Together we must stand united and fight extremism wherever it stands. Fight for freedom, justice and Christian moral values. Honor life and fight for the oppressed. Fight for those women in Muslim nations who have no say, no free rights, no freedom of religion, of the press, of assembly, of speech… no rights to pursue happiness as THEY see fit.
Truth. Justice. And the American Way. That is who we are. THAT is what we stand for. Wherever the oppressed may be.
Remembering 9/11 from President Barack Obama today:
“Eleven times we have paused in remembrance and reflection, in unity and in purpose. This is never an easy day, but it is especially difficult for all of you, the families of nearly 3,000 innocents who lost their lives.
But no matter how many years pass, no matter how many times we come together on this hallowed ground, know this: That you will never be alone, your loved ones will never be forgotten. They will endure in the hearts of our nation because through their sacrifice they helped us make the America we are today, an America that has emerged even stronger.”
From Israel In L.A. Facebook Post:
On this solemn day, our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of the 9/11 attacks and their grieving families. As the Israeli architect of the 9/11 memorial in NYC said about his creation, we now have a place to remember and reflect as a community. http://isra.li/remember
Photo: The “Living Memorial” in Jerusalem. The only 9/11 memorial outside of the US to include the names of all the victims and their country of origin.
Remembering 9/11 today from former President George W. Bush and Laura:
On this solemn anniversary, Laura and I hold the victims of September 11th in our thoughts and prayers.
Remembering 9/11 from Sarah Palin:
“We remember that eleven years ago today nearly three thousand of our fellow Americans were killed by evil men. Every year on the anniversary of 9-11, we read out the names of those who died and comfort their families, and at military recruiting centers throughout the country, young men and women choose this day to enlist to serve their fellow Americans and ensure that something like this never happens again. While some try to move on with their lives and let the tragedy of that day recede in their memories, our men and women in uniform remain ever vigilant for us.
Today, let’s take time to remember the victims of September 11. Let’s say a prayer for their families. Let’s comfort their children left behind. And let’s also remember our men and women in uniform who enlist to protect us from tragedies like this. Let’s remember that American troops are still fighting in Afghanistan now, and they’re dying this year at an average of one a day. Let’s never forget the heavy price they pay to keep us free.”
Remembering 9/11 from Billy Graham:
“My prayer today is that we will feel the loving arms of God wrapped around us and…we will know in our hearts that He will never forsake us.” – Billy Graham at the National Cathedral 3 days after 9/11.
Remembering 9/11 from Marco Rubio:
“Today, my thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorists attacks against our nation. We will never forget those who were lost and will always remember the heroic efforts of our first responders and fellow citizens who risked, and many of whom sacrificed, their lives to save others. Eleven years later, the world remains a dangerous place and our nation remains at war. It is imperative that we continue the fight against radical Islamists, terrorist sympathizers and those who harbor them. As Americans, we should resolve to forever remember the innocent lives we lost on September 11th, and we should renew our commitment to stand for the freedoms we have always defended as the universal rights of all mankind.”
Remembering 9/11 from Joyce Meyers:
“Our thoughts and prayers are with those of you who lost loved ones on this day eleven years ago. As we remember and honor those who gave their lives on 9/11, let’s also remember that our hope in any situation is Jesus Christ. We pray that you know this hope and the comfort that only Christ can give.”
‘May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, encourage your hearts and strengthen you in every good deed and word.’ -2 Thessalonians 2:16-17
Remembering 9/11 from RNC Chairman Reince Priebus:
“Today we remember those we lost 11 years ago on Sept 11, 2001. Our hearts and prayers go out to those who lost loved ones. We owe unyielding gratitude to our men and women in uniform who have died defending our freedom- and pray for those overseas.”
Remembering 9/11 from Arizona 2012 Senate Candidate Jeff Flake:
“Eleven years ago this morning, I spent the longest hours of my life trying to find out if my wife, Cheryl, who had boarded an early morning flight out of Washington National Airport, was safe. She was. Others on September 11, 2001 were not so fortunate.
