• Take time today to forget about Osama and remember his victims

    Osama bin Laden is dead. Pretty much gave up the thought of ever seeing that happen.

    While ascribing all the evils of the last 10 years to one guy seems naive, Osama triggered death and war and a host of terror-inspired curbs on freedom that we’re never going to wipe away with his death. Good riddance. It’s guys like you that make taking Jesus’ commandment to love your enemies nearly impossible.

    What disturbed me last night were the cheering throngs in the streets.

    We didn’t win anything.

    I started to write something similar, but Michele’s post is better than what I would have said. Granted, I’ve got “Ding! Dong! The witch is dead!” running through my head, but this isn’t your favorite sport team’s championship. This is the end of an expensive, bloody manhunt that might have meant something concrete years ago. Now, it’s just a symbolic act of retribution that doesn’t change much. Stop acting like the thugs in the streets on September 12, 2001, who cheered the attack on innocents and felt righteous doing so. Now is the time for quietly remembering all the lives lost over the last 10 years either due to this man’s minions or in the pursuit of justice.

  • Ric The Schmuck
    Monday, May 2nd, 2011 at 10:14 | #1

    As usual, you are right on the money.

    Now we have to listen to the battle over who gets credit, whether it’s a fake/scam, blah, blah, blah.

    Move along folks. Maybe we’re a little better off, scope-of-things-wise, but this isn’t the end of WW2 here.

  • Monday, May 2nd, 2011 at 20:20 | #2

    You are right…I’m not so favorably impressed by seeing our baboons dancing in the street so much like those who abroad who dance when America suffers some sort of loss. All in all, if you’re comparing deaths tolls ObinL vs USA, I so believe that USA wins by a landslide. What’s worth cheering about that?

  • Sunday, May 15th, 2011 at 07:49 | #3

    Yep. Agreed.

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