but was not allowed to tell the FBI their names or locations – thanks to the overly restrictive nature of the FISA laws. Laws which were strengthened, thus blinding us more, by the Clinton administration and one Jamie Gorelick.

This 9-10 handicap should be well understood by now, but the news media has become a propaganda tool instead of an asset to the American people. The point I wanted to make is the liberals are marching us back to another date with destiny. They want to blind us again, downplay our enemies, redirect our attention – because the war is just not helping them much politically. They have kidded themselves into thinking they are trying to do good by helping us lose when we are winning. They do not understand they are giving al-Qaeda, who now must fight the Muslim street in Iraq and Lebanon, the opportunity to survive and hit us again. Their delusions are complete, and if we listen to them we may see more images of sad bravery, like we did on 9-11.

How far is the left willing to go to lose to al-Qaeda? They were willing to accuse a US war hero by the name of General Petraeus of be a betrayer of this country. A charge, if true, which is punishable by death. They are still trying to lose in Iraq no matter what the price. Some of these deranged fools have even signed up in the military so they can plant lies about our brave soldiers. marines, airmen and sailors in the press. Liberals in Congress even claimed the guilt of soldiers before their trials even happened – trials which cleared these good people of crimes the liberals said in public they were guilty of. Thank God America is not a Nazi like state where “Leaders” can be judge and jury and executioners. The image of our brave men and women trying to turn this ugly world around into something better has been stomped on by those who see 9-11 as a political albatross for them – not something this country needs fight against. For the cold and calculating left, they need power regardless of what is best for the nation, so they smear those on the front line risking their lives while sitting sipping latte’s in their LA or NYC or DC air conditioned offices.

My view of 9-11 is it was a wake up call to a great nation that had forgotten it had a responsibility to the human race. Not that this nation is evil or the root cause of humanity’s suffering – it is not that by far. But a reminder that as long as there are those suffering, in need, in want of the kind of life we have here, there are those who can exploit those feelings and convince these poor people to try and kill us. We have seen this time and time again – from the Nazis and Imperial Japanese to the communists during the Cold War and now with the Islamo Fascists. We are the excuse used by tyrants to kill and mame and control. It is not that we are evil and as they say we are (unlike the liberals who believe every word of the despots when it comes to America), just that we are the obvious example to create mad jealousy and anger. And it is our job to diffuse these activities, handicap these dictators and offer these people other options. We will fight this fight of ideals as long as we are the shining city on the hill.

Liberals cannot fight this fight – they do not believe. They ally themselves with the brainwashed fighters who see us as evil. They work day and night to lose Iraq and give an al-Qaeda an unearned victory – as they sit on the edge of a massive defeat no less. On this 9-11 we must realize some so called Americans have decided to quit, and some are now fighting against America. It is time to recognize those who cannot or will not see this war on Islamo Fascism to a successful end for what they are. Sadly, this happens after events like this. Just like in WW II when Pearl Harbor was our fault, when stopping Japan was our fault, when people rose up to deny their ever was a Holocaust. Darwin was right – some things are best left to the dustbin of history. Darwin knew major portions of any population will be the ones who lose, who do not live on. Liberals have made their choice clear, we can now move on – as they say.

22 responses so far

22 Responses to “Anniversary Of 9-11”

  1. victor says:

    An excellent post …. as usual.

    For everyone’s info we at Bookyards has a comprehensive list of 9/11 links and resources on its blog at

  2. Jacqui says:

    Dittos on excellent post!!

    If you want to see the left’s 9/11 tribute go to Drudge and read about Kucinich bashing the US President and Troops on Syrian TV. That’s today’s Democrat party!!!

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  6. Soothsayer says:


    To cite a few reasons why Stratasphere and BushCo have been wrong, wrong, wrong on Iraq – and continue to be:

    September 11, 2007) — WASHINGTON — Rep. Jim Walsh, in a dramatic break with the White House, returned Monday from a trip to Iraq saying it’s time to bring troops home and stop funding the war. The moderate Republican from Onondaga has struggled for months with conflicting emotions about the war. “Before I went, I was not prepared to say it’s time to start bringing our troops home,” Walsh said. “I am prepared to say that now. It’s time.”

    “Are we going to continue to invest blood and treasure at the same rate we’re doing now? For what?” asked Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., who supports legislation setting a deadline to bring troops home.

    “In my judgment, some type of success in Iraq is possible, but as policymakers, we should acknowledge that we are facing extraordinarily narrow margins for achieving our goals,” said Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana, the top Republican on the committee

    Sen. Norm Coleman said he appreciates plans to return troop levels to 130,000 _ down from the 168,000 currently in Iraq _ but that he wants a longer-term vision other than suggestions that Patraeus and U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker will return to Capitol Hill in mid-March to give another assessment. “Americans want to see light at the end of the tunnel,” said Coleman, R-Minn.

  7. Cobalt Shiva says:

    Soothie, it’s time for you to come out of the closet. Just admit that you’re Adam Gadahn and be done with it.

  8. ivehadit says:

    As Rush said today, we are just going to have to win this war on terror without the democrats. They are not interested and are, in fact, aiding and abetting our enemies. This couldn’t be clearer today.

