Home9/119/11: Four Years Later (6) 9/11: Four Years Later (6) Jay Tea September 11, 2005 9/11 4 Comments At this moment, four years, ago, United Airlines Flight 93 with 44 people aboard crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, after the passengers attempt to overpower the hijackers and retake the plane. 9/11: Four Years Later (7) 9/11: Four Years Later (5) Tags:9/11Related Posts How close will the mosque to Ground Zero be? ABC Collapses from Democrat Pressure and Edits “The Path to 9/11” 9/11: Ten Years Later – 10:03AM About The Author Jay Tea 4 Comments Darby September 11, 2005 Watched the “The fight for Flight 93” documentary on Discovery channel. 40 people voted on what to do. 40 people decided to take back the plane. 40 people decided unanimously that they would not be victims. 40 different people from all different walks of life, social class, and religions decided by way of vote to fight the hijackers. These people are Hero’s. One of their surviving family members said something very important in the interview. Their decision to fight back was the first defense against terror. Their sacrifice and battle cry will be their legacy. Let’s roll! insulinpundit September 12, 2005 The opening stanza of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Concord Hymn (1837) feels most appropriate: By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled; Here once the embattled farmers stood; And fired the shot heard ’round the world. “Let’s Roll.” Son Of The Godfather September 12, 2005 …And to remember those heroes, the moonbats want to build a giant red crescent. Wish I were kidding. Check out the story on Michelle Malkin and/or LitteGreenFootballs. You will be outraged. Jay Reding September 12, 2005 There were 40 people on that flight. 40 people and 4 monsters.