The heroes on Flight 93 were just ordinary people who decided that someone else was not going to dictate to them, where they were going to die, and they took from the terrorists the destructive power to hurt Americans, and took that power into themselves, to destroy those who were intent on destroying us. That is true heroism, something that the enemy cannot understand. Because it comes from a people free to choose.
I got started blogging after 9/11/2001, but I have been fighting for American exceptionalism since and before, for that matter. Because there has never been a country so exceptional in the history of this world, as this country has been. But the problems that this country is having now, is not mainly because of Al-Qaeda or enemies of this country, it is because of the political correctness campaign that the liberal left has been forcing on us since before I can remember.
On September 11, of 2001, the attack on our nation brought us all together, no matter what color, or creed. No matter what political beliefs we held. We were all Americans. But it didn’t take long for the liberals to start saying that the experts were saying that we couldn’t watch the footage of that day cause it would make us angry. All I could ask when they started saying that was, “didn’t we have the right to be angry?”
In just a few hours we lost 3000+ of our fellow Americans because of a “sucker punch” that was leveled at us by a terrorist organization that didn’t like us. But the liberals were telling us that we needed to be friends with them. To which I was saying, “Friends hell!”
Imagine if we had been that stupid after Pearl Harbor? And yes, I said stupid, or cowardly. And on that one I know that the American people are neither stupid nor are they cowardly.
American’s love their heroes no matter what the political left says. I still say, just like in the song by Darryl Worley, “Have you forgotten” says, that the images of 9/11 need to be shown all the time. It is something that we as Americans can not afford to forget, at least as long as we are at war with the people who did that.
One of the reasons that we didn’t waiver in World War II is because we didn’t lose sight of our objectives. And that was to bring down those who were enemies of this great country. And the loss of that sight is the reason that we do not win our wars anymore. We win the battles, but because of the left, and some on the right, we do not have the “killer instinct” that we had in WWII to win and take out the enemy so they cannot continue against us.
That is also the reason that we didn’t rebuild the twin towers when they were brought down by al-Qeada. Because we have been allowed to forget what makes America great, and we have been allowed to stop showing our greatness. That main fact right there, has been in Obama’s agenda since before he took office, and something I was saying since I first learned of him.
I wasn’t against him because he was black. I wasn’t against him because he held views against mine. I was against him because I checked out his record. There was none, and I checked out his background and found that he ran around with domestic terrorists who hated this country. He listened to the America hating reverend Jerimiah Wright. I knew his father was an American hating communist. How could anyone, who was in that circle, be anything but American hating. And hating America from the top would be the ideal place to be if you wanted to bring down this country. It didn’t matter what color he was. He was not, and is not, an American hero, except in the eyes of other haters of this country.
What we need today, is more heroes who love America, and whether you think they are there or not, they are. They are fighting for our country in the military. They are everyday people like the heroes in New York City in those towers. Like the heroes who took back Flight 93 from the terrorists, and gave the final ultimatum to them that they were going to die in a field in rural Pennsylvania, and not against an American building in a big city like they wanted, effectively taking their “martyrdom” away from them. Heroes are what Americans are made of. Everyone can be heroes if the right moment happened, and that is what our enemies do not understand.
Ten years ago tomorrow, we can look back and see the “angels” of the heroes of that day doing their selfless work to save other people. Some of those saved, turned around and became heroes themselves, by going back in and working to save others. To me that is one of the things that makes America great my friends. The heroism that erupts from all of us, when our country, or our fellow countrymen and women are in danger.
Heroes are for times of need, and the time of need is now. Now that America is being backed against the ropes, by losing her long held AAA credit rating, and becoming the fifth most productive economy, not the first.
America will be great again, and take back her standing in the world as the great helper of the world and leader. It will start in November with the heroes of this nation who will go to the ballot boxes and vote out all who do not hold in their hearts that America is great and is God privileged to be so. God Bless America my friends. God Bless our heroes.
On this the tenth anniversary of the most horrible attack on our country ever, let us take a few moments in prayer for the people who suffered and died that day, both the victims and the heroes and the victims families. It is a day we can ill afford to forget. For if we forget, we are not only doomed to repeat it, but we also forget the heroism that took place on that day a short 10 years ago.
I still think that we would have been better served, if we had rebuilt those towers, even if that rebuild was one huge tower in memorial to those who lost their lives that day, so it could shout out to the enemies, we are great and your murdering and plundering will not diminish us.
May God bless our efforts to help get America back, and put God back into our country.
God, Bless America. Bless Americans. And Bless us to start using more common sense.