I've had enough of 9/11, to be truthful -- media is wearing it thin. The victims should be remembered, but this vicarious tragedy-wallowing is getting old.
I have one short reflection -- it's that 9/11, ironically, calls for a doctrine of non-intervention. The less we involve ourselves in the business of other nations, the more free we'll become to peacefully attend to our business at home. I understand the mindset that claims Islamist radical hate our very existence, but it's suicide for any mideast group or nation to attack us just because of pole-dancing, McDonalds and big cars. I don't believe the threat of terrorism is anywhere near what government projects, and the threat will be much less if we bring our troops home and build a better intelligence and homeland defense system.
As I said in another forum, we should celebrate 9/11 with a Mardi Gras style Freedom Bash -- the NYers who died would approve, I'm sure.