You attempted to turn a day of remembrance into a day of hate, bigotry and fear.
You took a course of action that might have increased international hate of America.
You failed. Your chosen political leaders have already done that years ago.
Perhaps you wanted to bring more people to Jesus.
You failed. Portraying Jesus as a petty hateful asswipe does not help your cause, unless you want to recruit more petty hateful asswipes.
September 11 is a day to remember what makes us American. To remember what makes America great.
It is not hate. It is not fear. It is not narrow minded religious fundamentalism. It is not our overwhelming military might. It is not the terrible things we do overseas.
It is our freedoms. The very freedoms that allow me to write things like this blog post without going to Gitmo.
It is our Constitution. Or what's left of it. May it be restored soon.
It is our tolerance. We began as a nation of immigrants who sought freedom from racial and religious persecution. Unless you're full Native American, you are descended from immigrants, or are one yourself.
It is our ability to see America's faults and to work to change them.
September 11th is a day to remember that we can be better than we are, and on that day nine years ago we were.
No political posturing today. No religious hate speech today. Just remember those who answered the call in our darkest hour, and strive to emulate them, for they are the very best of us.