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About says it all... God bless America and pray for everyone involved

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God bless them. Only heaven knows how many lives they saved.

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Reading that Fathers and Mothers died in this tragedy just enrages me more. I am a father of two small children and I can't imagine what we would do without their mother or what they would do without me. Swift and BRUTAL punishment is what the ba$tard$ deserve...nothing less!

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it's good to hear of people going down fighting. they may not of known where thier hostage takers were takeing them but they definatly saved lives as a result of thier actions. i have no doubt that the crash was a direct result of thier actions. yes they died but they died saving many lives. i wonder how different the story would have been had the passengers on each of the other 3 planes had done the same. i wonder how much different the outcome would have been. the passengers greatly outnumbered the hijackers and could have easily overpowered them. yes maybe somemore would have been stabbed but many would have been saved. if they had only know what was going to happen in the end.

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