Skip to comments.Hitting the Snooze Button: Dec. 7, Sept. 11
Posted on 12/05/2010 9:22:17 PM PST by stolinsky
Both of these days began with fine weather and bright sunshine. Both days began with complacent Americans who planned to spend that day, and many subsequent days, in their usual, peaceful activities. Both days began with other people who had other plans. Both days ended with many Americans dead, and the rest awakened from their peaceful slumbers.
December 7 was a Sunday. Some people slept late. Others went to church. Personnel at the U.S. Navy Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and at Hickam Army Airfield were on their usual Sunday schedule. Sailors in dress whites stood at attention on the decks of battleships moored on battleship row, waiting for the band to strike up the National Anthem as the flag was raised. Out of a clear blue sky came Japanese planes filled with bombs and torpedoes.
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Woah - okay. But the article seemed factual enough. A little background would be nice as to what's up.
i’m waiting for someone to declare open season on progressives... then it’d be clubbing time
progressives... i hate them with a hard passion. why? because they are the enemy of my country and everything it stands for.
go to Arlington. walk around for a bit and realize, every single person in that graveyard is spinning