Has the Republican party trade marked September 11, 2001?

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Asked at 2012-08-03 00:08:02
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This is supposed to be a day of remembrance. Remembrance of the attack, remembrance of the national unity which followed it.

Most important of all, remembrance of the dead.

But 9/11 has become
Answer1piyushAnswered at 2012-08-13 23:38:02
No one has "911 trademark" , but instead of treating the memory of the day with dignity Oblerman Keith decided to give this diatribe you just recite. Oblerman is known for his ravings, and if he is the best the left has to offer is pittied . thanks
Answer2HoustonAnswered at 2012-08-26 01:51:03
Exactly . GOP is trying to sell 9/11 in the same way that McCain is selling his POW status and portray themselves as the only party that cares about rightious america . Who is GOP is anti - American . MedlinePlus Same old shit ...
Answer3BlueberryAnswered at 2012-09-27 21:31:02
Let me know when the Democratic Party no longer represents the defeat . That 's all I have defended in the past four years is that we have lost what we gotta go. Cut and Run . Bush lied , people died . Its hilarious how many people are so misinformed when these weapons have been found . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Warning ** ** Liberals are about giving bad grade and the conservatives who speak the truth !
Answer4not_good_at_mathAnswered at 2012-10-16 10:33:12
Given that the betrayal of what the troops are fighting for has been registered by the Democrats . I'd rather have 9/11 trademark by people who are actually doing something about it.
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