Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue

Yes like many other Americans this is a great day. A day we been waiting on for 10 years now. No I don't think it will change al Qaeda maybe piss them off more but someone will stand up and take control of there hate. Bin Laden you got off easy if you ask me a gun battle so many ways I could have thought of to got rid of your sorry ass anyway burn in hell fuckface! But forget that for now today is a happy day for Americans so enjoy it. Just keep in mind today of those who lost there lives on September 11, 2001 and there families today. May God Bless the United States of America!

5 Responses
  1. naturgesetz Says:

    As a Christian, I always hope that someone finds God's mercy, and I know that I shouldn't wish evil on anybody.

    But Osama bin Laden did receive earthly justice for 9/11 and all the other terrorist acts he was behind. His death is also an act of self defense for the U.S.A. and on behalf of the whole Western world (and moderate Muslims), because he was still masterminding terrorist actions. So the world is safer without him around.

  2. Eric Says:

    bin Laden was indeed the epitome of evil on this earth. I think if he could have killed every American on Earth he would have done it and not lost any sleep. Everyone is safer now that he is dead and they also know that we Americans never forget those who died on 9/11 and we vowed to never rest until our dead were avenged!

  3. ryan field Says:

    Nice post, Ryan :)

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I agree wholeheartedly. I wonder if his 72 virgins were waiting for him at the bottom of the Arabian Sea. And I wonder if the reports of the services they held for him were true or if they just chucked him off the bow and ran over his sorry corpse.

    In any case, a great post, Ryan, very appropriate.

    Peace <3

  5. Austin Says:

    Killing is never right, but it is sometimes necessary - for a variety of reasons.

    I'm not happy the man's dead. I feel no joy in that. There is some sense of finality in it, some bit of closure, but even that is transient. However, it was probably a necessary action, and so I while I don't celebrate it, I don't condemn it either.

    I can certainly understand why others would have more emotional involvement in the issue, and I don't fault them for that either. I just hope that, when the strong emotions cool off, I end up not being the only one who looks at crowds cheering for the death of a man and feels more than a little uneasy.