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Tag: Osama bin Laden
By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
My father, who was old enough to fly P-51D Mustangs for the USAAF during World War 2, can remember exactly where he was and what he was doing when he heard about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Likewise, my elder brother (the only one of my siblings who is legitimately a baby boomer) can recall exactly where he was and what he was doing when he heard about the assassination of President Kennedy.
In the exact same vein, a certain September morning a decade ago is irremovably burned into my memory.
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I really was ready to give the man credit for going after Osama in Pakistan.
I was ready to say congratulations Mr. President, as I give a hearty Hooah! to our troops and special ground forces that apparently snuffed the life of the top radical islamo-terrorist dirt bag. Hooah! to those troops.
But MR President, I am sorry. You had an opportunity to take appropriate credit as you should be able to, but you goofed. You revealed you had no idea of what was going on on. You gave away your indifference.
In your speech you said you gave the order to take him out"today."
Reports says that Osama bin laden had been killed one week ago by US millitary and CIA operation, The US government waiting for DNA test to confirm and the news will be released by Obama.But he died last week according to our military leadership.
Update [2011-5-2 7:28:35 by JGillman]: OR did he? It seems the raid that killed him did so in the wee hours of the morning yesterday. This guy even tweeted it while happening. Bizarre. Ham and eggs and more ham on me Mr. President. I'll save the TOAST for our boys who did the real work.
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