September 11, 2001his MySpace page
\ We will not forget
\ “This massive attack was intended to break our spirit. It has not done that. It has made us stronger, more determined and more resolved.\0x201D
\ - Rudy Giuliani, Address to the United Nations
\ October 1, 2001
\ Click here to visit the National September 11 Memorial & Museum website.\
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New York Mayor Rudy GiulianiAmericaturned his entire site
Sen. Hillary Clinton (NY)\
September 11, 2001\
We will never forget Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.)\
Remember 9/11 \
Unite again. Former Sen. John Edwards (N.C.)\
We remember Sen. Joe Biden (Del.)\
In tragedy, we stand united. Rep. Dennis Kucinich (Ohio)\
Let us … mourn for those who tragically lost their lives on 9/11 … let us commit that their lives not be lost in vain, but become the basis for a new America of peace and justice. America must regain the moral high ground in our efforts to recover from 911. Sen. Chris Dodd (Ct.) \
A day of remembrance and reaffirming our resolve. \
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson \
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s site features a slideshow of two photos — one promoting a support the troops bumper sticker and the other with the message “Remembering September 11, 2001” over a photo of the Republican standing at a memorial site.\
Republican Fred Thompson (Tenn.) doesn’t mention the anniversary on his home page, nor do Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sam Brownback (R-Kansas), Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) or Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.).\
— Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times
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