Obama: 9/11 Isn't 'Just About Us'
August 30, 2011
The Obama Administration is circulating two sets of 9/11 talking points memos — one for governments and consulates overseas and a second for domestic citizens — that provide guidelines about how to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the 2001 New York terrorist attacks.
In the foreign guidelines, the White House urges present the presentation of "a positive, forward-looking narrative." A White House official is quoted in the New York Times saying it's important to "show the world how much we realize that 9/11 — the attacks themselves and violent extremism writ large — is not 'just about us.'"
Source: New York Times
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Ric Walters @ 8/31/2011 7:49 AM
As usual, the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is more concerned about the sensitivity of murderous thugs than he is about how those thugs attacked America. Let's just apologize in for providing them such attractive targets to fly hijacked airplanes into. Let's forget that none of the terrorists was a Methodist or Baptist, let alone a Jew or Mormon. He'd have nothing to apologize for had they been anything other than what they were: Islamic cowards.
Someone please take the him to the graves of each victim of the terrorists. Introduce him to the families whose lives were devastated by cowardly Islamic terrorists. Have him talk to the widows/widowers and children who's mom or dad didn't come home on 9/11. He needs a slap in the face every bit as sharp as the one he's giving those folks...or is it his middle finger?
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