December 7: spare me the 9/11 stuff, please

Pearl Harbor was Pearl Harbor. A lot of people got killed, and they deserve to be remembered. It was the beginning of WWII, and a whole lot of people got killed, but it was something we had to do, and we did it. Everybody sacrificed.

Please don’t, Mr. Bush and Mr. Giuliani, try to roll Pearl Harbor into 9/11 and the Iraq War and the War on Terror and torture and Guantanamo and war profiteering and lying and a bunch of things we as Americans are ashamed of.


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One response to “December 7: spare me the 9/11 stuff, please

  1. Absolutely … Pearl Harbor Day is a tragedy in its own, and it should be remembered on its own.

    There are lessons to learn about vigilance and awareness, but these have nothing to do with the opportunism by certain political hacks.

    Nearly 3,000 men and women were killed 66 years ago today. I think that politicking on it is inappropriate.

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