It's hard to take the slogan "never forget" seriously when, as a country, we never learned the true lessons of 9/11 in the first place.
I know it probably makes you angry to read this. After all, it's a solemn occasion, and as an American, I have a duty to cast aside everything, wrap myself in an American flag and blindly remember the terrible day our nation experienced 10 years ago.
But it makes me angry we are so willfully ignorant of the reasons behind an event that not only claimed 3,000 innocent victims, but due to our "War on Terror" has cost the lives of over 6,000 of our service people, as well as caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians. Wait, I need to be more politically correct... not civilian deaths, "collateral damage."