I took this picture from Ellis Island on 08/07/1992. The copper panels in the foreground, they form a low wall surrounding the plaza outside of the Statue of Liberty, are stamped with the last names of those huddled masses who had come to America looking for a better life. Please take a moment out of your busy day to reflect on the ideals that make America such a great country, and to remember those that lost their lives in these towers, just doing their daily routines.
And those on Flight 93.
None but the radical Muslim terrorists knew that this would be the last day that they would brush their teeth,
read the paper, or talk to their loved ones.
I'm thankful that I have this picture.