There is allot of water cooler talk about the death of UBL and to show the photos or not to show the photos. For me, I do not necessarily want to see a picture of a dead person but I do understand human nature to slow down to get a good look at the accident. I have very strong feelings about people who can stage a murdering and release it to the world. They are animals and deserve to be treated as such. Given that, we are above the animals and I agree whole heartedly with the respect that they showed the body of UBL in burial. I could not consider myself a disciple of jesus christ if I did not. I also thought it was brilliant to put him in the ocean where nobody knows. Respect with a little “now what are ya going to do” on the end of it. I also agree with not releasing the photos in order to not upset the redicals that would use it to justify more death to innocent people. Again, we are not animals and do not take delight in seeing death. It saddens my heart to see Gods children in such disarray in the middle east.
I do not see our administration doing anything to stabilize the situation over there. Every descision is destabilizing. Getting Egypts president to step down. Now %75 percent of the people running for office in Egypt is from the muslim brotherhood. A group that would have every american man, woman, and child beheaded publicly (that may be slight exaggeration but they wold impose sharia law). Libya, wouldn’t it have been a more stabilizing effort to bring that arrogant son of a gun to the table and give him his last warning. Next one won’t miss (wink wink). Now we are supporting a group of people from and area in libya known to have al-Qeada operatives. We are giving them support of who really knows what. I can see those thank you’s coming back at us wearing vests ladened with c4 stamped with made in the USA. Now we have killed UBL and have very publicly pushed it in the face of Pakistan (not like they didn’t deserve it a little). We are purposly destabilizing our relationship there for what reason I have no idea or other than to continually weakening the region for some kind sweeping change. I’ll let you try to guess at what that may be. All I know is that I would not want to be Europe right now.
Why is the administration taking this approach of destabilization v. stabilizing?
In closing, Am I nuts or does anyone else see this?