Sunday, May 1, 2011

Yup.


Enough said.

6 comments:

  1. OSAAAAAAMMMAAA, OSAAAAAAMMMAAA, OSAAAAAAMMMAAA....YOU DEAD!

    [think hockey chant...]

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  2. May 1, 2003 - Bush was on the aircraft carrier with the 'mission accomplished' sign.
    fucking irony.


    thanks to the troops that made this possible.

    and, a final fuck you to osama and all the hate he perpetrated.

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  3. anyone else getting pissed off at anyone saying that we shouldn't be ecstatic about this?!?

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  4. @Stan

    I'll admit that I'm uncomfortable with the way some people are celebrating a death — even if it is the death of the most wanted man in the world. I'm happy and relieved he's gone and won't be leading another attack. But my instinct is more to reflect what the past ten years have cost us, not to work myself into a celebratory, flag-waving furor.

    But to each his own, I suppose. I won't tell you how to feel if you grant me the same courtesy

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  5. The issue of celebration is a big one. In one sense, yes, we are celebrating the death of someone, but that's not how I see it.

    I see it as celebrating a huge, unifying moment for our country. We are celebrating 10 years of hard work of our military branches and government. I think the symbol of finally achieving the goal is worth celebrating, not so much as the death of a human.

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