Speaker Andy Tobin
Today is September 11. Thousands of innocents died at the hands of terrorists/cowards, eleven years ago.
Its a day that America was tested and the cowards failed. It was a day of great tragedy and incredible heroism. From simple citizens to police and fireman and so many volunteers, THANK YOU. AMERICA LIVES, FREEDOM LIVES. PLEASE SHARE MY COMMENTS FROM LAST YEARS 10th ANNIVERSARY. LET US NEVER FORGET. Andy
Congressman Paul Gosar Statement:
Today, as our nation remembers the tragic events of 11 years ago may we also remember the strength and resilience of our nation and our communities. Remember that charity and prayers aren't for times of great peril but everyday. Together we can strengthen our nation, state and communities. I encourage you to reflect on what you can do now in remembrance of this anniversary of not just a horrific event but a day that united us all in an effort to be there in prayer, service and donations for the victims, their families and the first responders affected in NY, DC and PA. #NeverForget
Congressman Flake Issues Statement on Anniversary of September 11, 2001:
Washington, D.C. - Republican Congressman Jeff Flake, who represents Arizona’s Sixth District, today issued the following statement in remembrance of the 11th anniversary of the September 11th attacks:
"We remember today those taken from us 11 years ago, and when we stood together, united. Today, we renew our pledge to never forget,” said Flake.
STATEMENT BY SENATOR JOHN McCAIN ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) today released the following statement on the 11th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks:
“Our shock over the enormity of the attack has long passed, as has the nation’s trauma, at least for those of us who did not lose loved ones on that terrible day. But we have not lost, and we never will, our outrage at the inconceivable cruelty, the depravity, it took to plan, organize and execute the atrocities. And let us act on our outrage, and teach our children to do the same, by not only remaining resolute in our efforts to defeat our enemies, but even more so in our efforts to remain the moral opposite of our enemies. Let us be, forever, a people whose respect for the dignity of all human life is our highest and defining value.”
Last year, we heard from Dina Mountcastle, who was in New York during the events on 9/11. She recounted what she saw and experienced that day. "Heroes rarely die of old age," Mountcastle noted.
Here is that video: