Saturday, October 14, 2006

A Tale Of Two Memorials

This is how you do it….

The Pentagon today unveiled its United States Air Force Memorial near Arlington Nation Cemetery. The memorial, which is meant to evoke the image of three jet contrails pulling away from each other, commemorates the sacrifices of Air Force personnel in protecting the nation’s liberty. The Air Force was the only branch of the U.S. military that did not have its own memorial.
This is how you don’t…

The Arizona Memorial Commission recently unveiled it's September 11th Memorial in Arizona’s Wesley Bolin Plaza. The memorial, which is designed to evoke an Islamic crescent, commemorates the narcissism and self-absorption of the left-wing Arizona Arts Commission, with such inscriptions as “Remembrance Garden Planted in Window”, “Arizona Interfaith Movement Promotes Understanding and Respect”, “Scottsdale Students Founded Cultural Understanding Organization”, “Foreign Born Americans Afraid”, “Must Bomb Back”, and “You Don’t Win Battles of Terrorism with More Battles.” The Arizona Art’s Commission was one of the only branches of the Moonbat-Left that had not created its own memorial.

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