May 01, 2011

Thoughts on the Death of Osama bin Laden

They got him.

Nearly ten years ago, my city and my country suffered the worst terrorist attack in world history.

This unspeakable act impacted people from all over America. Even if you were from a small town in say Alabama, miles away from the attacks, it was as though it was your family who had lost somebody. Because you had. This was personal.

Today, US forces have finally delivered justice to the man responsible for the destruction of the building I worked in, as well as the other atrocities done on September 11, 2001.

Let's take a moment to honor those who died nearly ten years ago. And to remember how very grim it was that day.

God bless the US Military, including the Special Forces, and the CIA, FBI, and our brothers from in Britain and many other lands, and all in the Obama and Bush administrations who played any part in bringing Obama to justice this day.

The mills of God grind slow, but they grind exceedingly fine.

God bless America.


Anonymous said...

Don't believe everything you hear, don't believe half of everything you see. This could be a PLOY to re-elect Obama. Think about it?

InfoBee-yotch said...

I was just thinking how hard dialysis is on the body. I watched with heartbreak a parent age 20 years in 6 months on dialysis and have major hospitalizations at least once a year as a result of complications that come from dialysis. Dialysis is life sustaining treatment that just so happens to be hell on the body. In short, I highly suspect Osama bit the big one ages ago.

The Troll said...

you know what would be great? A picture of the dead Osama to go with this wonderful post

Anonymous said...

Its very telling that a certain group of folks cheered and danced on 9/11 and are now as quiet as a church mouse. I wonder why?