Carol Platt Liebau: We Cannot Afford to Forget

Thursday, June 30, 2005

We Cannot Afford to Forget

What is it with the Democrats being so allergic to any mention of 9/11? Byron York discusses the importance of more discussion of 9/11, not less.

And as upsetting as they are, we need to see more pictures of 9/11. We need to remember what that day was like -- so that our resolve to guard against another one never falters. All of us should, in my view, be posting the terrible images like this one

so that Americans can readily remember the truth, and not be lulled by Kennedy/Pelosi/Durbin et al.'s siren songs promising another holiday from history.

What are we fighting for? To prevent another day of grief, shock and horror like 9/11. Can we succeed? No one knows for certain -- but like Ronald Reagan said, "I don't believe in a fate that will fall on us no matter what we do. I do believe in a fate that will fall upon us if we do nothing."


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