Friday, September 11, 2009

Eight Years Later: Why Is There Still A Hole at Ground Zero?

On this day of remembrance, we honor all Americans who died on 9/11 or in the battles fought in the name of 9/11 by remaining vigilant engaged citizens in the search for truth. That is how I choose to pay my respects to those who through no fault of their own tragically lost their lives and left behind friends, family and co-workers. This day is a reminder that there are many still broken hearts and changed lives. 9/11 is not a photo op to promote the political agenda of any politician or political party. The fact that it is should cause thinking Americans to pause. To quote another HuffPo commenter: "How can anyone who calls themselves a "lover of freedom" not find it appalling that the information surrounding the events of 9/11 should be blacked out from the public? It does not make any sense that any conservative, freedom-loving individual would find it strange to want the truth to be told about what took place. This is not some partisan issue." The Truth About the 9/11 Truth Movement is that under no circumstances should participation or affiliation in it ever be considered some "Litmus Test" of Patriotism or lack thereof. Patriotism is not blind submissiveness to government, nor loyalty to any particular leader or party. Patriotism is vigilance in protecting and preserving the US Constitution from all enemies foreign or domestic who would incrementally pervert or overthrow it, or trample upon the many rights, freedoms and sovereignties of the people. Thus, it is simply unacceptable to brow beat and label those who ask questions, as being unpatriotic. Ironically, it is the very same people who pose around the American Flag to burnish their patriotic brand who beat down those who ask questions. "9/11 Truthers" are not radicals who hate America. The truth is that it is just plain hard to know what the truth really is anymore.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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