Michelle Malkin: White House Guidelines on 9-11
August 31, 2011

9-11 is ALL about America

Did you ever see the White House directive and its language?   Amazing, but not unexpected, that posturing would outweigh the importance of the memorial.

“It isn’t just about US.”  That’s the advisory from The White House.  Michelle Malkin reveals the directive from The White House that was apparently leaked to The New York Times….perhaps as a trial balloon?  You decide.

What SHOULD be the focus of the 9-11 Memorial?  The families.  The heroes.  The attack on American soil and the way it has changed our entire WAY OF LIFE.  Seems like it IS about….Us.

One doesn’t feel like the Democrat-led White House, and the liberal-working Mayor Michael Bloomberg are as interested in America’s tribute and sacrifice of American families as …..their other agendas.  Thanks to Michelle Malkin we have the very words from The White House.

The guidelines list what themes to underscore — and, just as important, what tone to set. Officials are instructed to memorialize those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and thank those in the military, law enforcement, intelligence or homeland security for their contributions since.

“A chief goal of our communications is to present a positive, forward-looking narrative,” the foreign guidelines state.

Copies of the internal documents were provided to The New York Times by officials in several agencies involved in planning the anniversary commemorations. “The important theme is to show the world how much we realize that 9/11 — the attacks themselves and violent extremism writ large — is not ‘just about us,’ ” said one official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe internal White House planning.




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