Sunday, September 11, 2005
Remember this guy? The one who ACTUALLY attacked us on 9/11.
S'funny. Between four years passing and the recent hurricane disaster, the memory of the horror of 9/11 seems to have faded into the ether to the point where there aren't even any memorial stories about it on the lead page of Google news (as of now, that is - who knows if that will have changed by time I get up later this morning?). What happened to "Never Forget?" (update: plenty of coverage on Yahoo! and on TV with the memorial reading of the victim's names. I guess Google don't care!)
Four years later do you think the average American citizen feels any safer because of Bush's execution of the so-called "War on Terror?" Have the number of terror attacks gone down since the beginning of this "global struggle against the enemies of freedom" and is this nation's government any better ready to handle a major attack on the homeland than they were four years ago?
Whatever your point of view on the answers to those questions, one thing's for sure: 9/11 attack mastermind Osama Bin Laden is still at large.
- Activists plan 9/11 Katrina protest. If this jumps off, I can't wait to see how it's covered by the media.
- Join the "The World Can't Wait, Drive out the Bush Regime" New Orleans Jazz Funeral Procession in NYC later today. (click here for more details)
Victims of the 9/11 attacks, the subsequent "war on terror" and hurricane Katrina, R.I.P.