What should America do after killing Osama Bin Laden?
After the celebrations and congratulations, what do you think America should do after finally getting Bin Laden?
This is a good time for the president to plan an exit from the region. Enough blood has been spilled over the last 10 years, much of it in the name of capturing this one man. How do we justify this? It is time to come home out from a region of hopeless quagmire.
While I know it was necessary to take out Bin Laden, I hate to see dancing in the streets over the death of anyone. Now we need to be vigilant because Al-quada is not going to let this go.
Grab some Margaritas, inflatable mattresses and hit the beach (preferably somewhere were the sand has no oil mixed-in).
America should start to worry about themselves. Stop interference in other countries. If they don't change that issue fast - and withdraw all foreign based troops the USA is going to suffer severely.
The bin Laden fiasco cost the USA much more than they can afford; in World image, financially and lives. Because of all the costs involved with 'Bin Laden' and 'Sadam Husein' the USA of today is near bankrupt.
Had they used that Money of War and rather spend it within the USA; employ more security measures, create employment, etc; the country would be different today. I am happily not American. Now days I also find none of our international suppliers wants to be paid in USD anymore; preference is to Swiss Franc, Chinese Yuan, Australian Dollars. . .
America should get its troops back to the States; they are needing them rather to help with rebuilding after this latest series of natural events.
Osama is dead and the taliban have been chased from the region. We met goals #1 and #2. When the first goal had been met we should have immediately implemented the draw-down and exit strategy.
There is no reason for our troops to remain in the region.
by Elena 10 years ago
Why does Osama Bin Laden hate America so much?It was announced on the news 24 Jan, that America should expect more attacks. Message from Obama. (I hope it doesn't happen) Why so much hatred?
by puddingicecream 10 years ago
Do you think killing Osama Bin Laden was the "best" idea?
by TIMOBILE 10 years ago
Do you think president Obama might be able to win a bid to remain in office the second time by his 'recent achievement' of killing Osama Bin Laden
by Vizey 11 years ago
Shall Osama Bin Laden ever be caught.? Is he alive or dead?
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
a little something sent to me...do you believe it? do you really care? "Every indication clearly points to last Sunday’s raid being a manufactured ploy to return Americans to a state of post-9/11 intellectual castration" Paul Joseph WatsonInfowars.comMay 9, 2011Merely a week after...
by des donnelly 9 years ago
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