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This day will live in infamy, but so much good came out of it.

9/11 is a day that truly brought America together, for even a short period of time. For how often in history has it been that weakness actually made something stronger? Very often. We hear this every year, but do not let the words fly right by you due to how repetitive they are. Let them bring a nod to your head and an ache to your hearts, fellow Americans.

We must never forget the people that lost their lives to cowards and fools. We must never forget the brave men and women that lost their lives to save so many people, whether they were professionals or not. We can't forget this day, and I don't believe we will. What we might forget, however, is what came out of it. We can't forget the justice that we are fighting for, as so many have. Until all of these men and their ideals are brought to justice, there is nothing standing in the way of another 9/11, maybe one even worse than the last.

God bless the people that lost their lives on 9/11. God bless the men that still fight for their souls.
I will always remember this day as the day the American Protestant showed their cowardice. "Burn the Quran day" shows how truly weak we've become as a nation. We like to say how we're the best, and so on, but nobody's willing to put lives on the line for the sake of freedom.

I should make the point that the idea of burning the Quran is retarded, and only stupid rednecks would think it would solve anything in the first place. I'm more concerned that they didn't follow through with their actions.
Boo to you. I'm a Canadian. :(

But i still give my respect to those who lost their lives.
What would be worse, having a birthday on 9/11 or a birthday on Christmas?
I don't believe the majority of America actually supports the guy burning the Quran. Most of them probably agree, as I do, that it's horribly disrespectful and un-called for. It's a little disturbing when one radical idiot becomes the face of most Americans (or protestants in general, at that), when he really isn't.
I spent today reading the Qu'ran.
Disturbed Kat wrote:
I will always remember this day as the day the American Protestant showed their cowardice. "Burn the Quran day" shows how truly weak we've become as a nation. We like to say how we're the best, and so on, but nobody's willing to put lives on the line for the sake of freedom.

I should make the point that the idea of burning the Quran is retarded, and only stupid rednecks would think it would solve anything in the first place. I'm more concerned that they didn't follow through with their actions.

If you lost a loved one by something like 9/11, I believe you would want to burn something too.
Ganing wrote:
Disturbed Kat wrote:
I will always remember this day as the day the American Protestant showed their cowardice. "Burn the Quran day" shows how truly weak we've become as a nation. We like to say how we're the best, and so on, but nobody's willing to put lives on the line for the sake of freedom.

I should make the point that the idea of burning the Quran is retarded, and only stupid rednecks would think it would solve anything in the first place. I'm more concerned that they didn't follow through with their actions.

If you lost a loved one by something like 9/11, I believe you would want to burn something too.

Yes yes, let's burn the religious book of the largest religion in the world because a group of people that don't even represent their religion did something bad to us.
Pretty sure it's the second largest next to Christianity. I'm pretty sure it's also the fastest-growing religion, though. Just clarifying, not trying to make a point or anything.
EnigmaticGallivanter wrote:
Ganing wrote:
Disturbed Kat wrote:
I will always remember this day as the day the American Protestant showed their cowardice. "Burn the Quran day" shows how truly weak we've become as a nation. We like to say how we're the best, and so on, but nobody's willing to put lives on the line for the sake of freedom.

I should make the point that the idea of burning the Quran is retarded, and only stupid rednecks would think it would solve anything in the first place. I'm more concerned that they didn't follow through with their actions.

If you lost a loved one by something like 9/11, I believe you would want to burn something too.

Yes yes, let's burn the religious book of the largest religion in the world because a group of people that don't even represent their religion did something bad to us.

Still, they burn our flags, why can't we burn their book?
Ganing wrote:
EnigmaticGallivanter wrote:
Ganing wrote:
Disturbed Kat wrote:
I will always remember this day as the day the American Protestant showed their cowardice. "Burn the Quran day" shows how truly weak we've become as a nation. We like to say how we're the best, and so on, but nobody's willing to put lives on the line for the sake of freedom.

I should make the point that the idea of burning the Quran is retarded, and only stupid rednecks would think it would solve anything in the first place. I'm more concerned that they didn't follow through with their actions.

If you lost a loved one by something like 9/11, I believe you would want to burn something too.

Yes yes, let's burn the religious book of the largest religion in the world because a group of people that don't even represent their religion did something bad to us.

Still, they burn our flags, why can't we burn their book?

To show them we can have a bit more class and tolerance over them. I hate to say this, but imagine they're the troll, and you're the poster. If they're pissing you off, and you're doing something even worse or equal. you're feeding the troll and shit won't get resolved. In war there is no moderator to just ban both of you or some such bullshit.
True true...
What is burning anything going to help? Also, what if the guy just burnt the Quran without making it public, would these people up in arms even care?
Do we really have to copy the ENTIRE branch of replies? Cut it off to the stuff that matters so it doesn't look like a spam contest.
Fugsnarf wrote:
Do we really have to copy the ENTIRE branch of replies? Cut it off to the stuff that matters so it doesn't look like a spam contest.

You're just jealous I was winning.
xD well I edited mine for ya.
See, you tards can't read. The issue I was bringing up wasn't that they were burning someone's book, it was that they said they were going to, than backed out like a bunch of cowards.

The hick pastor behind it should be lynched to show everyone now isn't the time to play lightly. We're at war, and everyone seems to be meandering along as if it's not a big deal.
Disturbed Kat wrote:
See, you tards can't read. The issue I was bringing up wasn't that they were burning someone's book, it was that they said they were going to, than backed out like a bunch of cowards.

The hick pastor behind it should be lynched to show everyone now isn't the time to play lightly. We're at war, and everyone seems to be meandering along as if it's not a big deal.

you posted something here?
EnigmaticGallivanter wrote:
you posted something here?

If you can't keep up, please go back to BYOND Anime. Thanks.
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