Feds Change 9/11 Focus From Remembrance To Community Service
As Americans mark the eighth anniversary today of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a move to turn the day's focus from mourning to community service is being met with skepticism.
Critics see the first National Day of Service and Remembrance as an attempt to downplay the tragedy that cost nearly 3,000 Americans their lives and to push a left-wing agenda, while supporters say urging Americans to volunteer is an appropriate way to honor those who died at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in a field in Pennsylvania.
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WE thought the focus of the anniversary of 9/11 should be to remember and reflect on that day. Hmmm...
However,we would be willing to volunteer to find and bring to justice Osama Bin Laden.
You remember him, right?