Wonkitorial Comment: Six Years After 9-11
With the United States now embroiled in the quagmire of the Iraq War, let's not forget that the real mastermind behind the crimes of September 11, 2001 remains at large and is still unpunished.
Lest we forget, here's a whole set of articles devoted to tracking the movements of the
EdWonk's notes to certain members of the Washington Government: Saying that the War on Terror isn't about Bin Laden is like saying that the European Theater of World War II wasn't about Adolf Hitler.
A question: why, after 6 years of so-called "war" on terror, has not one of the terrorists who were involved in the 9/11 attacks been tried, proven guilty, sentenced to death, and given the "dance party with a rope" that they have so richly deserved?
Another question for Washington's "Warriors"-on-the-Potomac: have we now reached a point where we, as a people, cannot even put proven terrorist killers to death before they end-up dying in prison of old age?
Unlike today, back in 1942, we knew exactly what to do with those who would infiltrate our country in order to commit acts of terror.
The victims of 9/11, their surviving loved ones, and every single American citizen deserve to see that justice is swiftly and sternly done to those who participated in the planning and execution of those infamous attacks.
It's high time for officials of the Washington Government to stop dilly-dallying around and get on with the job of administering it.
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