AP Photo/Andrew Harnik The 20th anniversary of the attacks on America was marked with solemn, tearful remembrance from coast to coast. Thankfully, we have the radical left in Congress to lighten the mood and supply a little much-needed laughter.
Certainly, 9/11 means many things to many people. Take the Taliban in Afghanistan. They marked 9/11 by engaging in the time-honored Islamic tradition of raising a flag over the symbol of their fallen adversary.
Some of the memories are very personal. The laying of a wreath in Shanksville by the widow of a fallen hero or military men and women recalling their rush to the recruitment office that day to enlist.
No such sentimental nonsense occupied the thoughts of the radical members of Congress on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Democrat Reps. Pramila Jayapal of Washington, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, and Judy Chu of California seethed with resentment over […]
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