Mike’s Musings

Random thoughts, opinions, ideas and prognostications on the day's events.

Twenty years ago today we were playing with our grandson in the front room of our apartment with the TV on. A special report interrupted whatever was on that there was a fire and explosion at the World Trade Center. We would soon know that this would be America’s darkest day.

Today the President of the United States has called the murderous thugs who were responsible for all the pain and suffering that day brought “businesslike and professional.” The callous, uncaring and heartless attitude of this administration defies credulity.

We can’t let this go. Call the media outlets and demand they stop carrying the water for this treacherous regime. Demand they ask the questions and insist on answers rather than allow them to dismiss them with snide remarks or fake righteous indignant.

I was proud of how our country reacted to those attacks twenty years ago. Today I feel nothing but shame and disgust over where this President has dragged us.

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