Lindsay Lohan Remembers And Reflects On 9/11
MOMENT OF SILENCE
Lindsay writes, “I am in New York and I would like to remind everybody to take a moment today for those lost in tragedy that occurred on 9/11/01.
Samantha added, “Waking up in NYC this morning 7 years later and it feels like just yesterday this city and our worlds were turned upside down…. Never in my lifetime had I ever believed that I would see such horror- the kind that you see in documentaries set in far off places and read about in text books- Never in my life had I ever thought that I would wake up and fall asleep afraid- watching things on television that felt like a film- walking through a city that felt like a war zone. There were army vehicles on Houston street, barricades dividing neighborhoods and lines around the block of people waiting to donate blood set in front of a backdrop of smoke filling a space where two of the largest buildings once stood. Two buildings that shaped one of the most famous skylines in this country, or in the world…… Seven years later and I will never forget. I don’t really know what to say except to all those we lost we will never forget and never take for granted the sacrifices that you made.
Senators John McCain and Barack Obama will be putting their presidential politics aside today for the seventh anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001, appearing together at Columbia University for a forum on public service.