The American people have long ago put 9/11 behind them. It will take another "big" event to get their attention again. Sadly, if these Muslim terrorists are indeed able to pull off a nuclear explosion of some sort or a chemical attack, say a large qty of saran gas introduced in a sky scraper air-handler system, 9/11 will appear insignificant.
9/11 will appear insignificant.
What concerns me is that even after a >9/11 attack, who would we attack? Is there a possiblity that our hands would be tied because we couldn't pinpoint a responsible nation? Al Queada is in many countries - if a cell in London pulls it off, are we going to bomb London? Personally, I'd like to get rid of all of these creeps, but I am afraid we would take that attack and hold more memorial services, especially if Dims are in charge.
posted on 11/14/2006 12:33:15 AM PST
(Hey Kerry, I'm still here; still hating your lying, stinking, guts you coward.)
Some have put 9-11 behind them. I hope it isn't most. Sadly, an opportunity escaped. I had never thought our nation could be so mobilized, but it was, and not by the call of any leader, but our deep sense of grief and outrage. Because our leaders lacked the wisdom to utilize a self-mobilized people, we returned to our old ways. We will most certainly have to suffer another tragic loss before we can be galvanized as one.
I personally feel such a time is rapidly approaching. It has been too quiet here in the states. If the UK is aware of approximately 30 planned attacks in various stages of implementation within their own nation, I have a dire sense attacks of similar proportion and preparedness are already underway here also, and were initiated well before the elections.
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