Sunday, September 11, 2011

A Day of Reflection

Today is a solemn day for those of us in the US as we remember the terrible things that happened ten years ago. We also remember how people joined together to help each other and meet the challenges we faced.

We remember the kindness and support of our friends in other countries, especially Canadians, who did things like welcome diverted flights and tend to the shocked passengers.

We're still moving towards the promise of liberty and justice for all, but we're not going to let anything stop us. Not from the inside, and sure as hell not from the outside.
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