Monday, September 11, 2006

Eloquence on 9/11

I really didn't do much to think about memorializing 9/11 today. I saw them lowering the flags to half mast on campus this morning, and besides that it persisted in and out as a passing thought in my mind throughout the day. However, the most eloquent speech on the subject that I have found was spoken by MSNBC's Keith Olbermann tonight. Not only am I finding him to be of the best caliber journalists on TV these days, but, in an era applauding "plainspokenness" over "eloquence," Keith is also one of the most stirring in his words.

I encourage everyone to watch.

(Linked video from the excellent Crooks and Liars)

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