Archive for September, 2012
» posted on Friday, September 28th, 2012 at 5:31 pm by OutwithJoe
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» posted on Friday, September 28th, 2012 at 5:11 pm by OutwithJoe
Tune to AM 830 WCRN or listen online (click to listen button on this site) from 7 to 9 am on Saturday the 29th. Senator Moore will join us in the 8 O’clock hour
Senator Richard T. Moore, represents fourteen Central Massachusetts towns in the Massachusetts Senate. His priorities in the current legislative term are putting people back to work and making state government work again for the people of this state. He is among the leaders in the Senate fighting for programs to help small businesses to succeed and grow, and to make state government more efficient and accountable to the voters.
Senator Moore, as Senate Chairman of the Massachusetts Legislature’s Committee on Health Care Financing, has been in the forefront of issues affecting the health of the people of Massachusetts since his appointment in 1999 to lead the health committee by then-Senate President Thomas Birmingham. His imprint can be found on nearly every piece of health care legislation enacted in Massachusetts during the past decade.
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» posted on Thursday, September 27th, 2012 at 8:15 am by DaTechGuy
Strangest story I saw this week, the front page story of the Drug Dealer who is constantly putting up bail for his homeys
A drug dealer arrested in a large cocaine sting earlier this month has been using cash earned from the sale of drugs to bail out his alleged dealers and others involved in cocaine trafficking, according to police.
Hey one of the basics of running a successful business is taking care of your employees
There is a Poll out of Pittsburgh showing only a two point gap between President Obama and Mitt Romney, strangely enough while the Pittsburgh Tribune is talking about this poll and the Lonely Conservative has written on it, the MSM hasn’t said a word.
This poll is +6 D in the state yet all Obama can manage is a +2 in the poll.
If you can explain to me how Barack Obama is a shoe-in yet is only up 2 pts in Pennsylvania you’re a smarter man than me.
Speaking of explanations there is a general rule that if you are ahead, you tend to go to states that your opponents might have a lead and start to make a move to force them to use resources in states they normally would not.
That being the case can someone explain why he was campaigning in Milwaukee Wisconsin? Just last week the media was telling us he was up 14 points in this state?
Meanwhile the there is a poll the MSM has not had any problem reporting on:
The New York Times, in collaboration with Quinnipiac University and CBS News, is tracking the presidential race with recurring polls in six states. In Ohio — which no Republican has won the presidency without — Mr. Obama is leading Mr. Romney 53 percent to 43 percent in the poll. In Florida, the president leads Mr. Romney 53 to 44 percent in the poll.
The surveys, which had margins of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for each candidate, also included a Pennsylvania poll, where Mr. Obama is leading Mr. Romney by 12 percentage points.
Being a calm and rational type I took the liberty of looking at the internals of this poll and discovered two things that didn’t make sense:
In Ohio & Florida Mitt Romney is leading among independents
Mitt Romney is getting 91-92% of the republican vote
Well that’s odd if you are leading among independents and still drawing 91% plus of your own party it it’s pretty hard to be down 10+ or so in a poll at least it would be if you didn’t look at the samples
So you have the media oversampling the Dems to the nth degree and the president campaigning in states that are supposedly safe, with interesting results
The pavilion was not “filled”–a local reporter for Patch.com filmed empty seats in the bleachers at the side of the arena (see above). Nevertheless, the Journal-Sentinal played it safe, putting attendance at roughly 5,000-plus, a small but respectable turnout.
That’s not how national media covered it. Darren Samuelsohn of Politico reported that the president addressed “a crowd the Obama campaign estimated at 18,000 in a city park overlooking Lake Michigan” in an attempt to “lock up” Wisconsin.
Laura Meckler of the Wall Street Journal–whose news section, according to UCLA professor Tim Groseclose, is the most liberal of any major mainstream outlet–repeated the campaign’s 18,000 claim without even revealing the source of the official-sounding estimate.
I’m sorry but if you have to use D+9 samples to generate a lead and then have to over report the size of rallies in blue states by a factor of 3 that suggests there is reason for panic in the land of Obama
As I’ve said over and over again, look at what people are doing, not what people are saying.
