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Lust4Life76

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So I understand the gravity behind paying tribute to that day. I can't imagine it even when I am on a plane. But, in all honesty, why does it seem this one terrorist event that is more prevalent than others…I mean, look at the bombing that impacted Oklahoma City almost a decade ago...one of the things I remember being reported was the emphasis children were involved in that explosion. Did they even get a monument or a day of recognition? What about the compensation for all those families? And going back a little further, the wars that were fought in honor of our country not in spite of it, WWII for example, that got a monument but after 9/11? I mean sure I can split hairs, but ten years after the fact…and what do we have?

Erik

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