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Dave Doench: Where were you Mr. Editor?

Reading The Union this morning from front to back as I do every day, I simply could not believe I could not find any article about “9/11.” The Internet, radio, and TV news all had good, heartwarming stories. We don’t need to hear about the terrorist scum bags and murder and destruction. Why you ask? Because we will “never forget.” We stand “united” and they will eventually be destroyed.

The other news media reminded us of the heroes, the volunteers, the firefighters who died saving lives, the American citizens who brought down flight 93 and many more inspirational stories. Where were you Mr. Editor, Brian Hamilton?

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