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Is 9-11 one of the saddest day in U.S history?

Nickie Ahreeya 2012/06/11 13:02:02
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  • Little Lynz Way 2012/10/11 22:09:43
    Yes
    Little Lynz Way
    Yes, I can say it was very sad and also around that time my dad had a stroke we I was like 4 turning 5 years old.
  • Morgan 2012/06/12 23:11:25
    Yes
    Morgan
    One of them
  • Mr.Steve 2012/06/12 17:44:42
  • GoDucks5 2012/06/12 03:42:53
    Yes
    GoDucks5
    One of many.
  • Night 2012/06/12 01:50:47
    Yes
    Night
    In recent history most definitely but in the overall history it ranks up there but there but probably not the saddest... I give that to Black Tuesday. The day that ruined the lives of many if not most Americans... It went on to effect the economy of most of the world...
  • ♒ßεllεchεvεllε®♒ 2012/06/11 19:59:38
    Yes
    ♒ßεllεchεvεllε®♒
    devastating.
  • Speedy 2012/06/11 19:45:11
    Yes
    Speedy
    Don't know if the saddest, but definitely one of them.
  • Chokmah Speedy 2012/06/11 20:47:22
    Chokmah
    December 8, 1980, The Dakota
  • Speedy Chokmah 2012/06/11 20:56:25
    Speedy
    +1
    Are you kidding me? With all my love to the Beatles music, how can you conpare the murder of John Lennon to almost 3000 dead people and the WTC, the Pentagon falling down, and the crash of Flight 93 in terror attack? Is the life of John Lennon worth more than 3000 people's lives?
  • ««Gingey, the Master Debate... 2012/06/11 18:11:26
    Yes
    ««Gingey, the Master Debater of Þ|-|Дэ†»»
    Yeah it was sad. But you've got to move on
  • Heavy 2012/06/11 17:28:28
    Yes
    Heavy
    +1
    What's sad is that it was all a plot to get us in the middle east for the oil.
  • taylordoesntdeserve 2012/06/11 17:26:32
    No
    taylordoesntdeserve
    +3
    No. I would probably say one of these:

    Everyday the Vietnam draft was issued
    Pearl Harbor
    The day the English first arrived at Jamestown
    The day everybody at Jamestown starved
    When the "Americans" slaughtered Native Americans
  • Heavy taylord... 2012/06/11 17:29:26
    Heavy
    +2
    That's the entire history of the US. We are just a sad country, but we brought this on ourselves.
  • taylord... Heavy 2012/06/11 17:36:33
    taylordoesntdeserve
    +1
    Hm, very true.
  • John Galt jr or Ron/jon 2012/06/11 17:24:16
    Yes
    John Galt jr or Ron/jon
    +1
    one of them
    this one is to me
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  • Chief 2012/06/11 17:19:48
    Yes
    Chief
    Yes and on so many levels
  • frank 2012/06/11 16:47:37
    Yes
    frank
    +1
    Yes it ranks right there with Dec. 7, 1941!
  • Th8nos 2012/06/11 16:28:19
    No
    Th8nos
    ...but it is one of many that we've endured, and more than likely will have more added to the list. Wish it wouldnt work out that way, but that's life....
  • poet4justice 2012/06/11 16:02:49
    No
    poet4justice
    +2
    my saddest day in history is when i discover we the american help nazi german in the eugenic and euthanasia program that kill many German people with disabilities... that help was the blue print for the T4 program and later on became to be the blue print for the holocaust
  • Chokmah 2012/06/11 15:57:25
    No
    Chokmah
    +3
    More people die from drunk driving accidents each year than died in 9-11.
  • Heavy Chokmah 2012/06/11 17:30:26
    Heavy
    +2
    Which is why we should shoot the dumbasses who drive drunk.
  • Brother Bo 2012/06/11 15:46:39
    Yes
    Brother Bo
    Yes, it is ONE of the saddest days, but worse than that was 20 January 2009.
  • seattleman 2012/06/11 15:35:43
    Yes
    seattleman
    +2
    Certainly. Others: December 7, 1941
    April 4, 1968
    June 5, 1968
    November 22, 1963
  • ««Ginge... seattleman 2012/06/11 18:12:17
    ««Gingey, the Master Debater of Þ|-|Дэ†»»
    +1
    1968 was a very sad year :(
  • seattleman ««Ginge... 2012/06/12 00:14:11
    seattleman
    +1
    It was. Very much so.
  • Chokmah seattleman 2012/06/11 20:45:30
    Chokmah
    A very sad and tragic day when 34 Americans killed and another 174 wounded


