ConflictedSubmitted by wjenkins on Thu, 09/11/2008 - 09:08
No matter how you look at it, today marks the 7th anniversary of a day that changed the United States. I'm torn about how to feel today. Should I feel a strong American pride for our resilience? Should I just shake my head and wonder if things could have been different if we would just mind our own business? Is today a day to remember the dead, or is it a day to question the leadership of this country, not just under W, but the last 10 or so presidents?
We are not blame American first people, Dr. Paul has made it very clear who he believes was responsible for the attacks promulgated 7 years ago. Yet, it is only rational that we question what made them do it. Should we be bringing that up with people today? I don't think my stomach can handle hearing one more person say "they hate us because we are rich and free."
I'm rambling a bit, but I guess I just want to know what do you all plan on doing today, if anything?