2 May
2011
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A great day for America, and more days like this need to come

Today was a great day for the great United States of America, we finally got the man who is responsible for the 9/11 attacks as well as many attacks on American soldiers and civilians. Osama Bin Laden is no more. For too long he was hiding from the United States. For too long, he sent out threatening messages to United States and it’s Allies. And for too long he and his organization Al-Qaida launched attacked on America and it’s Allies.

But thanks to our Navy SEALs and CIA, Osama got destroyed and Americans should be happy, enjoy this great day that we all are celebrating.

What we really all need to realize is that despite the fact that Osama Bin Laden is no more, the Taliban, Al-Qaida, and other terrorists throughout the globe still operate in plans to destroy The U.S., it’s allies, and others that stand in its way. The Taliban are still around, trying to regain all of Afghanistan, Al-Qaida while weakened over the last few years is not out for the count and are trying everything they can to start more attacks again, and there are many homegrown terrorists in the U.S. and other western countries ready to launch terrorist acts against civilians and military targets.

Osama Bin Laden is no central head where taking him out takes out Al-Qaida and all other terror cells. When you have cells that act like splinters, taking out the leader at best takes out or damages the splinter cell. Obama was just another splinter, and Al-Qaida has been more of a bunch of splinter groups for the last several years since Osama was in hiding.

For America, the West, and anyone else who wants to take out Al-Qaida, the Taliban, and other terrorists groups, the most important thing now is to keep going and going. No, point of stopping now, it’s time to continue taking out the enemies of the America and the West. They won’t stop, they won’t play nice, why should we?

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1 Comment

  • Too bad the President decided to take away from the moment by turning his speech into a campaign ad.