I’m typing this paragraph on the ground in front of a podium in Atkinson NH waiting for the GOP candidate for Governor Ovide Lamontagne & NJ Governor Chris Christie who will be speaking to a crowd that a bit over 200 as of the time I sat down on the blacktop.
You don’t hear a lot about NH in the MSM, I suspect that’s because the news out of the state is not going to be very good for the left
One of the people I ran into was Tom Duggan
Tom didn’t like how the MSM and the newspapers were covering the news, so he started a paper of his own. It’s a monthly called the Valley Patriot and he does a lot of the leg work himself.
It’s not quite the same as being a blogger but it’s there
Speaking of the NH Race living in Massachusetts I see all the NH commercials as we share a media market including the ads for Democrat Maggie Hassan. Of course I say “Democrat” because I’m able to confirm that online, if you were looking at her ads you would have no idea what party she belongs to or who the current president is.
When I see Maggie proudly touting the name Barack Obama THEN tell me how good he is doing in the polls.
Have you heard of my subscription only commentaries? For as little as $2 a week you can get premium commentaries not available to the public. Here is the teaser for this week’s bit
The full version is here and just the price of a Starbucks coffee away.
This week’s Doctor who episode The Power of Three was not only the best of the season so far, but was the best of the run of Matt Smith.
One of the best parts of the episode is the use the character of Rory’s father (Played brilliantly by Mark Williams of Arthur Weasley fame). With Amy & Rory leaving next episode I’m thinking it’s a crying shame he wasn’t introduced earlier.
Finally I mentioned Chris Christie’s speech I have the full think linked above but the close is so incredible that it deserves it’s own clip:
Remember this image as is leave, everybody feels this same way about this no matter what state you live in.
This is about will our children be able to raise their children here where we grew up right? So in New Hampshire for all of you who love this state and helped to build it, what’s going to happen? if we don’t make the change that needs to happen, if we don’t elect Ovide governor and go in that course
Then for all those little league games and soccer tournaments, for all those Christmas concerts and spring plays and for all those little birthday parties around the kitchen table that as grandparents you get to go to now because your children are raising their children right here in NH If this is no longer a place where they can get a good paying job If this is no longer a place where they can afford to buy a home, if this is no longer a place where there’s a great education to help them take their children to the next height they’re gonna to leave.
They’re gonna to leave where that becomes available And then you are going to become airplane grandparents and you won’t make those little league games not all of them, or those soccer tournaments or those Christmas concerts or spring plays and worse yet you won’t make those little birthday parties around the kitchen table which is where the fabric of our life is woven
If this kind of speech was given in Massachusetts years ago, maybe we wouldn’t have 5 less electoral votes then when I was born and I wouldn’t be advising my kids to move away.
» posted on Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 at 10:44 am by OutwithJoe
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» posted on Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 at 10:40 am by OutwithJoe
I’ve asked this question to a number of people and most of them respond as if I were crazy. They tell me that this is America, land of the free, and that there will always be elections. I tell them that we are no longer the land of the free and that if Obama gets re-elected in 2012 that this just may be America’s last election.
In the past three years, the Obama administration has been very carefully crafting the nation for a political take over by his Marxist regime and this isn’t just my opinion.
Popular radio talk show host (of the Savage Nation on the Talk Radio Network), Michael Savage, is the son of Russian immigrants and is very familiar with Soviet and European history. Savage warned his listeners saying, “I have to tell you that if this man, God forbid, is the next president of the United States, we’re going to be living in something along the lines of – people say – Europe. I don’t believe it’s going to be like Europe – I think it will be closer to Chavez’s South American dictatorship.
“This is the most corrupt, incompetent, dangerous tyrannical administration in American history. It’s not politics as usual. It’s not just Democrats versus Republicans. Obama has a long history of being at odds with American values and with America itself and the core principles of this country. They don’t want government-sponsored opinions. They only want government-sponsored ‘Pravda.’ That’s exactly what the government-media complex tells you on a daily basis – nothing but the government-media complex party line.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum told a small group of people in an Iowa coffee house that“Barack Obama is not incompetent, ladies and gentleman. He knows exactly what he’s doing and why he’s doing it.He sees America differently than you see America.”
