December 7, 1941

"December 7th, 1941 is a day that will live in infamy" -FDR . I'm sad to say Franklin Delano Roosevelt may have been wrong when he said that.
You see FDR, the 32nd President, was talking about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory. Which was at the time, (until September 11th) was the largest attack in american history, and today on its 71st anniversary I'm am sad to say it is not being honered in my part of the country properly. With all those who died that day, I haven't even seen ONE flag at half-staff today. Not but a couple mentions on tv, and no talks about it at school. It's almost sick. I hate to say, I didn't even have a World War 2 vet as a relative or friend, in fact I've only met one and that was at the National WW2 muesum in New Orleans, but it still upsets me, please GET the word out, honor those who tried to defend america on that terrible day. Thank you.
DallasWolf DallasWolf
13-15, M
Dec 7, 2012