What does September 11 mean to you?
Last March without any fanfare at all, President Barack Hussein Obama declared September 11, the National Day of Service.
It will be a day when we will celebrate community organizing, carbon emission controls, and the things that REALLY COUNT in America's ObamaNation.
It won't be about a shameful sneak attack on the United States, it won't be about the war on international terrorism (officially downgraded by the Obama Administration to an "overseas contingency operation") or about remembering those who lost their lives.
It will become the "Day of the Acorn", (CLICK HERE) and the Senate approved it.
Just when you thought the President couldn't be any worse or demean us any further, September 11 is reduced to a celebration of Obama's pet projects.
Martin Luther King Day is another Day of Service (a second day dedicated to celebrate community organizing) (CLICK HERE) to read an article about Michelle Obama's second national day of service.
I will remember in my own way but it won't be in the Obama way.
I understand that he's Muslim and finds that there is anti-Muslim sentiment on that day so he needs to change it. But I'm not buying it.