Obama has gone out of his way to divide this country in a way I haven’t seen since the Great Depression when Franklin Roosevelt went around to divide his country. That’s his hero. What makes America great in Obama’s mind is that the government takes money from somebody and gives it to somebody else. No, that’s what makes America, France.
“With his control over the Executive and Judicial branches of the government, the stage is set for a complete takeover of the government. Think about it! Since taking office, instead of helping the economy,Obama has purposely escalated the economic crisis by plunging the country into unprecedented debt. He has a number of programs that are designed to go into effect in January 2013, just in time for his second term of office. The economic burden and increased taxes on everyone will be enough to cause the final economic collapse of the country. As soon as that happens, Obama declares Martial Law and assumes dictatorial control of the nation.
The Department of Justice has already been subverting federal laws to strip us of a number of freedoms. The Supreme Court and many of the other federal courts have been seeded with socialistic liberal judges that will rule in Obama’s favor on virtually anything, thus ending constitutional rule and law.
He’s already changing the face of America’s military. Allowing homosexuals to openly serve along with changing the retirement program is causing many conservative military leaders to resign commissions and leave the military.
Obama has been wielding executive powers this past year as if he were already a dictator. When Congress is not doing his bidding, he simply bypasses them and uses an executive order to accomplish it anyway. This has set the stage for his disbandment of Congress. He would not be the first world leader to take control of a nation and disband the legislative branch of government.
He has been effectively using the media to anesthetize the public to the dangers he poses. Like a patient being prepped for surgery, people are numb to the changes and won’t have a clue what took place until they wake up in recovery and realize that free America has been removed and replaced with a regime that may parallel those of Stalin, Lenin, Mussolini, Hitler, Chavez and Castro.
For the sake of our children and grandchildren, I earnestly pray that we are spared from what seems a certain future and that Obama is overwhelmingly defeated in 2012. Otherwise, heaven help us.
PLEASE, PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO ALL YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESSES!
If you disagree, then just delete it!
OBAMA MUST BE DEFEATED IN 2012!
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» posted on Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 at 10:37 am by OutwithJoe
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» posted on Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 at 10:07 am by DaTechGuy
A French Judge demands an Italian Mag needs to turn over topless photos of Kate Middleton, personally I think he wants to see the royal pair he should by the mag like everyone else.
When I look at the MSM lately I see the backwards word that I remember from the old Bizarro stores from Superman in the 60’s Hot is cold, rich is poor, etc etc etc.
The biggest example is the shocking, SHOCKING video of Mitt Romney suggesting that Barack Obama has a base core of support of about 47% and the more shocking proposition that he simply isn’t going to be able to persuade that group.
Considering that John McCain took 47% of the vote last time the reverse is also true but Mitt Romney said something that has really outraged the folks of the left, he dared DARED to suggest that there are people who make their fortunes who benefit from the government giving them money are unlikely to support a candidate who wants to make Washington live within it’s means and that a candidate who wants to win might focus his attention on the voters who he might win.
You would think Mitt killed the Limburgh baby (if a 3rd party ad featuring a 100 yr old lady accusing the family of being involved I’m sure David Gregory would investigate) the MSM decried, denounced the video declared it the worst thing anyone ever saw. People who claim to be serious actually suggested the election was over and Mitt should pull out of the race. Stephanie Cuter of the Obama Campaign was feted on MSNBC as she hit Gov Romney for saying these things to a $50,000 crowd “Behind Closed Doors”
Mitt should take that “47%” fundraiser video and just plunk “I’m Mitt Romney, and I approve this message” on the end.
— Dennis Miller Show (@DennisDMZ) September 19, 2012
But lets leave that aside a sec, the very evening this all this came Down Barack Obama was attending a $40,000 a head fundraiser with bigwig celebs in Manhattan.
Will the same media that was so hard on Mitt Romney’s words behind closed doors demand video from Tuesday night’s event? Do you really have to ask?
