"The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good." - George Washington, the first President of the United States (1789-1797)
I remember Howard Stern reporting it on his radio show. He said folks ''im not joking''. Then it started to sink in. Later that eve when i got home and saw the news footage it really sunk in. Im going to hear about it all over again all day. The old lady will go on and on. The titanic and 911 are 2 things she researches.
Firearms Owners Against Crime
"A man's rights rest in three boxes: the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box"
The PC viewpoint: Muslim visitors doing something in NYC.
They should show those pictures every week on TV just to remind people what happened.
Lost a fraternity brother from college in Tower 2.
One of those moments in your life where you remember exactly where you were and what you were doing.
So much confusion, so much fear, so much anger.
18 years later and we now have America hating muslims in congress.
What the hell is wrong with us.
WAKE UP AMERICA. or it will happen again
You could see the smoke from a hill by my house for days. Parents went to the schools and took their kids home. I never understood that. I guess after you hit the twin towers you hit a grammar school 25 miles away. My buddy is a pipe fitter and a bunch of guys went to ground zero to help. When they got there they were handed a bucket and told to start picking up the pieces because all that was left was pulverized concrete and steel. We lost a lot of people around here. I knew 2 people personally and one was my bosses 23 year old son. People who were there and got out were changed forever. Lots of people never went back to the city. A mason I know has a masters degree in finance. At one time my wife worked on the 110th floor of tower one. It had a very big impact here because so many people live here but work in the city. It shut down everything for a few days. I’ll never forget.
Ok those of you with computer skills I think we need to hear a few songs.
Darryl Worley- Have you Forgotten
Toby Keith- Courtesy of the Red White and Blue. ( The Angry American)
Lee Greenwood- God Bless the USA.
Those songs bring a tear to my eye and get my dander up.
Shooting buddy of mine was FDNY paramedic. Git cancer from working that disaster; so far so good, but he was retired out early on disability. Lost a lot of kids I went to prep school with as well.
"Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience", George Carlin
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