Michelle Malkin Reminds Us
While it has now been seven years since attacks of September 11, 2001, the memory and horror of that day remains fresh in my own mind. Never did I imagine that we would remain free from further attacks, and for that, I gratefully blame the Bush Administration and its courageous (and sometimes inept) efforts–despite all the whining, screaming, and hysteria to the contrary–to do what it thought was right in order to protect America.
Once again, I want to thank the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces; from the Commander-in-Chief down to all the volunteers risking their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq, for taking the fight to the enemy.
No matter what happens in the future, I honor and am humbled by the sacrifice they have all chosen to make to keep me and my family safe. That any American would doubt the committment to professionalism and compassion of our military personnel; and the everyday courage and heroism they display–is beyond comprehension.
They unreservedly deserve our deepest honor, respect and gratitude.