Speaking of Data we should be seeing there are huge developments in the Brett Kimberlin case that has gone to court specifically concerning discovery:
Last Friday, two motions were heard in the Circuit Court in Prince William County (VA). The first was Mr. Kimberlin’s Motion for Continuance that we examined a few days ago. Denied! The second was Mr. Walker’s Motion to Compel Discovery which was, of course, granted. . . .
I haven’t seen a copy of the order yet, but if the judge was generous and allowed him the normal 21-day response time again, Brett Kimberlin now owes answers by 5 October. Under oath.
I always remember that Gene Hackman movie Class Action when he plays the lawyer suing a car company and has that exchange with the witness over the veracity of a witness
So he says
So he says Under Oath!
Stacy McCain understands what that means:
William J. Hoge’s emphasis on the phrase under oath represents the biggest danger to Kimberlin, a man seemingly incapable of telling the truth. And as Walker himself points out, Kimberlin has actually indicated he’ll plead the Fifth Amendment – in a civil suit?
I suspect Kimberlin is going to hold out until at least after the election to cover the people who are paying the bills, but I suspect we will see the Kimberlin info before we see the Obama videos from Tuesday. But I’d say it might be time to panic.
Back in April & May I was hitting the local radio station in my home town (Fitchburg MA) for carrying the Yankees rather than the Red Sox.
With the Yanks in the playoffs and the Sox in last place I guess the laugh is on me but my loyalties aren’t going anywhere.
Speaking of Radio this week on the air I’m going to be talking about my post on the subject of the manipulation of polls:
At no time during the year (2012) do the Democrats have a registration advantage vs republicans, the gap closes in July & re-separates in August. The low point for the GOP was July for 34.9 and the high August at 37.6 For democrats the high was 34.0 in June & July the low was 32.4 in Feb
I’ve covered a lot of national polls on this site over the last year and all those polls ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX have one thing in common.
Not a single one of those polls had a sample with a GOP advantage.
As Rush would say: Zip, Zero Nada.
Not only have none of these polls had a GOP advantage but the closest we saw was a D+4 poll.
This post is the single most popular post I’ve ever written, it’s drawn more hits in 48 hours over 25,000 people have checked out this post, that’s more than I’ve had in some months. It’s been linked by everyone from Instapundit. To Hillbuzz, to powerline, the wall street journals’ best of the web and Free Republic and some fellow named Limbaugh in Florida you might have heard of in Florida who said the following:
The polling data that I have is from a blog called DaTechGuy. He’s analyzed all of these polls and the party identifications that they use, and they don’t match up with reality. The results from all these polls are so skewed, and this guy has gone to great lengths to illustrate it. He concludes that the truth of the matter is that the people in the mainstream media are the ones that are demoralized. They’re the ones that know they’re using trumped-up data.
It’s kind of cool to have Rush quote you on air and link you on the site, but unless his listeners hit DaTipJar or sign up for my new Premium Commentaries that and a dollar will buy me the McDonald’s drink in my choice of sizes.
I gave a lot of space to the new 9/11 attacks last week. The site Crooks & Liars in order to show an equivalence in violence between Muslims & Christians found a sect in France that firebombed a film…in 1988.
Earth to the Crooks & Liars crowd if you have to go back over a generation to find an example of violence by a group, odds are that group isn’t all that violent.
By contrast if you want examples of Islamic violence you can find them daily.
For all the talk of other subjects the biggest story the MSM is ignoring this photo of the filmmaker of the picture “Innocence of Muslims” being lead away
Granted this movie might offend Muslims and it’s so bad that Lemmings use it as a training film before jumping but ask yourself two questions.
Imagine just for a moment if this image had been snapped in 2002 vs 2012?
Or even better Imagine that instead of the “Innocence of Muslims” he decided to make “Piss Christ the Movie”
Can you imagine the uproar, can you imagine the scandal, can you picture just for a moment what the media would be saying?
Would there be any other story in the media? I think not
There is a second story that hasn’t gotten much press either. Tina Brown at Newsweek gave the cover to noted anti-jihad fighter Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
Now you might think that’s not all that odd given events but that’s the second cover for a conservative writer in Newsweek in 3 weeks.
If Tina Brown has decided to abandon the Niche Market to try to make her magazine a success who knows who might be next?