    Vulgar and vile America-haters, you are on notice.

  9. Crzy4politks says:

    Great post!!

    It\’s sad that even on the anniversary of 9/11 there are people who still don\’t remember. I\’ve never seen the country as united as we were by the end of that day and for a while afterwards

  10. The Macker says:

    “My view of 9-11 is it was a wake up call to a great nation that had forgotten it had a responsibility to the human race.” –

    That is a clear and principled statement.

  11. Terrye says:


    The post is about 9/11. Are you so vain and shallow that you can not just pretend for one day that you don’t hate your country?

  12. owl says:

    When I think of 9/11……..I see the images…..the second plane hitting, little things that turned out to be people jumping from the top of the buildings and the people running down the street covered with ash. Then I get very angry that anyone can ignore that we were attacked and the ‘world’ cheered. I hear the Dems say over and over that the ‘world’ was with us that day. That is probably the biggest, bald-faced LIE that they have been able to get away with to date.

    The ‘world’ cheered. It was as noted above…..they were jealous and all wanted something. It comes in different sizes…..Global Warming=Global Taxes, etc.

    Liberals cannot fight this fight – they do not believe. They ally themselves with the brainwashed fighters who see us as evil.

    That says it all. So sad it makes one want to cry, especially on this day. I have spent most of the day watching a General and Amb. being turned slowly on the rack.

    It must be nice to be able to ‘capture’ what the Dems consider the enemy and then poke them for over 8 hours. Where is the International Red Cross? Anyone having to listen to Boxer …..OR….Warner (so glad he is going). Most of what I have listened to today clearly depicts what was wrong with our Pug Congress. They are pure BDSers and even when they sit in positions of power for decades…….they are exceptionally good POINTERS. The Dems will never fight because they will never have an attack big enough nor an enemy evil enough………

    How do they sleep at night?

    Graham did a good job but John Cornyn was the best.

  13. owl says:

    I need to amend today’s observations since I was unfair to people like Sessons and Inholfe. Sorry.

    Hagel, Warner, Collins, Lugar were horrible. Even several of the others had me so irritated, I wanted to shake em.

  14. Soothsayer says:

    On September 11, 2007, Gen. Petraeus was asked by Sen. John Warner: “Do you feel that [Iraq war] is making America safer”?

    Petraeus paused before responding, saying: “I believe this is indeed the best course of action to achieve our objectives in Iraq.”

    Warner wasn’t going to let the general dodge the question, repeating: “Does the [Iraq war] make America safer?”

    Petraeus replied, I don’t know, actually. I have not sat down and sorted in my own mind.

    In other words, Petraeus was unable to answer yes – try as he might – to the question does the present Bush Administration strategy serve to make America safer or not?

    Meanwhile, in a related story, two of the seven active duty U.S. soldiers in Iraq questioning the war in a New York Times Op-Ed piece on August 19 called “The War As We Saw It,” Sgt. Omar Mora and Sgt. Yance Gray, died Monday in western Baghdad, just as Gen. David Petraeus was about to report to Congress on progress in the “surge.”

    The Sergeants had expressed skepticism about American gains in Iraq. To believe that Americans, with an occupying force that long ago outlived its reluctant welcome, can win over a recalcitrant local population and win this counterinsurgency is far-fetched.

  15. lurker9876 says:

    copperhead, you really don’t understand history.

    We had skepticism about American gains in WWII, Civil War, American Revolution, Spanish-American War, Barbary Pirates, etc. Yet, we won ’em all. There were already significant gains in Iraq. We already won over the locals one region by one region. No, it’s not far-fetched. You’re just reading the left-wing articles intentionally written in a negative tone and you’re believing them. Unlike AJStrata, you do not recognize the positive signs that will lead to victory.

    We have been occupying Germany, Japan, Kosovo, and South Korea far longer than Iraq. How come you aint complaining about Germany, Japan, Kosovo, and South Korea.

    You have no credibility at all.

  16. Soothsayer says:

    You’re just reading the left-wing articles intentionally written in a negative tone

    What I was reading – and quoting, was not a left-wing article, brainless one, it was an Op-Ed piece written by seven non-coms serving in Iraq as we speak (except for the two Sgts. who were killed THIS WEEK while serving their country).

    You’re calling them “left-wing”????

  17. Cobalt Shiva says:

    The post is about 9/11. Are you so vain and shallow that you can not just pretend for one day that you don’t hate your country?

    But this isn’t his country–he’s Adam Gadahn, and his country is bin Laden’s stillborn global caliphate. That’s why he’s so snippy of late. His guys are losing.

  18. scaulen says:

    The Gorelick wall, that says it all, installed to protect Clinton, and used to full advantage by the murderers on 9/11. And soothiesouthebanshee the lefts biggest ghoul can only say on 9/11 we should just walk away. I’m sure if we left and the wholesale slaughter started you wouldn’t be able to control your masturbatory glee as the terrorists piled heads hundreds high. You need a frontal lobotomy.

  19. Cobalt Shiva says:

    You need a frontal lobotomy.

    If Soothie gets a frontal lobotomy, I want a bottle in front of me!