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June 20, 2005

9/11 Families for a Safe and Strong America

This is a site I discovered while visiting Chrenkoff's blog, and it serves a highly important purpose: to inform the American public about plans to sensitize the World Trade Center site in a politically correct fashion.
So tell me, at Ground Zero, should we carve in cement and bury in an underground 50,000 square foot museum the names of the nearly 3,000 people that Islamic terrorists murdered that day? Should visitors to the World Trade Center's memorial be left to wonder what happened that day and where the artifacts of 9/11 are? Above ground, should we build a park with reflecting pools, a cultural center, and a 300,000 square foot International Freedom Center where visitors can hear lectures and discussions on why they all hated us, what we did to bring 9/11 upon ourselves, and the correct world-view future generations must choose so they won't hate us and attack us anymore? Why not also discuss all of man's inhumanities to man, especially those by Americans on Americans and all the other people in the world, since time immortal while we are at it in order to promote our own political agenda?

Does this all sound like a good idea to you?

Not to me, and it shouldn't to you either. We need to make sure the PC, hate-America Left doesn't hijack Ground Zero for their purposes. Link the site and do what you can to show your support of an appropriate memorial for the lives lost on 9/11.

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