Like many of you, I remember where I was September 11, 2001 when the terrorist airplanes crashed into the twin towers in New York. That day, my wife Mary forgot to pay the water bill. I turned on the shower receiving a trickle of ice cold water.
Meanwhile, 3000 of my fellow innocent Americans were faced with the nightmarish choice of whether to jump to their deaths or be consumed in flames. I heard a WWII vet say the unity of our nation felt the same to him as it was during WWII.
I pray that my song, “United We Stand” will usher us back to the patriotism we felt that day.
Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American