Obama at Remembrance Ceremony Today: “Never Again;” But At DOJ, in Media, Memory Seems Short

President Obama appeared at a Holocaust Days of Remembrance ceremony at the U.S. Capitol today and gave eloquent remarks as always.  He included the phrase “Never again.”

Across Washington DC, though, and especially in the liberal media and in the Department of Justice and the congress, memories are short.

So we’ll just repeat this comment from a reader:

My brother Charlie was murdered in the South Tower of the World Trade Center on 9/11. He went to his banking job that morning, with the reasonable belief that he would return that evening to his loving wife. That was not to be.

In the immediate aftermath, we witnessed the heart-rendering scene of our elected government representatives arm-in-arm, singing patriotic hymns, and vowing to the American people: Never again!!

Here we are, in the year 2009 – 8 short years later – debating whether or not it was ‘moral’ to water board the very sc_mbags involved in planning future horrific attacks on out mothers, fathers, children, brothers, and sisters!

President Obama: I did not vote for you. You are my president now, and I wish you every bit of success – for if you fail, we all fail. Be careful in how you judge your predecessor, for you do not yet know the events that you may face, or the decisions you may need to take in to protect this great nation.



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