Think about it - it happened 11 years ago. Sure, it killed 3,000 people - but started a war where we killed at least 65,000 civilians, and probably more. Why, 11 years after the fact, do we still build $500 million dollar memorials (costs $60 million dollars a year to run - each year it gets less and less relevant). I get it that it's closer to home and some of us knew people in the towers, and it's still obviously a great loss. But we use this as an excuse to start a war, that killed 65,000-118,000 civilians, and they don't get any sort of memorial, or day of remembrance, or moment of silence, or anything. Why is it that we are still so touchy about the subject 11 years later?
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