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RUSH: This is December 7th, the anniversary of the first of three attacks on our homeland. December 7th, 1941, Pearl Harbor, and then, of course, September 11th, 2001. You know what the third attack on our homeland was? February 26th, 1993, the first attack on the World Trade Center. People conveniently leave that one out. That was the first attack of the World Trade Center, the date that some count as the start of the war on terror that the terrorists started nine years before the war that we finally decided to strike back, and, no, I’m not blaming Bill Clinton. He did everything he could, folks, everything in the world he could to fight terrorism, and confront and defeat those guys — with subpoenas. Did everything he could out there. But this is Pearl Harbor Day, and as each anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day comes and goes, there are fewer and fewer people who remember it, but we always remember it and will never forget it here at the EIB Network.

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