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Osama Bin Laden dead

It is amazing that he was killed in Pakistan. A country where I said in 2001 that if we were serious we would go there to get him. Instead we went to Iraq on pure bull.

I do not celebrate his death. I moan for the senseless loss of lives we have caused since 2001.

Bush once said Bin Laden was not his problem. He stated Bin Laden was the next president's problem. Obama has his resolution.

I now wait for the media to give Bush credit. Americans need to be cautious in their response. Bin Laden's death is not s mandate he is just dead. Imperialism will no longer be tolerated in this world.

President Obama is about to make his remarks.

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