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Published: Thursday, Sept. 8 2011 2:35 a.m. MDT

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AmPatriot
Kearns, UT

Couldn't tell if this article was trying to sell me a ticket to the event or trying to justify what it was doing. Dragging the deaths of over 3,000 people in to the resurrection of the new building is not justification to celebrate or memorialize a national tragedy. How many memorials have we had for Katrina? Where is their monument and recognition?

Personally, reliving the event through journalism fakery and commercialism does not set well. Having watched the event happen how can reliving it through more tears be any better? We all cried that day and we all know and understand what it all meant, we don't need anymore sensationalism to remind us.

The only victory so far has been by the terrorist, our mercenaries (3 letter armies) are still looking for other 'people of interest'. The whole event is being blown out of proportion as a political event so Obama can capitalize on it and get his name on the roster. Be sure he will remind us again that he murdered Osamma bin laden for political deceptions.

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