The piddling few who bothered to show up, are almost all people who have stated their disdain for Bush, and mistakenly blame his administration for Al Qaeda's "unthinkable" atrocity. I feel for them, but I feel just as much for everyone else who suffered from this Pearl Harbor-esque attack, from the firemen who died, to the ones who suffered irreversible lung-damage from the smoke and dust, to the soldiers mobilized in response, their families and friends, and all Americans who haven't slept properly since the rising tide of Islamofascism reared its ugly, bearded face in the windscreen. I wouldn't put any big stock in the words or actions of these partisans, anymore than I would in the guy at the Peace Rally who was holding this sign:
In Israel, as they have dealt with these madmen for far longer than we have, the people no longer have any childish illusions about their government's ability to protect them at all times, from every attack. There is no such security left, in the world.
This 9/11 investigation is necessary, and possibly even healthy in the big picture, but all you're going to see on TV are the political signs and soundbites. Nothing constructive, just a lot of finger-pointing. If you want to skip the middlemen, and go to The Source for that sort of thing, I have a hot button for you to push: