Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Never Forget

Written By: Bob - Sep• 11•12

Where I was, and what I was doing the morning of September 11, 2001 doesn’t matter. It was inconsequential to everyone but myself, especially living in a town north of New York where so many people who went to work that morning never came home.

May God bless the lost, their surviving families, and the first responders, long-term care-givers, clergy, sailors, soldiers, airmen and Marines that have sacrificed their bodies and their souls to do all that is within their power to keep something like this from ever happening again.

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  1. Holly says:

    Even 11 years later it still in so many ways feels just like it happened yesterday. Emotions still so raw. While it was a day of the most horrific tragic loss, it was also a day that for just one brief moment in time we were all united as a people. No political parties, no prejudices, no hate, no sides. Just people united.
    My heart breaks still for the many who lost their lives that day and for their families and friends who must everyday feel and grieve their losses. So many ordinary heroes of that day. Some we will never know their names, but we will forever remember the sacrifices they made.
    Now and always.