Do you think the White House's decision not to release the photos of bin Laden i

  1. megwinkler profile image60
    megwinklerposted 7 years ago

    Do you think the White House's decision not to release the photos of bin Laden is a good idea?

  2. Lady In NC profile image38
    Lady In NCposted 7 years ago

    Hi , No I think they should show us America Citizens every & all proof of the death of Bin Laden .. The current Administration has not earned trust thus far . SO , We need proof of this event as well ..... President Bush showed all Saddam Hussein's .. He included us in the take down of an Evil Dictator that our Awesome Troops were sent to do ...

    So , Show us Proof Obama

  3. Wayne Brown profile image85
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    The Whitehouse, as usual, wants to spin this whole affair in too many directions that benefit only the President. On the one hand they want to portray him as careful and calculating in making his decision so wisely from all the alternatives. In truth, there were only two...do nothing or in the interest of guarding against the death of innocents and civilians, sent in the Seals.  Everything other alternative was a blind strike that would only be used in a battlefield environment.  Secondly, they want to say that Osama was killed in a fire-fight yet by their own admittance, he was said to be unarmed.  So, when did the firefight take place...who had the guns other than the Seal Team?  No one seems to want or to be able to answer that question. They want to portray the President as respectful of the Islamic faith whereby he had the body prepared and conducted an Islamic service prior to burying it at sea. They want the President to appear considerate of the America people by not showing the rather gruesome photos to the public yet no one is quite clear who he is being considerate of....the survivors of 9/11 certainly aren't the receiptients nor is the American public so you can only assume he is playing to the Islamic side again.  Right now, this is about Obama.  If the pictures are released, it will not be about Obama anymore but more Like Osama.  WB

 
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