Anyone who was there and some who watched on TV were changed that day. My heart goes out to the brave rescue personel whose solen, dutiful and foreboding looks haunts me to this day. I was one of those racing from history as far braver men made history in their efforts to save lives. Sadly the left has spit on their memory with conspiracy talk that began while the buildings were sill burning. The right should emphasize the heroes of that day and sadly they should do better.
I always make a point to thank Police and Firemen . They sacrafice their lives and protect us each and every day. I also thank military personel for the dedication they show. I was struck that as the sailors ventured into working class areas they were popular. Thus the striking Teamsters had a beer with us. The people in Harlem cheered the sailors. Hwever the human garbage in the NYU and Union Square area booed the sailors. For all the left wing ralk about populism it has little or no connection to the people. I have never heard class and struggle in the same sentence in Harlem or the Soth Bronx. People there know hustlers and con men when they see them.
After 9-11 the Commies came out and held a rally in Union Square while the buildings were still smoldering. 2000 plus people blamed Israel and the Joooooos for 9-11 but all you heard was Robertsons stupid anti gay remarks. The same bias hold true today and thus Sheehan's virulent anti semitism and Commie cronies go unreported. Thus as the far left knifed America an the back the Cold Warrior was reborn. Anti Communist moderates must not be silent.
The stakes are too high