A Nurse with a Gun

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Never Forget



The first shots fired from Al Quaida were not at the World Trade Center.

To date, there has been no retaliation for the sailors who lost their lives in the terrorist war against the United States on 12 October 2000.

Read more here, at The Flopping Aces.

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5 Comments:

Blogger nature223 said...

they also seem to have a short memory for the people who died in the 9/93 attack at WTC.
God Bless the men of the USS Cole,they died a needless death from a know nothing president who led them there,to be the victims of terrorists.unable to fire a shot in defense,with unloaded guns

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Terry said...

George Bush should have prevented this.

12:01 AM  
Blogger nature223 said...

dude...that aint even funny,or profound. GHWB,didnt have the intellegence or the fbi trail established..but yeah,they never should have succeeded,they were ILLEGALS,and gotten ahold of explosives

6:32 AM  
Anonymous dave said...

First shot? We must also never forget the 19 US Servicemen that died on June 25, 1996 in the bombing of Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia. Osama Bin Laden is believed to have helped devise the plan and help obtain the bomb materials used by the Iranians that carried out the attack. It was President Bill Clinton who squandered multiple opportunities to either have Osama Bin Laden captured or assassinated between 1996 and 2000. It was Bill Clinton that ignored a Bin Laden televised video on 9/22/2000 mentioning threats to American ships; the USS Cole was attacked just 3 weeks later. Bill Clinton didn't publically express regret about letting Bin Laden remain at large until after the 9/11/2001 attacks.

Hey "terry" - Clinton was the President in 2000, not George Bush. You, Sir, are a dumbass.

1:17 PM  
Blogger TOTWTYTR said...

Dave you are wrong. Terry isn't a dumbass. He's a moron.

The radical Muslim world has been at war with the US since at least 1979 when Ahmadinnerjacket and his mob invaded our sovereign territory in Iran. Every President from Carter to Clinton, Republican or Democrat, under reacted to the increasing acts of war committed against military and civilian targets.

GWB recognized these for the acts of war, not crimes, that they were and continue to be. We're not going to lawyer our way to victory.

10:22 PM  

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