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We Got Him, Pete, We Got Him

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  • gwen

    I have a problem with a the dancing and celebrations in the streets across the US. It brings to mind all of the celebrations in the Arab world in the aftermath of 9/11. It just seems wrong celebrating the death of a human—even a monster like Bin Laden. I think we would be better served by trying to figure out how such a monster was created in the first place, and how to prevent another one from taking his place. Or, failing that, detecting and averting him/her before another catastrophic mass murder could occur.

  • [...] (if not hundreds of thousands) of people were directly affected by 9/11—meaning they had family and friends who were killed as a result of the planning and direction of this man. Many millions more empathize and recognize [...]

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