HolyCoast: What if First Responders and Clergy Members Just Showed Up at the 9/11 Anniversary Event?

Saturday, September 10, 2011

What if First Responders and Clergy Members Just Showed Up at the 9/11 Anniversary Event?

Mayor Bloomberg has made some pretty bad decisions in his years in New York City, but deciding that First Responders and clergy wouldn't be part of the 9/11 Memorial Service tops the list.  Gateway Pundit has these thoughts:
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is banning religious leaders and rescue workers from the 9-11 anniversary event tomorrow morning.

He says, “We just don’t have room for them.”
343 firefighters and paramedics killed on 9-11.
60 NYPD and Port Authority police officers were killed that day.
They will not be represented at the ceremony.
Bloomberg insists that the separation of Church and state is in the Constitution. This is the same guy that bent over backwards for the 9-11 mosque.
There's one of those viral Facebook posts that's been going around, and normally I ignore those things, but I kind of liked this one:
Firefighters, police and clergy weren't invited to the first 9/11 either. They just showed up. Maybe they should just show up to the 10th anniversary events too.
Maybe they should. Can you imagine the scene if during Nanny Bloomberg's remarks dozens of fire trucks with sirens blaring came screaming up to Ground Zero? And police cars.  And groups of clergymen.  It would be a pretty amazing turn of events.

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