I found some unsettling things as I checked socialist media:
Here's what someone called "Jeralyn" says about Osama's death, emphasis added:
Justice is done when someone is apprehended and brought to trial, and convicted or acquitted. Murdering a suspect is not bringing him to justice.
What changes Osama's death will bring: Heightened security measures, retributive attacks, and years more of the Government's war on terror and war in Afghanistan and elsewhere.
I can understand that people are relieved Osama bin Laden is dead. I cannot understand cheering his murder. Murder is not a cause for jubilation.
The socialists made sure to say that for Pakistanis, Osama bin Laden "has faded". That's odd, considering bin Laden is a hero to the Muslim world. In Pakistan, and the Palestinian territories and in all Muslim countries, there were parades and street celebrations for 9/11. Now, their hero "has faded"? That's very unlikely.
On the day America's worst enemy is brought down, these weirdo socialists are still running interference, still warping reality to strengthen our enemies. If the hero worship for the mass murderer "has faded", I wonder why the State Department issued security advisories world wide?
Should Muslims decide to lose control of themselves, like when cartoons of Mohammed are published, it will be interesting to watch public media try to deny the video evidence or fall back on the old standby of blaming conservative foreign policy.
Their lead right now, front and center, has .... not the military, not our people celebrating in Times Square, but quotes from ... wait for it ... Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. These are the people who sided against the United States in the Iraq War. These are the people who called the War on Terror, Bush's War on Terror. Reid said, "The war in Iraq is lost." I can't think of any opinion less important.