Fluck tolerance, as usual Dim Won, b/k/a Barack Obama, is full of a brown smelly liquid, best used for fertilizer, from Erica Werner, Associated Press 
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama appealed to an unsettled nation Saturday to honor the memory of the Sept. 11 attacks by hewing to the values of diversity and tolerance. “We will not sacrifice the liberties we cherish or hunker down behind walls of suspicion and mistrust,” the president declared.
It is not my value to tolerate those who will not tolerate me. I s it your value? Unlike Dim Won, I bow to no man. Maybe Obama is not offended by the acts perpetrated on Nine Eleven. I am. Three thousand of my countrymen died that day. Has Obama forgot, or just does not care?
Good reasons not to forget, from Nice Deb 
Nine Years Ago Today
September, 11, 2010 â€” Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Nine years ago today, Americans were forced into the conversion of an act of travel into acts of mass murder, by followers of a religion that claims to be peaceful, yet collects a trail of the bodies of those killed in its name wherever these followers happen to go. And on that day, the rest of us were assaulted with visions of incomprehensible evil on our television screens, the sounds of terror and chaos on the radio, and tales of desperation, fear, and ultimately death, in our print media. On that day, everything stopped. And everything changed.
Flangus, Dangus, I are a hero. Dim Won b/k/a Barack Obama has declared September Eleventh has a day of service, from via Left Coast Rebel :
That is why we mark September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance. For if there is a lesson to be drawn on this anniversary, it is this: we are one nation – one people – bound not only by grief, but by a set of common ideals. And that by giving back to our communities, by serving people in need, we reaffirm our ideals – in defiance of those who would do us grave harm. We prove that the sense of responsibility that we felt for one another was not a fleeting passion – but a lasting virtue.
What I did yesterday:
Hat Tip photo: Missy Rosenberry, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle . Well OK, the photo not from yesterday, but we can’t get a photographer to every work party. Such is life. However, the photo is from a trail building work party, and that is what I did yesterday. So there Barack!
Dim Won asked for community service and he got it. My question, is trail building on Dim Won’s approved list of community service activities?
Green energy is for the peons. White House too good to go green, from New York Times :
Bill McKibben, an environmental campaigner from Vermont with a flair for showmanship, was rebuffed Friday morning in his effort to get the White House to reinstall one of the solar panels that President Jimmy Carter had placed on the White House roof.
Note the Obama administration’s agenda is imposing so-called green energy on to the public, not going green themselves.