Forget the election, or Kimberlin if you want to see pure unadulterated panic with almost no justification check the tweets of Jets fans after their team fell to 1-1 at the start of a 16 game season
Last thought, I covered a Mitt Romney ralley a week back, I talked to a lot of people but the most important person I talked to was a man named Tony
When the question is asked: Why did Barack Obama lose in 2012 the answer is going to be a million Tony’s and a president whose policies force their 20 something daughters and sons back home.
» posted on Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 at 12:12 pm by DaTechGuy
I had such plans for Under the Fedora this week.
I was going to talk about the Hollis event with Kelly Ayotte & Lt. Gov Kerry Healey , the Mitt Romney event at Holman stadium and all I've covered. I'll save that for next week…
…beacuse yesterday on 9/11 our embassies in Libya & Egypt were attacked, our diplomats killed, the flag torn down, the Islamic flag raised on 9/11 no less… and our administration responded thus:
The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims – as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions. Today, the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, Americans are honoring our patriots and those who serve our nation as the fitting response to the enemies of democracy. Respect for religious beliefs is a cornerstone of American democracy. We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.
That is not an misprint, it is not a phony site, this was the statement put out.
As I watched last night all I could think of was Jimmy Carter. Ironically the same day that Greg Sargant insisted this was not 1980 our embassies are attacked, but that’s unfair to Carter, his first reaction was not to defend the Iranians who hit our embassy.
Moreover here is Sec of State Hilary Clinton:
"The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. But let me be clear: There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind."
Note that Mrs. Clinton’s first words were not for the Attacked Americans, the burned embassy, it was for the religious sensibilities of the attackers.
As Steven Clarke put it:
“While the responsibility for our lack of credibility in the greater middle east rests with Obama, let’s not forget that our middle east foreign policy is the product of Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Samantha Power and others who share their views. These past four years do not reflect well upon their judgment: something to bear in mind when talk of a Hillary Clinton presidency arises.”
My reaction to the embassy statement frankly is not printable, But Mitt Romney is a much more measured man that is he had this to say:.
“I’m outraged by the attacks on American diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt and by the death of an American consulate worker in Benghazi,” the statement read. “It’s disgraceful that the Obama Administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks.”
And the media response to this has been united, loud and decisive, to condemn pillory and attack….Mitt Romney for his inflammatory statements: such as this headline from Salon:
MSNBC has been unrelenting attacking Mitt Romney panel after panel condemning Mitt & Bibi Netanyahu but hasn’t had much to say about the embassy statement, like the killing of the Copts and the burning of their churches as far as MSNBC and our friends on the left are concerned it’s never happened. Or It’s not newsworthy.
As I watched it this Morning I was in complete disbelief.
These people have no idea, no understanding at all. This is their world view, that Israel is the enemy, in their world Islam has to be appeased, that Mitt Romney not those who have attacked our people are the enemy that HAS to be stopped.
The title of this piece is Frenchie , Rooster and Lt. Data & Sherman. That is because when I look at what has happened it reminds me of three movie/TV moments.
In the Movie 1943 Sahara a small contingent of British, French, Australians & Americans find themselves untilled in the Egyptian desert in 1942. Earlier in the movie when a Nazi flyer is shot down the Frenchman offers to take him behind a dune, when the others object he says they don't understand:
“This is a Nazi”.
They ignore him, later in the movie when the small band is in a fight with hundreds of Germans. Under a flag of truce Frenchie is sent to talk to the German commander, as he returns is shot in the back. The British Officer too late gets it saying:
“Frenchie was right, we don’t’ understand the Nazis”
When I look at our reaction to the Muslim Brotherhood this is what I see.
On the TV show Star Trek the Next Generation there is an episode called: "The Most Toys" where an eccentric named Kivas kidnaps Lt. Cmdr Data to add to his collection. He continually threatens the life of a woman who has served him to keep Data in check and when they both try to escape he slaughters her with a weapon that produces violent painful death.
