Remembering The "Lessons Of September The 11th"

Yesterday, Bush tried again to teach us about the "lessons of September the 11th" in order to justify the Iraq Spending Bill. He said, "One of the lessons of September the 11th is what happens overseas matters to the security of the United States of America, and we must not forget that lesson. The consequences of failure would be death and destruction in the Middle East and here in America." The following piece is something I wrote a while back that talks about the real "lessons of September the 11th." - Jon

Remembering The "Lessons Of September The 11th"

Jon Gold

President Bush seems to think that we have a poor memory. He seems to think that we're just not that bright.

We've got news for you President Bush. The "Lessons Of September The 11th" will be something we will NEVER forget.

Since 9/11, we have learned about things like what an "Anthrax Attack" is.

We've learned about organizations like "The Project For The New American Century", and the "Aspen Strategy Group".

We've learned that our media isn't interested in the truth.

We've learned that our Government is trying to take away our rights granted to us by the Constitution, and whatever you consider to be "The Creator".

We've learned about companies like Halliburton, and Bechtel.

We've learned that corporations like them control our Government.

We've learned what it means to be abandoned on your own soil.

We've learned what happens when your Government lies you into war.

We've EVEN learned what it means to torture a child.

As memorable as these lessons are President Bush, the worst "Lesson Of September The 11th" we've had to learn is the fact that...


So you see President Bush... we're not as forgetful as you think we are.


......Jon that was good! .....


Make sure you check out some of the links.

"So where is the oil going to come from?... The Middle East, with two-thirds of the world's oil and the lowest cost, is still where the prize ultimately lies."

Richard Cheney - Chief Executive Of Halliburton