Though justice needed to be exacted, I see no reason to "celebrate" the loss of a human life.
Other than that, "GOOD DAAAAAWG!!!!!"
The Seals done good, a tremendous victory for the civilians, the policeman and especially those firefighters who heroically stormed back into that building with nothing on their minds but saving one more life if they could.
This is NOT a campaign add, it is about America and exacting justice for a horrible deed.
Wonder how many who are celebrating have ever witnessed the violent loss of life.
It is not a party..........
Last edited by road kill; 05-02-2011 at 10:45 AM.
Can only assume the video footage from NY, etc will make their way to the eyes of those who share OBL's sentiments toward our country, and I can't believe they will be anything but angered and motivated.
Surely, we can be relieved and grateful to our men and women in uniform without appearing to celebrate the death of OBL as if it were a Super Bowl win for our favorite team.
Last edited by Roger Perry; 05-02-2011 at 01:36 PM.