Sunday, September 10, 2006

Ladies and gents, we're still alive by the skin of our teeth

For you and me, today is probably like most other days. We'll mark our religious observations, we'll watch a little football, and we'll think about the things we need to do tomorrow. This is where the left takes a dramatic turn from the rest of us, and wanders off into "reality-based" territory.

You see, for the left, tomorrow is also the time to flip back to the first page of their calendars and start the whole year over again. It's time to flip their calendars all the way back to September 10, 2001.
For the left, there's nothing special about tomorrow. For the left, the most pressing issue of the day is an argument about a movie that makes Clinton's legacy look bad. For the left, the biggest concerns are how to register more Democrat voters and if falling oil prices will hurt the effort to retake control of Congress in November. For the left, there are no islamic jihadis who will slay and be slain until shariah rules the world. For the left, tomorrow is another Monday...

For the rest of us, tomorrow is September 11th.

Don't ever forget what happened five years ago tomorrow. It wasn't the first jihadist attack against America, and it wasn't the last, but it should have clarified in an instant for every freedom-loving citizen of Western civilization exactly what we are fighting against. The fact that some of us didn't get that message speaks volumes.

I don't know if I'll be posting anything tomorrow, because life does in fact go on... but today is a good day to look at memoriams from the preceding four years and make plans for doing something to mark the anniversary. I do know that for me tomorrow isn't any other Monday. Tomorrow is -- first and foremost -- September 11th.

World Trade Center Hit

Don't forget what happened on that day. Don't ever forget.


Blogger Rachy said...

Fuuuuuuuuuck. I really hope that Osama gets caught soon

6:43 AM, September 21, 2006  
Blogger cece said...

No Carp.

Way to disturb my thoughts.

Luff ya anyway

1:57 AM, September 26, 2006  

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