September 11, 2012

“For those of us who lived through it, it will be a day we never forget.” [Darleen Click]

* original video site


84th Floor
West Office
12 People Trapped

Posted by Darleen @ 12:01am

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Comments (19)

  1. – Thsnks Darlene. This is the man the scum lowlifes on the Left merciously defame and persecute. I can honestly say if I had the chance I’d put each and everyone of them in the ground with Bin Laden. Hopefully, some how, Karma will catch up, and every bastard one the Left will come to their own sorry ends.

  2. Darlene …. have you the link to the original site for this video … it won’t run “out-of-country” here on PW for some reason.

  3. Three words: “Religion of Peace.”

  4. George W. Bush – His personal story of that day

    And they somehow managed to inject Obama into it. Must of coordinated with the current WH folks who injected Obama into the history of all the former presidents.

  5. I was living in Arizona at the time of 9/11. I got up the morning of 9/11 and checked the Minneapolis Star Tribune as was my habit back then. There was a picture of the Twin Towers burning on the front page and my first thought was the web site for the Star Tribune had been hacked.

  6. And Ramzi bin al-Shibh? Khalid Sheikh Mohammed? What is their disposition?

    Still haven’t been tried, have they? In four years of the Obama administration, though they were both handed over teed up for prosecution, they remain unjudged by a court. And therefore they remain alive. Four more years?

    Wouldn’t put it past the likes of Holder and Obama to see to it they are alive in 2016.

  7. Never forget. We should send reminders to Al Qaeda every chance we get. Here is a catch and release that will not get away again.

  8. Thanks, Darleen … but, it is still is out of bounds for the international community. It’s some kind of conspiracy.

  9. It’s National Geographic, Diana. Guess your nation will just have to come up with a geographic of its own.

  10. Here’s my favorite C&F cartoon about today:

  11. Lileks, two years afterward:

    Of course some people are impatient with those who still recall the shock of 9/11; the same people were crowding the message boards of internet sites on the afternoon of the attacks, eager to blame everyone but the hijackers. They hate this nation. In their hearts, they hate humanity. They would rather cheer the perfect devils than come to the aid of a compromised angel.

  12. Some excellent thoughts from norm.

  13. Classy article from the New York Slimes this morning on one more reason that 911 was Bush’s fault.

  14. I took that Eichenwald piece as the NYT’s response to Thiessen’s opinion piece yesterday about Obama failing to attend half of his Presidential Daily Briefs.

  15. …one more reason that 911 was Bush’s fault.

    Can’t be. If the last three and a half years of economic misery is due to “terrible conditions inherited from the last Administration,” then the attack on the Towers is certainly due to the same.

    Can anyone imagine Bush whining about the unfairness of a world that won’t conform to his vision?

  16. No offense but anyone who didn’t live through it would be 12 or younger and really shouldn’t be trolling the internet blogs.


  17. I’d never seen this before: the boatlift off Manhattan, narrated by Tom Hanks. (h/t MGG)

    Bigger, even, than Dunkirk.

    I couldn’t help thinking as I watched these men speak, these “urban rednecks,” essentially, about how the denizens of academe expend so much energy to be anything but them: toothless, ugly, not-well-spoken, brick-stupid. Prolly show butt-crack when they bend over and blend right in at NASCAR or Wal-Mart.

    But I’d rather live in a world full of those boat captains than with the entirety of Ivy-League academia.

  18. Great video, typical youtube comments.