Cheney: ‘I’m ‘Fearful’ Americas Have Forgotten 9/11

Sunday from New York, on AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable” with host John Catsimatidis , while discussing President Barack Obama’s foreign policy and the fight over NSA spying, former Vice President Dick Cheney said on Sunday that he is “fearful” that Americans  “have forgotten what happened” on 9/11.

Cheney said, “You guys saw it all on 9/11, and the possibility for mass casualty attacks is very real.”

“I’m fearful that we’ve gotten far enough away now, after 14 years, far enough away from 9/11, that too many people have forgotten what happened and what it’s like when it does happen,” he continued. “Because there is a danger that next time they will have something deadlier than airline tickets and box cutters when they launch an attack.”

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