We need proof of Bin Laden's death...

@taski24 (214)
Philippines
May 1, 2011 10:47pm CST
It is relatively easy for anyone, especially the President, to say that Obama Bin Laden has been killed. But without the proof, it would remain a speculation. There always the chance that Osama Bin Laden would resurface sometime in the future, only to refute the press release of the President of the United States (POTUS). When that happens, he can kiss his bid for re-election goodbye...
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@Taskr36 (13928)
• United States
2 May 11
We have proof. You really should check the facts before making a post like this. He was killed a week ago. We only heard about it today because they, very wisely, waited until thorough DNA testing was completed to verify his identity. This is too big a deal to screw up and everyone involved knew it.
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• United States
2 May 11
Taskr does not favour President Obama. And he is well learned. He is a stickler for proof on anything. I agree with Taskr on this one. I personally, am a 9/11 conspiracy theorist, so, I also understand your point, taski24. It could be hugely staged, but doubtful this far away from Obama's certain reelection.
@Janey1966 (24127)
• Carlisle, England
2 May 11
I believe they have killed Bin Laden and I'm glad about it. What I found distasteful, however, were the celebrations in the streets at Ground Zero and Washington. What was that all about? If you were a Muslim in the neighbourhood how would you feel? Fairly uneasy I would think and most Muslims don't support Bin Laden and what he stood for, anyway. At least we're more dignified about it over here in the UK. A woman was interviewed whose son was killed on 9/11 (yes, there were nationalities other than Americans murdered that day) and she was so dignified on the news, it was lovely to see. Obviously, she is relieved that Bin Laden is no more but she is not stupid enough to think that it's the end as far as terrorism goes. Justice has been done for her son and those like him. That's all that matters to her and she is grateful to President Obama. Tony Blair has been quoted as passing on his "heartfelt thanks and gratitude" to Obama which sums it up really. Like the Birth Certificate incident, this will not go away (the proof) but, I for one, believe it and so should everyone else. The ones with blood on their hands are the Pakistani government. Heads should roll.
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@Janey1966 (24127)
• Carlisle, England
11 May 11
Many thanks for the BR, it's much appreciated!
@sam3m1 (190)
• United States
2 May 11
if you hate obama, you're not going to believe it, of course. after all, if it's true you'd have to admit that obama might have done something right. i know that's tough to do, but there it is.
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@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
3 May 11
I don't hate BO, but I do hate his inept, freedom-killing policies. Still, even a stopped clock is right twice a day... That said, since this effort started long before he took the White House, you can hardly lay the credit entirely in his lap. Maggiepie "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." ~ Albert Einstein
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@sender621 (14956)
• United States
2 May 11
This is too important of a statement to be fooled by. we do nneed prove that he can no longer make another person a senseless victim. seeing is believing and this is just something that we can not accept without undeniable proof. it is for the safety and concern of everyone that we can rest assured.
@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
2 May 11
If this occurred a couple of weeks before the election then I would say that maybe it was a political stunt but not this far out. Too much could happen between now and election day.
• United States
2 May 11
I appreciate your comment here. It's not staged as a stunt - I think it is just breaking news.
@stary1 (6622)
• United States
2 May 11
I understood they already checked the DNA..I didn't know it could be done so quickly but that's what I heard...