9/11 Editorial cartoon and Top 10 Things To Remember because of 9/11 jokes
- “It’s been ten years since the 9/11 attacks on America. Pity the poor bastards born on the day, who will never have an entirely normal happy birthday celebration.” — Yasha Harari
- “Top 10 Things to remember because of 9/11 jokes”
- 10. 9/11 taught America that it should always remember those who perished on that infamous day, and never stop going after the countries that were involved, at least until there are Wal*Mart and McDonald’s stores in their countries.
- 9. Wall Street can be attacked, but it won’t stop the global financial markets from operating, and it’s Wall Street money that eventually pays for the military’s revenge.
- 8. The Pentagon can be attacked, but it won’t stop the American military from operating, and it’s the military’s manpower that eventually executes the people’s revenge.
- 7. America has a responsibility to preserve and protect its view of human rights, by hunting down and killing those who would attack America.
- 6.Ten years after 9/11, folks still remember the victims of the attacks, and still can’t properly pronounce the names of the terrorists who committed them.
- 5. If you only remember one thing because of 9/11, have your memory checked.
- 4. Remember that the first responders to the 9/11 attacks were people just like you and me. The difference being that they had the courage to go into a hellish inferno of destruction to save people, and we didn’t.
- 3. Many of the most pious Americans who survived the attacks of 9/11 believe it is their personal responsibility to forgive those who committed the attacks of 9/11, and their government’s job to go kill more terrorists.
- 2. Because of 9/11, we all live a little less free, and it’s a little harder to fly if your name is Mohammed.
- … and the #1 Thing to Remember because of 9/11 joke is:
- 1. Terrorists take lives by offense. Armed Forces take lives by government order. The sadness would end if people would just stop taking lives.
- Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.