Thursday, August 24, 2006

America Remembers. Mark your calendars

this via email from the freaks at Move America Forward, who are evil, stupid, like the rest of the degenerati.
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS

THIS SEPTEMBER 11th

Move America Forward announces the 9/11 "America Remembers" event - the largest 9/11 observance that will take place in the Western U.S. This memorable tribute and memorial will take place at the State Capitol in Sacramento, California - West Steps.

The official start time for the program will be 7:30 PM and it will end at 10:00 PM. Members of the public may begin arriving to secure a location as early as 5:30 PM.

There will be both patriotic and inspirational music and performances, speeches by 9/11 search & rescue teams, tributes to the men & women of the United States Armed Forces as well as the heroes of 9/11 - the police, firefighters, EMTs, as well as the brave passengers of Flight 93.

There will be a candlelight vigil to honor those who lost their lives and prayers for the safety and security of all those who work each day to make sure our nation never suffers another "9/11" again.

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For more information on the "America Remembers" 9/11 event - the largest such observation in the Western U.S. - contact John Ubaldi of Move America Forward at john@MoveAmericaForward.org

Mr. Ubaldi is a Marine Corps Reservist who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

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America Remembers. Mark your calendars so that you don't forget.

3 comments:

Kathleen said...

Very timely release of Oliver Stone's new movie on 9/11.

On the East Coast around NYC, 9/11 is still very vivid, many survivor families. The truth is going to be even more painful.

rimone said...

fuck that 'America Remembers', as if we could ever forget. they should've called it 'amerika remembers' and they would've been nearer to their worldview.

*musing* i wonder why they didn't go all out and do it in NYC, the place where America REALLY remembers?

fuckin' assholes.

lukery said...

but but but 'the biggest remembering on the west coast'