There is much we would all like to forget about that day. But the gratitude we felt for those who sacrificed their lives and the unity and resolve we felt as a country – I hope these memories stay forever with us.”
Remembering 9/11 from Newt Gingrich:
“Today we honor and remember those lost 11 years ago on 9/11 and send our thoughts and prayers to their families and friends.”
Never Forget from Comedy Facebook Meme Page Little White Lion:
“It’s a somber day in our country. We’ll get back to the humor shortly, but we wanted to take a moment to honor that tragic day 11 years ago. Never forget.”
Remembering 9/11 from The Tea Party:
“We should call it America’s day. Most people can guess what date that would be but why should it be America’s day? What was it about that day that revealed so much about America?
May we ask a favor from all of you Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Libertarians and any American? Could we please all join each other as just Americans and unite tomorrow to remember our fallen 3000 fellow Americans? Please give them a moment of silence now if you would. Thank you.”
Remembering 9/11 from former 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate Michelle Bachmann:
“Today and every day we remember the attacks on American soil that fateful September day. Eleven years later, the American people continue to come together to remember the friends, family and neighbors we lost, and the men and women in uniform who defend freedom and liberty at home and abroad. While political differences often divide us, we must never forget what binds us together – we are all sons and daughters of the United States of America, the greatest country the world has ever known.”
Remembering 9/11 from Speaker of the House John Boehner:
“Today we honor the brave patriots who lost their lives in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. You can help the National Parks Foundation complete the Flight 93 memorial with a donation of $3 or more today!
Remembering 9/11 from eBay:
“Please take a moment to remember the victims of 9/11 and the sacrifices of the brave firefighters, police and other emergency services who did not hesistate to place their own lives on the line. We will never forget.”
Remembering 9/11 from AMC Theaters:
“On this 11th anniversary, we honor those who lost their lives in that senseless tragedy.”
Remembering 9/11 from Conservative Michelle Malkin:
Remembrance is worthless without resolve. Resolve is useless without action. 11 years after the 9/11 Islamic jihadist attacks that took nearly 3,000 innocent lives, America is still blinded by political correctness. What are you doing to remain vigilant?
Remembering 9/11 From Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown:
“We will never forget the tragedy of 9/11 and the lives that were lost, just as we will never forget the sacrifices made by our troops to protect our freedoms. Today, we stand proudly as Americans first.”
Remembering 9/11 From Arizona Governor Jan Brewer:
“Eleven years have passed since the unthinkable terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, shook our Nation and changed our world. The wounds of that tragic day remain fresh, especially for the friends and family members of the nearly 3,000 innocent men and women who lost their lives at the World Trade Center, Pentagon or the field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where Flight 93 was lost.
The picture is the 9/11 Healing Field in Tempe, Arizona which has one United States flag posted in memory of each individual who died as a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
On this day, let us pay tribute to the victims of 9/11 – including the hundreds of first responders who lost their lives in a desperate bid to save people they’d never met. Let us pray for the loved ones they left behind, as well as the members of our U.S. military and intelligence agencies who devote themselves to preventing future acts of terror against Americans.
But let us also be grateful, as there is much reason for hope. Patriotism and individual liberty still burn brightly across this land. Respect for Americans of all religious faiths has not faltered. A new tower rises near Ground Zero.
Far from defeating us, the blow of 9/11 has only buoyed our Nation and strengthened our resolve. Eleven years later, perhaps this is the most fitting tribute that could be offered to the victims of that day.
In accordance with Executive Order 2010-18, I have ordered that flags be flown at half-staff at all public buildings from sunrise until sunset on Tuesday, September 11, 2012. I encourage Arizonans to join in this tribute as we honor the heroes and remember the victims of 9/11.”
Remembering 9/11 From Bishop T.D. Jakes:
“Today we pray and remember…”