When Data picks up the blaster and orders his surrender his captor notes Data can not kill and threatens says the following:
“You will entertain me and you will entertain my guests if you don’t I’ll kill someone else, him perhaps, it doesn’t matter, his blood will be on your hands just like Varia”
Data the android without feelings finally concludes “I cannot allow this to continue.” And just as he is about to fire he is transported out
When I see the repeated deaths, and attacks by radical Islam, I wonder when we will say what Data does.
The final quote come from the movie True Grit. Here is a short clip of the scene where he after talking to a rat telling it to stop, John Wayne in his Academy award willing roll as Rooster Cogburn acts.
after Mattie puts the rat out Rooster turns to her and says
“You can’t serve papers on a rat baby sister you have to kill him or let it be”
The full clip is here
This is the reality of radical Islam. For years we have been warning about Islamic Terror, for a long time we’ve warned about the Muslim Brotherhood. I’ve maintained that Libya & Egypt both have the right to the government they wish, but with those rights come responsilities. Yet our friends on the left are convinced that we can talk our way out of this, that if only we are nicer and more submissive they will be come our friends. This is not only a delusion it is a delusion that is fatal
I give the last word to General Sherman
"We cannot change the hearts of those people of the South, but we can make war so terrible…that generations pass away before they again appeal to it.".
And I will say out loud what nobody else wants to. We can not change Islamists hearts we can not make the love us unless we abandon free speech and the principles we hold dear. We can not change these people unless we submit and we are fools to try to do so. All we can do is make them fear us, all we can do is make them understand that any such attack, any such action will produce a response so massive so horrible and so unrelenting that generations will pass before they consider striking again.
Remember It wasn’t diplomacy or even the impending invasion of Japan and the potential of millions of deaths fighting us that ended World war two, it was two atomic bombs.
Your call people.
» posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 at 8:48 pm by OutwithJoe
Liberty is a thing of the spirit –
to be free to worship,
to think, to hold opinions,
and to speak without fear –
free to challenge wrong
with surety of justice.
and lets add to the Mr President, not be charged as a racist when you don’t agree or like a President’s policies, actions, objectives and politics… just because he happens to be a different race than yourself…
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» posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 at 7:49 pm by OutwithJoe
9/11 remembrance quotes remind us of a fateful day in 2001 where many innocent American lives were lost. When Americans read over the following 9/11 remembrance quotes, they need to really think about what happened. When the massive towers of the World Trade Center fell, America was brought to her knees. Immediately thereafter, we joined together. Patriotism and love for our country was at its best. People rushed to join the armed services.
9/11 remembrance quotes are needed so that we never forget what happened. As time has gone on we have slowly slinked back into our old ways. No one seems as proud to be an American as they were eight years ago. People are not flocking to join the army.
The following 9/11 remembrance quotes were stated by world leaders and well known icons. These 9/11 remembrance quotes were uttered to help bring America together, and help us to understand the tragedy.
If the culprits are Muslim, they have twisted the teachings of Islam. Whoever performed, or is behind, the terrorist attacks in the United States of America does not represent Islam. God is not behind assassins.
— Muhummad Ali
Freedom itself was attacked this morning by a faceless coward. Freedom will be defended!
— President George W. Bush, September 11, 2001
We must not descend to the level of those who perpetrated Tuesday’s violence by targeting individuals based on their race, their religion, or their national origin. Such reports of violence and threats are in direct opposition to the very principles and laws of the United States and will not be tolerated.
–John Ashcroft, Attorney General
The following 9/11 remembrance quotes are inspirational. These words were uttered to help people cope with losses.
Not a day passes over the earth but men and women of no note do great deeds, speak great words, and suffer noble sorrows.
— Charles Reade
I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love.
— Leo Buscaglia
Whatever it is that I have lost (or must give up) I must grieve. If I do not do my grieving about the old hurts and insults, then, when I am faced with a here and now grief experience, I will end up having to dredge up all that old energy along with the current experience.
— Elaine Childs-Gowell
We never need to forget 9/11. Keeping these 9/11 remembrance quotes near to our hearts is important. We should not allow this fateful day to slip from our memory. In the words of Former President George W. Bush: “These acts shattered steel, but they cannot dent the steel of America’s resolve.”
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