Monday, May 2, 2011

Osama bin Laden is Dead: Shot in the Head

The moral of the Osama bin Laden story is: If you want something done right, do it yourself. The United States first tried to work with other governments in our pursuit of Osama bin Laden, but that did not work. Pakistan while they say they are our friend compromised our efforts. The bottom line of our success in finally killing Osama bin Laden is that we told no one of our plans and we carried them out with our own people. Had we done that years ago, we may have been successful then. But, for all those countries and people around the world that think we are soft, a paper tiger, let them chew on this USA success for a while. USA! USA! USA!!!


LceeL said...

I hope that every terrorist leader associated with Al Qaeda now knows what the price on their head is - and it is a price that will be paid.

One down. And all the rest of those stupid, blind, idiots to go.

J. Kwiatkowski-Schuler said...

Civilian casualties on 9/11- 2974. Civilian casualties in Iraq war- about 98,000. Civilian casualties in Afghan war- about 16,000. Just for a little perspective. I hope our recent victory ushers in a new era of military sobriety.

moneythoughts said...

If you look at it that way, look at the millions of people that were killed in battle or murdered by the Nazis because of Hitler. Sometimes killing one man has a huge price, but to have left Osama bin Laden live would have been the wrong thing to do. That is my opinion.

Butch said...

Your opinion is absolutely fine Fred. We didn't kill a Muslim, we killed a killer and potentially a dictator had he ever been able to lead a country. But that wasn't his intent, it was the murder of as many people as possible in his shortened lifetime.

Today they say we buried him wrong. It shouldn't have been in the water. Well I would agree to some extent. The water was fine, the Muslim burial was wrong and the casket should have been a barrel with holes in it so the crabs could go in and out to feed.

Gruesome, yes; but just how I feel and that's my opinion.