In Remembrance of 9/11

Today we remember the fate of so many souls lost on September 11th. We remember the towers crashing to the ground and the plane that was stopped from destroying our White House because of brave people that stood up to terrorism. Today we mark our calendars and minds and hearts with remembrance of that horrific day 15 years ago.

But we must not forget those souls we lost 4 years ago in Bengazi, Libya. Our ambassador, a state employee and the two brave men trying to save both of them. We mustn’t forget the men who went in to protect our ambassador and put their lives at risk not knowing what was in store for them on that fateful day. We must remember Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty.

And we must not forget that according to one of our candidates running for president says that we did not lose any lives in Libya.

Yes we did. And they were good men sent to an area that was rife with terror.

Let us not forget our fallen men in Bengazi.

Let us not forget those we lost in the Twin Towers and Pentagon.

Let us not forget.


2 thoughts on “In Remembrance of 9/11

  1. And I would add to the list the thousands of lives lost in our misguided war in Iraq…our nationalist fueled response to the 9/11 attacks that totally destabilized the Middle East. Let’s not forget them,either.

    • I applaud that on so many levels. We (my family) were discussing that today. How 15 years ago I was cheering our President, who’s only goal, I think now, was to finish his daddy’s war. And what did it fix other than to destabilize the Middle East? I honor the men lost, but oh, did they fight a useful war? I don’t think they did. So So sad.

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