PETER CRISS: 'I Am Proud To Be An American And A Christian'

Original KISS drummer Peter Criss posted the following message yestdray (September 11, 2006) on his official web site:

"Time passes so fast that no one can stop. But for me and my family, and the brave that gave their lives so unselfishly, and the families that go on day after day with the nightmare of that day, we will remember for infamy. And let's 'never forget.'

"September 11 was one of the saddest days on the planet.

"My prayers go out to all the families that lost so much and to the families of today still in pain and suffering.

"I am proud to be an American and a Christian. Not a day goes by that I don't pray for peace on earth.

"May God bless each and every one of you who stands for freedom and peace. Let's not forget our boys and girls over there dying for us."


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