    June 8, 1967
  • 1wickedwitch 2012/06/11 14:41:29
    Yes
    1wickedwitch
    Yes ..in my life time
  • irish 2012/06/11 14:31:31
    Yes
    irish
    +1
    why? because our own govt showed that it cares only for warmongering and the loss of life was just "collateral damage' in their rush for profits and empire building.
  • Huki68 2012/06/11 14:23:29
    No
    Huki68
    +1
    If the air can only Talk... to many sad stories in USA History, many unknown as well... We just remember the ones that we went thru personally, but asked the ones that went thru similar situations that we were not present or remember, or known...
  • rand 2012/06/11 14:20:28
    No
    rand
    From a world history vantage, "no". From an American history vantage, absolutely. Since the population of the U.S. is a small percentage of the total, I voted "no". As an American, of course I'd say "yes".
  • Metaldane 2012/06/11 14:16:17
    No
    Metaldane
    +2
    A bad day sure but we've had a lot worse then that and the administration at the time mucked it up even worse when retaliating
  • rand Metaldane 2012/06/11 14:22:45
    rand
    +1
    I'd say they mucked it up in "how" they retaliated, but I'm not sure what you intended to say. Going after Bin Laden made sense. The War in Iraq was a ruse.
  • Metaldane rand 2012/06/11 14:30:25
    Metaldane
    +2
    That's what I mean hunting Osama made sense even attacking the Taliban for aiding Al Qaeda made sense but the whole Iraq thing just seems like bush jr trying to do what his daddy couldn't.
  • rand Metaldane 2012/06/11 14:34:04
    rand
    Bush and Rumsfield even screwed up by not getting Bin Laden at Tora Bora which may well have kept us out of Afghanistan for the following years. Bin Laden had an unwitting ally in Bush in his attempts to bring down the U.S. economy.
  • Metaldane rand 2012/06/11 14:39:42
    Metaldane
    +1
    Yep I don't love Obama but anyone is an improvement after bush hell I know ten year olds that'd make a better president then he was.
  • rand Metaldane 2012/06/11 17:39:29
    rand
    There is a serious danger in electing people who subscribe to fantasies, as do fundamentalists (I'm a philosophic Christian). First, they think they are in possession of the Truth and need not learn anything else, but secondly (see below): Though I'm a fiscal conservative Goldwater Republican, I can't vote for someone in denial about the most serious crisis our species has faced, anthropogenic climate change, or for someone who subscribes to the fantasies of Joesph Smith; so I suspect I'll vote for Gary Johnson, the candidate who can afford to tell his truth rather than try to pander to our egoistic natures.

    “At a 1971 dinner, Reagan told California legislator James Mills that ‘everything is in place for the battle of Armageddon and the Second Coming of Christ.’ The President has permitted Jerry Falwell to attend National Security Council briefings and author and Armageddon-advocate Hal Lindsey to give a talk on nuclear war with Russia to top Pentagon strategists.” “Grace Halsell’s Prophecy and Politics: Militant Evangelists on the Road to Nuclear War,” by E. Johnson in Journal of Historical Review (Winter 1986).
  • Metaldane rand 2012/06/11 17:43:01
    Metaldane
    +1
    This is why I don't vote and plan on moving to Denmark or maybe Canada rather then stay here honestly too many stupid people here.
  • Poet003 2012/06/11 13:48:03
    Yes
    Poet003
    +2
    Yes, its so sad and our vengefulness afterwards is embarrasing
  • Rocko 2012/06/11 13:47:54
    Yes
    Rocko
    +1
    both 9-11 and the war (and all the lives lost ) after the fact
  • Duke----The Non Racist, Fun... 2012/06/11 13:34:59 (edited)
    No
    Duke----The Non Racist, Funny Duke !
    +2
    It was, but being lied to, and sheepishly led into, the 2003 Invasion of Iraq for another occupation were 15,000 of our troops have died, plus almost double that of our people have committed suicide here from this false war, and over a million of other innocent lives have been lost over there, on top of that were millions more will die and will suffer horrific birth defects in future generations because of us using depleted uranium in Iraq, not even to mention the hundreds of thousands of our people that have been maimed for life…kind of trumps what ever happened at 911 and even will trump our other being lied to false war of Vietnam war. Pathetic but true. All this after we committed hugh atrocities on the Native people of this lands of the new americas and Wow, what 'We' have done to the rest of the world. since our conception of the u.s.

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