Ten years have passed since that life changing day. I never fully understood the meaning of those words until our lives stood still and our hearts were broken on that fateful day September 11, 2001. Those of us who witnessed the tragedy through the eyes of people who lost loved ones, will never be the same. The mourning we felt for the murder of so many innocent lives is a feeling we can never forget. But we can't begin to understand the emptiness and loss family members carry with them every day. A sister who lost her fire-fighter brother that day said she didn't think we needed the slogan, "Never Forget", to remember the heinous acts of that day. "How could we ever forget?" she said. And now she sees political correctness being practiced at every level to do exactly that, but we will Never Forget our heroes and the terror and slaughter that was perpetrated on them that day.
The sister of fire-fighter Sean Tallon, Rosaleen Tallon(2nd video), fights for the proper resting place for her brother, a place that will respect and honor his memory. A place that will preserve the events and emotions of that day and a place that is untouched by a symbol of an ideology that seeks the destruction of America.
SEPT 11, 2011