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endor_moon Donating Member (8 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-31-05 09:38 AM
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40. 9/11 changed America for the worse
since our foreign policy, which was the cause of the attack in the first place, became even more inhumane and murdering after 9/11.

More attacks are obviously in the works.
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  -They say 9-11 changed everything, did it change YOU? mopaul  Mar-31-05 05:11 AM   #0 
  - That phrase was always the most annoying hyperbole to ever  Ruffhowse   Mar-31-05 05:17 AM   #1 
  - Hear wht the Europeans have said about this statement?  caledesi   Mar-31-05 05:20 AM   #2 
  - Changed everything?  adwon   Mar-31-05 05:22 AM   #3 
  - Made me an ex-Christian instantly  carolinayellowdog   Mar-31-05 05:33 AM   #4 
  - it was the follow up behavior/lies of WH that made me more cynical  rodeodance   Mar-31-05 05:36 AM   #5 
  - I find I have to be more careful. lest there be people around me if  rodeodance   Mar-31-05 05:39 AM   #6 
     - me too, you have to gauge the crowd you're with  mopaul   Mar-31-05 05:41 AM   #7 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Mar-31-05 08:14 AM   #28 
     - Couldn't you have just made your first statement in your reply?  notadmblnd   Mar-31-05 09:21 AM   #34 
        - Believers are compelled to attribute unbelief to character flaws  carolinayellowdog   Mar-31-05 09:28 AM   #36 
           - well in my opinion...  notadmblnd   Mar-31-05 09:32 AM   #39 
  - 9/11 itself changed nothing for me  ima_sinnic   Mar-31-05 05:52 AM   #8 
  - It didn't change my outlook  verdalaven   Mar-31-05 05:55 AM   #9 
  - I have to agree with caledesi...  Mikimouse   Mar-31-05 06:02 AM   #10 
  - It was a subtle shift.  dbt   Mar-31-05 06:04 AM   #11 
  - Yup  Squeech   Mar-31-05 06:08 AM   #12 
  - For those of us that worked within walking range of the WTC, yes.  BrklynLiberal   Mar-31-05 06:10 AM   #13 
  - I agree and it changed New York as well.  smirkymonkey   Mar-31-05 09:46 AM   #42 
  - It Intensified My Hatred For Those Destroying Our Country  GiovanniC   Mar-31-05 06:21 AM   #14 
  - Nothing changed, and why would it?  The Devils Advocate   Mar-31-05 06:22 AM   #15 
  - Yes, it changed me  Boomer   Mar-31-05 06:23 AM   #16 
  - Sounds exactly like me, but I was an apolitical republican. nt  recoveringrepublican   Mar-31-05 09:15 AM   #32 
  - It didn't affect me that much  cmd   Mar-31-05 06:25 AM   #17 
  - I'm a New Yorker and it changed a lot for me  Danmel   Mar-31-05 06:30 AM   #18 
  - I can relate to everything you said--I moved upstate after 9/11  animuscitizen   Mar-31-05 09:31 AM   #38 
  - Thank you for putting into words what I could not.  BrklynLiberal   Mar-31-05 10:24 AM   #44 
  - Waiting for the other shoe to drop describes how I've felt since 9/11  TheGoldenRule   Apr-01-05 03:10 AM   #69 
  - The aftermath changed me.  kiki   Mar-31-05 06:35 AM   #19 
  - No. I fully expected a 9-11 to happen with Bu$h in office. And it did.  wildwww2   Mar-31-05 07:12 AM   #20 
  - It removed all doubt about the evil of the bush regime  freestyle   Mar-31-05 07:21 AM   #21 
  - As I watched the towers tumble  xpat   Mar-31-05 07:24 AM   #22 
  - For About 3-Months. -NT-  jayfish   Mar-31-05 07:43 AM   #23 
  - It made me aware of just how evil Bush really is  jmowreader   Mar-31-05 07:46 AM   #24 
  - As a NYer I was deeply and profoundly changed  Mizmoon   Mar-31-05 08:01 AM   #25 
  - It sure did!  JNelson6563   Mar-31-05 08:02 AM   #26 
  - I discovered the internet  there-s a   Mar-31-05 08:11 AM   #27 
  - 11/22/63  libhill   Mar-31-05 08:14 AM   #29 
  - Honestly,  Lauri16   Mar-31-05 09:09 AM   #30 
  - Yes it did, it's part of the reason I'm here now  recoveringrepublican   Mar-31-05 09:13 AM   #31 
  - You're not alone,me too.  there-s a   Mar-31-05 09:27 AM   #35 
  - yes, I've become more cynical and mistrusting of our government  notadmblnd   Mar-31-05 09:15 AM   #33 
  - It was the shocking action of Bush v Gore in 2000 that changed me...  DARE to HOPE   Mar-31-05 09:29 AM   #37 
  - 9/11 was probably  libhill   Mar-31-05 03:37 PM   #49 
  - Agree - December 12, 2000 was the day that changed everything.  kath   Mar-31-05 11:15 PM   #67 
  - 9/11 changed America for the worse  endor_moon   Mar-31-05 09:38 AM   #40 
  - It made me more liberal and a more partisan Democrat. n/t  Heaven and Earth   Mar-31-05 09:42 AM   #41 
  - Well, it's not a mostly forgotten event for me.  Bouncy Ball   Mar-31-05 09:55 AM   #43 
  - It woke my ass up to the idea we're being lied to about nearly everything.  clem_c_rock   Mar-31-05 10:34 AM   #45 
  - And what really pisses ya off  libhill   Mar-31-05 03:40 PM   #50 
     - It seems like something out of a bad comic book  clem_c_rock   Mar-31-05 03:49 PM   #51 
  - It's what got me interested in politics  primate1   Mar-31-05 03:07 PM   #46 
  - Yes.  PowerToThePeople   Mar-31-05 03:09 PM   #47 
  - It made me even more cynical than I already was.  Tierra_y_Libertad   Mar-31-05 03:16 PM   #48 
  - Before 9/11, the worst thing that could happen  ContraBass Black   Mar-31-05 03:53 PM   #52 
  - For me, Everything changed after December 2000  WLKjr   Mar-31-05 03:55 PM   #53 
  - Yup. 9/11 was simply the other shoe.  Lilith Velkor   Mar-31-05 05:10 PM   #56 
  - I realized that day the GREAT potential of the USA  Discord   Mar-31-05 03:59 PM   #54 
  - i haven't changed at all  maxsolomon   Mar-31-05 04:04 PM   #55 
  - I didn't live through the 9/11 shock like the rest of America  Tactical Progressive   Mar-31-05 05:18 PM   #57 
  - It really changed  manic expression   Mar-31-05 05:21 PM   #58 
  - No  Johonny   Mar-31-05 05:30 PM   #59 
  - Personally, Not in the least.  sloppyliberal   Mar-31-05 05:40 PM   #60 
  - It didn't change much  XemaSab   Mar-31-05 05:55 PM   #61 
  - This is an interesting question, and I'm really impressed that  BlueIris   Mar-31-05 06:11 PM   #62 
  - I despised the Saudi royals before it and I still do.  distressedsister   Mar-31-05 06:13 PM   #63 
  - War on truth  Generator   Mar-31-05 06:15 PM   #64 
  - Yes, it changed me, intrinsically.  kk897   Mar-31-05 10:51 PM   #65 
  - It confirmed all my worst fears re: the New World Order...  RBHam   Mar-31-05 11:07 PM   #66 
  - opened my eyes  zonmoy   Mar-31-05 11:27 PM   #68 
 

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