September 11th 2001 our world changed forever because of the cowardly actions of a sick and demented ideology. As a Nation and as Americans we cried, we mourned and we got angry. But as Americans we pulled ourselves out of the ashes and came together, we stood proud, we stood strong…we stood together. I can’t think of a time in my life where we, the American people, were more united. 14 years later we’ve never been more divided as a nation then we’ve been since the Civil War. The very people who have taken an oath to protect this country have divided us, weakened us and now aids and comforts the very sick and demented ideology that cowardly attacked us 14 years ago…it’s a disgrace to every person who died on 9/11 and every person who’s died, in the service to this country, since.
If we want to honor those who’ve died we need to bridge the divide and come together again as a nation. No more talk about honoring those who’ve died, lets honor them with our actions, lets honor them by the way we live our lives, lets honor them by once again making us the strongest and the most feared Nation on Earth. We accomplish that by putting our petty differences aside, coming together and demanding that our elected officials put America first and stop destroying the very things that make America great!…if they don’t we force them too. If we truly want to honor the victims of 9/11 and every person who’s died in the service of our country past, present and future, we honor them by working hard and fighting to protect the very things that make us the Greatest Nation on Earth, not by remembering them once a year. On every anniversary of 9/11 I hear people say how they get pissed off every year as if it happened yesterday…I’ve been pissed off every day since it happened and disgusted at what “WE” let happen to our country! 9/11 is not the time of year we should be getting mad, 9/11 is that one day a year we should be holding our heads down in shame!
Michael Graham III
Founder of The Three Percenters Club