Today marks the 18th year for remembrance of the September 11th horrific terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
Four planes were hijacked by the Islamic extremist Al Qaeda terrorists killing all of the passengers onboard and thousands on the ground. It was a moment in history that we never imagined would ever happen since the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II. It is a moment in time we will never forget.
From that horrific day emerged a country united in patriotism like we haven’t seen since World War II. All of the first responders who so valiantly worked to save as many lives as possible were immortalized as heroes to everyone. We idolized them. They were our heroes.
I hope that today, as we currently live in a country where our politicians and media continually strive to divide us, that we remember September 11, 2001.
Remember how we united as a country. Remember how we refused to be a victim. Remember how we honored our first responders. And remember how we became stronger as a nation.
It frightens me to think of how much our politicians have subscribed to such extreme intolerance of each other. Especially the extreme liberals trying to promote a socialist government. What happened to our pride and our unity as a nation? What happened to America the great? America the land of the free? What happened to our patriotism?
I do hope they recognize and show our heroes the true appreciation they deserve.
We at Unpolitically Correct want to recognize and say thank you once again to all of the brave men and women who have survived to tell their story. And to all of those who gave their lives to save others then and now.
You will forever be honored and respected. And never forgotten.