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Is Osama Bin laden really dead? Then why gas prices are going up?

Updated on June 9, 2011

Death of Terrorism

Is Terror really over?

Well it's really something that Obama was able to do what Bush couldn't, and that's getting rid Osama bin laden. Even though I feel he had nothing to do with 9-11 he has been eliminated once and for all. So to ask a question " The terror really over?" Well as we can see that most of the Middle East is in turmoil, the people over there is battling for their freedom. We as Americans are struggling with the same issues. No jobs means no money, and we are losing our homes, our rights, and our freedom. Osama has been the scapegoat for our troubles for too long. Now I want to know when it will end. The price of gas is sky high, because $3 a gallon is way too much to pay if I say so myself in today's economy. Why do we have to suffer for the mistake that President Bush made? Is it fair that he gets to live on a ranch still getting money from Iraq from the oil he invested in with his buddy Cheney? This has got to stop! Our family is fighting a war that isn't ours in the first place, but we still support our troops in every way. However what do they have to come back too. They have to fight to get their benefits, and they are losing their homes and families because of that. It's not right that we as Americans have to sit back and watch our society deteriorate before our very eyes.

What must we do as a society to bring back some sort of unity and substance in our lives? What will it take for us to realize that One man can't do it all by himself (Obama).? We have done good for quite sometime in our economy and the way we live our life, but now that is only a memory. We have foreigners coming to our counrty doing 10xs better than us. I am a Black man in todays world and its not easy as it is for us, but thats according to which side of bllack you are on of course. However it's no more about the color but the way we are. Osama bin Laden is not the real problem. It's the ones we don't see with all the money and power to manipulate our world to what they see fit and what they benefit most from. The ones that are at the bottom of the totem pole catch all the hell, and are force out of their jobs, and their homes, because people want all they can get and more. When is it going to stop.


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