Well i agree its good riddance to bad rubbish, but to think for a moment that there isnt someone waiting in the wings to take his spot would be
foolhardy. How long did it take for the US to catch up with this guy. Its one less to worry about for now but i wouldnt want to be on the ground in
Iraq in the next few weeks as there will surely be waves of retaliatory strikes. As if there arent enough each day now. On a positive note it is one
less evil p#$%k to worry about.
The proof is all over the news. POSITIVE facial identification and POSITIVE genetic identification with photos coming up soon.
It's more of a morale blow to Al-Queda in Iraq than anything. It will disrupt attacks in the short term. In the long term I guess the terrorists will
be less organized/accurate/effective until someone takes the throne.
Don't forget Bin Laden is still around. So this is not the end of Al-Queda by any means.
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