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    9/11: America's Unfinished Business

    Before we head to Syria to avenge the mass murder of their kids, how about we finish avenging ours?

    When I say "finish," of course I really mean "start." A dozen years after the 9/11 attacks, the trials

    against the jihadist plotters who incinerated pregnant women, firefighters, grandparents, newlyweds,

    toddlers and schoolkids on their first-ever plane rides have yet to begin.

    Justice not only has been delayed and denied. Justice has been demoted, disowned and deserted.

    Justice for the 9/11 victims and families isn't blindfolded. She's gagged and hogtied.

    The terror-coddling Obama White House squandered precious years trying to shut down Gitmo to

    appease the peaceniks, transnationalists and Muslim grievance-mongers. President Obama and

    Attorney General Eric Holder arrogantly attempted to shove civilian trials of terrorists -- which would

    have been held a stone's throw from Ground Zero -- down New Yorkers' throats. Ever since, Team

    Obama has dragged its feet on military tribunals for the al-Qaida crew.

    If we're lucky -- that's a big if -- the death penalty war crimes trials for KSM and his co-conspirators

    may begin in the fall of 2014. Maybe. Thanks to cunning delays, made-for-media theatrics and

    stomach-turning whining by the Gitmo detainees, the journey to hold the 9/11 plotters accountable has

    become a vulgar joke.

    The last time pretrial hearings were held, defendants used their international platform to complain

    about bathroom breaks and Navy food, which one accused terrorist equated to "torture." Despite

    being supplied with fresh halal meals that comport with their Muslim dietary requirements, one

    member of KSM's posse complained that his lunches did not include extra condiments such as olives

    and honey.

    Back at Club Gitmo, other jihadi suspects continue to enjoy taxpayer-subsidized movie nights, art and

    English classes, and Nintendos and PlayStations. And if the clogged wheels of justice for 9/11 victims

    weren't bad enough, don't forget: In 2009, the Obama administration dropped the charges against

    2000 U.S.S. Cole bombing suspect, Gitmo detainee and former Persian Gulf Operations Chief for alQaida Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri -- and has made no progress on bringing him to justice since

    reinstating the charges (only under public pressure) in 2011.

    How is it that America is poised to use our military -- the American people's, not Obama's -- for a

    humanitarian intervention that may very well aid and abet the same barbaric forces that brought

    unprecedented death and destruction to New York City, Shanksville, Pa., and Washington, D.C., just 12

    short unavenged years ago?

    How is it that we prosecuted 2009 Fort Hood jihadist Nidal Hasan quicker than his bloodthirsty

    Islamist brethren who orchestrated the 2001 terror plot that killed more than 2,700 innocent men,

    women and children?

    Remember: The Bush administration first brought military charges of conspiracy, murder in violation

    of the law of war, attacking civilians, hijacking aircraft and terrorism against KSM and his Koraninspired killing crew in 2008. Obama recklessly aborted those military tribunals in his bleeding-heart

    social justice bid to provide full U.S. constitutional protections for the foreign soldiers of Allah.

    It took the united stand of 9/11 families, veterans, anti-jihad watchdogs and first responders in Manhattan in late 2009 to force Obama and Holder to retreat. They raised their voices to keep 9/11

    war crimes trials out of civilian courts, foreign terrorists off of U.S. soil and America from returning to

    pre-9/11 days when the feds responded to deadly terrorist attacks with arrest warrants. The 9/11 Never

    Forget Coalition refused to stand on the sidelines while Obama's soft-on-jihad lawyers moved to grant

    war criminals the same rights as American citizens while endangering the safety of New Yorkers.

    Debra Burlingame, founder of 9/11 Families for a Safe and Strong America and sister of American

    Airlines Flight 77 pilot Charles Frank "Chic" Burlingame III (the flight the jihadists crashed into the

    Pentagon) sounded the alarm and warned the Obama/Holder brigade: "We will fight you all the way."

    That's the unapologetic vigilance America was supposed to have adopted after the towers fell, the

    planes crashed and the ashes choked the air. Instead, America's leaders have allowed jihadists to make

    a mockery of justice. Muslim Brotherhood radicals waltz freely in and out of the nation's capital.

    Border security remains a joke. A functioning entry-exit program for foreign visa-holders is still

    nonexistent. There still is no systemic, coherent and unapologetic plan to keep Islamic radicals from

    spreading their hate and endangering Americans in our military, prisons and schools.

    I'm sick of 9/11 anniversary ceremonies by politicians who pay lip service to peace and justice for our

    country, but refuse to secure them all the way, every day. Remembrance is worthless without resolve.

    Resolve is useless without action.

    Want to honor the 9/11 dead? Take care of unfinished business here at home. Put America first.

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