It's very difficult for the American military to deal with the cowards and sub-humans in the Middle East and around the world.
Sub-humans: (definition) below the human race in evolutionary development; regarded as not fully being human; And, I'll throw in my two cents...uncivilized.
This is what the American's have to deal with, in our fight against the cowards of the world
When the surprise attack came on September 11, 2001, I was off that day and did not go to work. And, I watched everything that happened that awful day on television. When I saw the picture of the first airplane crashing into one of the twin-towers, I thought it was out of Hollywood...a coming attraction of a movie, perhaps. Hollywood can pretty much do anything, so I didn't pay much attention. But, about 15 minutes later, a second airplane crashed into the other twin-tower, and reporters came on the networks live, and now it was a different story! This was not Hollywood...THIS WAS FOR REAL!
At the twin towers site, there were fires, smoke, dust and madness everywhere! I was stunned and shocked at what hed just happened! People were running for their lives in every direction...yelling and screaming...it was utter chaos! I had never seen anything like this in my life...and it reminded me of Oklahoma City...but a thousand times worse!
I watched all day long, as the events of the day unfolded! Shock was what I felt, as so many people must have died in this senseless act! Who could have done this? Emergency vehicles and police and firemen were everywhere, trying to get through all the madness! I had a great sense of emptiness as I watched, and I felt helpless, as I could do nothing. I was mad as hell...I was outraged as I watched on television!
I was a freshman in college, when President Kennedy got shot, and on this day I had the same feeling...empty and hollow inside! I didn't want to believe all this was happening right in front of me, as I watched through glassy eyes and a lump in my throat! What made things worse and more scary, is later on that morning, the Transportation Secretary in Washington grounded all aircraft in the United States immediately! "Are we at war?" I thought to myself! Later on, I learned that over 4,000 airplanes that fly on any given day, had to land someplace! What was going on here was terrifying to me! All the aircraft in the country were grounded for three days!
I continued to have that emptiness and chill as I watched helplessly all day. Every emotion passed through my body that awful day...hate; outrage; sorrow; emptiness; and even a few tears came down my face that awful morning! Hate and revenge is what I felt most, and I remember President Bush, saying a few months earlier, "Bring em, on!" And, I wanted to put on my Air Force blues and go to duty right away! I think other veterans in the country felt the same way...but we couldn't! Such a helpless feeling!
All the American's who died that awful day, will never be forgotten, and they did not die in vain! They are heroes to Americans everywhere, and they will always be remembered in our prayers and in our memories! God bless those who gave their lives for their country...and GOD BLESS AMERICA!