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Monday, May 2, 2011

Death: Mixed Feelings

I'm not one who normally is happy when a person dies even if they are considered and enemy. Death of even those who we fight against often makes me sad for they had a family and friends just like our troops. I absolutely support our troops!! But, I am rejoicing in Osama Bin Laden's death and a bit sad. Yet, I wanted to be out there celebrating that we finally killed him. I am surprised by my reaction.

Today, our American flag will be flying at dawn. I hope that the unity and patriotism continues, but alas it ended the further we were from 9.11. Today, we are not Democrat, Republican, or Tea Party...We are Americans celebrating as one.

Please be careful today as alerts are high...remember that he was only a figure head and symbol of terrorism.  There are more terroists and will be more attacks here and abroad. The death of Osama Bin Laden has a major impact on the rest of the world where there are cells of his supporters even in the USA.

WE GOT HIM!!!  Thank you to the troops and their friends and family who serve now and for those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice!!


1 comments:

Wanda's Wings said...

This was a good thing. I like you do not rejoice in death, but he was so evil.

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