Yes I know this is older, but it’s fitting.


Remember Obama fan you asked for this.


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“At its heart, the Occupy movement is about creating a democratic society in which everyone matters, there is dignity in working together across differences, and there is enough for everyone. Is this vision tantamount to socialism? No. Once upon a time, we called this “American.”

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Not For Sale!

Posted: September 11, 2011 in Uncategorized


Al Qaeda issued a statement Friday, finally confirming that their leader Osama bin Laden was in fact killed. The letter was signed by the “general leadership” and said:

“We stress that the blood of the holy warrior sheik, Osama bin Laden, God bless him, is precious to us and to all Muslims” the statement said according to the A.P., adding that his death would not “go in vain.” The statement also said, “We will remain, God willing, a curse chasing the Americans and their agents, following them outside and inside their countries.”

According to SITE which ran three pages Al Qaeda will not die with it’s founder and that its members would “continue on the path of jihad.” Bin Laden’s blood, they added, would not be “wasted in vain.”

“It will remain, with permission from God the Almighty, a curse that chases the Americans and their agents, and goes after them inside and outside their countries,” the letter said.   “Soon — with help from God — their happiness will turn into sorrow, and their blood will be mixed with their tears.”

My Take:  These people are pissed off. Does anyone really think for one second that just because bin Laden is dead that they will just go sit in a corner and cry like school girls who we’re dumped at the prom? Osama bin Laden was nothing more than a figurehead at this point. There’s plenty left to do. We must not stop until all remnants of Al Qaeda are destroyed.

A few minutes ago on May 5, 2011, Arab TV announced that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khameini requested Iran’s President Ahmadinejad to step down from his post. This has not been confirmed nor verified by Western media as yet, however, it has been reported that several of his close aides are already under arrest.

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One can only hope this is going to actually happen. It hasn’t yet. Might not even. But we can hope and pray. And maybe somewhere in the near future possibly start to have some normalized relations with Iran.

No matter what id take this with a grain of salt.

I Remember exactly where I was on 9/11/2001. I remember exactly what I was doing.

At the time I worked as the IT Manager for a company in Fort Lauderdale called “South Beach Gold”. That morning my boss came into my office and said “a plane just crashed into the World Trade Center”. Being the joker he (he had a morbid sense of humor” was I said “yeah Jerry whatever”. He replied “I wish this was one of my sick jokes”, it was then I looked up from my monitor and saw the look of fear in his eyes. We walked to his office and I saw it for myself, sadly within minutes the second tower was struck and it was then we looked at eachother and said this was no accident.

I remember my now ex-wife calling me, she was hysterical. Her father worked for and retired from the Port Authority and her older brother worked in Tower (North) One as an electrician.

I remember saying to her “where are you now”, she said “at home”.

I remember telling Jerry “I need to go home and be with my wife”. Without questioning me, he said “go to her”.

I remember sitting in traffic, frantically trying to call my brother in law, to no avail.

I remember getting home and seeing my wife sitting on the floor crying her eye’s out and yelling at her phone “ANSWER Paul PLEASE ANSWER”.

I remember feeling helpless because there was nothing I could do to calm the woman I loved. She felt like her entire world was crumbing around her. She practically grew up in the Twin Towers, as she reminded me many times over the next several days.

I remember finding out that same week, that my mother in law had passed away from the effects of breast cancer, leaving my wife feeling even more helpless and me feeling like there was nothing in the world I wouldn’t do for her, but couldn’t.

I remember listening to President Bush’s press conference and not hearing a word.

I remember… How the people of this country came together and helped one another, like one big community.

I remember finding out my brother in law was alive and safe in New Jersey almost a week later, he forgot his phone at home and was stuck in Jersey because they were only allowing emergency personel to cross the bridge. He slept in his car for almost a week.

I remember the look of joy on my wifes face knowing her brother was alive.

I also remember the look on her face when she realized this was not over.

If anyone thinks that just because Osama bin Laden is dead that we should bring the troops home…

Remember this is not over.