Osama bin Laden is dead, and our country has reached closure for the mass murder that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001 that left a gaping hole in the soul of our well-being as a nation. After a day of reflection and "news watching", and Facebook conversations I have come to some conclusions.
1) Our Navy Seals are the very best special ops in the world ! It took much planning, and spying and diligence to find Bin Laden but we owe the final closure to these men that risked their lives and utilized their intelligence and physical prowess to bring this evil man to justice.
2) I think we all have felt something isn't right since that fateful day, and I hope and pray that since justice has now been served, we can come together and move forward to solving some very serious challenges in the coming years including the persistent threat of more terrorist attacks.
3) I'm disappointed that there are already rumors of "conspiracy" and doubts coming from the far right Tea Party and others. I feel this is an insult to our country at a time when we need to heal as a nation. It diminishes the accomplishments of the Navy Seals. It implies that our young men couldn't have accomplished this because the President is in the "wrong" party and therefor all all that occurs is suspect.
4) I offer praise to the President of the United States for having the guts and determination to give the order to move forward to get Bin Laden. The risk was very high as failure would have been personally catasrophic to him. I know the entire right wing of our political spectrum is loathe to praise anything about the President, but try to see things in perspective as an American not a Republican or a "Tea Partier". He got the job done. End of story.
5) I was cautioned by some of my fellow Christians for celebrating the death of OBL, and for offering up the hope that he is on a high speed railroad to Hell. I must admit, I was perhaps overly emotional when I made a comment out in the open on Facebook to that effect. But I stand behind the sentiment of my comments, with some caveats. The world is a better, safer place now that he is dead. The good Lord makes all decisions and metes out justice to all of us as he sees fit. Maybe I shouldn't hope, but I certainly would appreciate the justice if Osama bin Laden is joining Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and others of their ilk and is banished from the sight of God for a very, very long time..... left to the depths of Hell and the empty darkness of his evil thoughts and deeds.
In My Humble Opinion,