Should we continue to not show bin Laden's corpse in the media?
Do you think Obama attempting to not inflame the radical Muslim sects by withholding visual confirmation of bin Laden's death is a good thing?
It'snot necessary.Lets forget about it.People have more important things to do.It's enough with that's story.
My answer to this will forever stay the same. How would Americans feel if it was Obama who had died and Al Qaeda flaunted the images. People follow Obama regardless if he does good or bad things. Same goes for Bin Laden. I am not saying that bin laden was a good person by any means. However, showing his picture isn't going to solve anything. In my opinion I am having a hard time swallowing the details of how it all went down, but a picture will not sway how I feel, nor will it many others..
by AnnCee 7 years ago
The image, caught on home video, is a defining one: a hunched Osama bin Laden, in pathetic, lonely domesticity, with a grey beard and a blanket covering him like a shawl, surveying the television wasteland for images of himself. How banal this epitome of evil turned out to be.That is why Osama's...
by James Stratton 7 years ago
They disposed of Bin Laden's body quite hastily, why the rush?Habeas corpus must not apply to covert operations? Are we to ''take them at their word''? I smell cover-up.
by OLYHOOCH 7 years ago
By HUMA KHAN and MATTHEW JAFFE May 5, 2011In the wake of the U.S.-led operation that killed Osama bin Laden, billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to Pakistan are in jeopardy as relations between the two countries turn sour. Pakistan is coming under fire for not being able to spot bin Laden, who,...
by Skarlet 6 years ago
Why does the mainstream media continue to attack Mitt Romney?Now that we know Mitt Romney has paid MORE than his fair share of taxes and donated millions to charities, why do people keep demonizing him? Obama came out after four Americans were murdered and said, "well, we've had a bad...
by Reality Bytes 6 years ago
"Citing the law, The Associated Press asked for files about the raid in more than 20 separate requests, mostly submitted the day after bin Laden's death. The Pentagon told the AP this month it could not locate any photographs or video taken during the raid or showing bin Laden's body. It also...
by mdawson17 9 years ago
Do you think this presidency will be a successful one or will it turn out to be worse than the bush's term?
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