Ding Dong the witch is dead. Which old witch? The wicked witch!
Ding Dong the witch is deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeead.
Osama the witch and Obama the OZ. Who’s pulling the levers?
Obama announced the prior month that he was running for second term. How convenient that the witch was killed almost one month after Obama announced running.
We are FUNDING Al Qaeda in Lydia.
This guy is killed? Now? After 10 years? After his organization is sooo vast that there are plenty of other replacements.
Osama is buried? Within Islamic law? Why?
Osama fought against the Russians in Afghanistan and WE (America) funded him. We, in fact, fed the organization, just as we NOW continue to do in Libya and all over the world.
The death of Osama is inconsequential to the terrorists. They have already reorganized to be a much different structure. Osama served his purpose. Obama’s last use of this CHARACTER is to use his “death” as a re election tool. Al Qaeda was created with the help of America and it continues with or without Osama. Osama is dead. OZ lives.
How ARROGANT of Obama to say that it’s under his “leadership” that the WORLD has been made safer due to the death of ONE no longer significant puppet. An American puppet at that.
American because, he was educated and funded by America. Al Qaeda’s benefactor was America. And STILL IS. How is the World safer?
Obama: World Safer Now That Bin Laden’s Dead
Published May 02, 2011
President Obama pauses in the East Room of the White House in Washington May 2 while speaking about the capture and killing of Usama bin Laden.
“This is a good day for America,” the president said.
Speaking at the White House during a Medal of Honor ceremony, Obama briefly addressed bin Laden’s death. He acknowledged the spirit of celebration and patriotism that swept the nation overnight, and described the development as a milestone in the long-running fight against Al Qaeda.
“Our country has kept its commitment to see that justice is done. The world is safer. It is a better place because of the death of Usama bin Laden,” he said. “Today we are reminded that as a nation, there’s nothing we can’t do when we put our shoulders to the wheel, when we work together.”
Obama also thanked America’s service men and women for taking “extraordinary risks” to protect fellow Americans.
“We are truly blessed,” Obama said.
The president first announced late Sunday night that a U.S. team had killed bin Laden in a firefight in Pakistan.
‘No closure’ after Bin Laden’s death, victim’s son says
2 May 2011 Last updated at 13:33 ET
The son of a British man killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks has said news of Osama Bin Laden’s death has brought him no sense of closure.
US President Barack Obama announced on Monday that US special forces had shot dead the Al Qaeda leader in Pakistan.
Rob Halligan, from Coventry, said the death would not bring his father back.
Bob Halligan, 59, was working for an insurance firm on the 99th floor in the south tower of the World Trade Centre when a hijacked plane flew into it.
Mr Halligan had been living in America since the 1980s and was one of about 3,000 people who died in the 9/11 attacks.
His said: “Maybe there’s justice, Bin Laden has got what is coming to him but in terms of closure not for me.
“It’s not about one person, it’s not about Bin laden its about the whole cycle of events.
“I will find closure when I see extremists laying down their weapons.”
Mr Halligan said Bin Laden’s death alone could not give him closure for his father’s death