Monday, September 12, 2011

10 years after 9-11

It’s the day after of the September 11th, 10 year anniversary. I spent the day watching some of the specials on the television. I wonder if the world has learned any type of lesson. I know most of us in the U.S. have, but I think the government still has a lot of work to do.

I think the most important thing is to take care of the hero’s that did the back breaking work at Ground Zero, the fire fighters, police, and all the other that didn’t think twice in helping on September 11th.

Cancer is being discovered in these workers in a alarming rate, some with diagnosed with more than one type of cancer. The toxic fumes from whatever was burning in that pile is killing these men and women.

The government needs to quit hiding their heads in the sand and step up and take care of these men and women. Government officials look at these heroes’ as your example and just jump in there and take care of this issue.

The service men and women that went to war to find the terrorist that attacks on the U.S. have not been taken care of. They often come home to NO Jobs, medical issues and mental issues. These things are not acceptable.

Get off your dead ass and do your job and take care of these hero’s and their families. The families that loose a service man or woman need to have more done for them. I am so tired of hearing of soldiers losing their home while overseas. If it wasn’t for them you in Washington DC would not even have a job.

I encourage you to call your Congress person or Representative and tell them to do the right thing or they will be replace with someone that will listen to the people. The Ground Zero workers are dying of cancers, some with multiple types.


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