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Teresa, I also bloged about Pearl Harbor today, but have you noticed that it wasn't publicized much if at all. today.One has to wonder if this will be what happened with 9-11 in a few years.
Joe, Yes, I have noticed that. Its like this administration and the MSM have forgotten about all past tragedies on our nation. How wrong that is. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Thanks for the vids. There was little mention of this today. Just like 9-11, Pearl Harbor is a reminder of when we were attacked/ More importantly, it is a reminder that people were patriotic and took action against an enemy. Can't have any patriotism, can we?
ashamedly, i wouldn't know if anyone spoke of this day. i haven't been tuned in lately to the news but i usually NEVER forget this day. this year, i did. thanks for reminding us. it was indescribable pain and loss and patriotism in one.
Matt, It sure seems this administration wants to keep patriotism to a minimum. Your right. And, that's exactly what we're doing after 9/11.
As I made my rounds tonight (and now Tuesday morning), I have to say how few Pearl Harbor tributes I saw.Thanks very much for remembering.
labcat, I think that I heard it mentioned on Fox, but otherwise I didn't hear a peep about Pearl Harbor. I bet it was pain and patriotism all rolled into one. Libs want us and the younger generations to forget why we went to war during WWII in order to pervert kids minds so they'll be against war, period, even if it means fighting for our freedom.
Thanks for the Pearl Harbon tributes. I saw few on the net today and must admit I didn't post one. I should have!
Did my comment get lost in the vastness of blog heaven yesterday? Damn, it was too brilliant to repeat.Thanks great generation !
Odie, I think your comment landed in a different post. I can't explain it but these dang machines...
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I always forget Pearl Harbor- but not out of a lack of patriotism.I would like to add my thanks to the brave men and women who fought in WWII to preserve the lives of Americans.I would also like to say (not to start a debate, but just to say) that I think removing some of the emotionalism from 9/11 and like dates is a good thing. Just think about- Bush used the upswell of emotion directly after 9/11 to get all sorts of heinous things done- from the little-publicized PATRIOT act to the DHS, to two wars that are sapping our country of money and good military men and women.
Hi Teresa, I thought I commented on this yesterday, it's been crazy lately.Thanks for this beautiful post! We need to remember all these brave people. It was a day that will live in infamy. God Bless America, and you too!
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