So I’m seeing all this stuff about 9/11. About how it’s not a day of remembrance, how it’s a “day of service,” how it’s not a day of our nation coming together in the wake of a national tragedy, how we’re supposed to pretend that it’s not about America . . . or radical Islamofascists. How we’re supposed to stop calling Ground Zero “Ground Zero”; how we’re supposed to pretend that it’s okay not to have a religious message delivered there on the tenth anniversary, how we’re supposed to pretend that we think it’s A-OK to exclude the first-responders who risked life and limb to come to the aid of others, how we’re supposed to celebrate diversity by embracing radical Islamofascists with as much passion as this WH has, how we’re supposed to be fine with the crosses (naturally formed from twisted wreckage) being banned, with the American flag being swallowed up by the flags of other nations, how we’re supposed to — in short — forget.
My comment/questions at Reaganite Republican‘s post is one that’s been nagging at me for a while:
What’s curious to me is not that they want to change the meaning of 9/11. Not that they want to remove God and country from it. Not even that they are denying first-responders their RIGHT to be there. What’s curious to me is that it’s so in our face. This is new.
Commie Alinsky Progressives prefer slow, insidious, dismantling of our beloved country, our beliefs, our people. This is new. And it’s alarming. Why are they doing this so blatantly? What’s the rush? What is coming?