Saturday, September 11, 2010

Obama commemorates 9/11 with appeal for tolerance

President Obama today called out for an appeal to tolerance.  So far so good.  I'm a tolerant person.  Tolerance means that I will put up with you, but I do not necessarily agree with you or accept your viewpoint.  It does not mean that I need to celebrate a specific religion or way of life that is diametrically opposed to my values.  Obama doesn't look at it that way.  He's an internationalist who has little use for American values and sees us as a racist, bigoted, and imperialistic power that is not particular exceptional, and we have a lot to atone for,  Hence, his call for 9/11 to be a "National Day of Service".  It's a desecration to the innocent people who lost their lives on 9/11/2001 when Islamic terrorists invaded our country and took out the World Trade Center.  We as a country have suffered a lot since 9/11, through 2 wars, countless security measures at home, and the ridiculous  politically correct TSA measures at airports.

Today is a day of rememberance, not service.  It is not a day of tolerance, but a day of reflection on what happened to our country, not only on 9/11/2001 but on the decade prior.  May the families of the victims of 9/11 find peace in their hearts and love in their souls.

Update:  Well guess who came up with the idea of making 9/11 a "National Day of Service"?  None other than former and discredited Obama administration "Green Czar"  Van Jones, a 9/11 "Thuther" and an avowed communist.  Gateway Pundit has the details.  Why am I not surprised.

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