Operation Osama bin Laden and President Obama.

May 11, 2011 12:19pm CST
Do you think the success in operation Osama bin Laden would increase the popularity of President Obama in the United States of America? Do you think he would try to en-cash the credit as his popularity seems to be in the decline in that country?
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5 responses
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
12 May 11
I think the effort in stopping the terrorism acts is to protect the innocent people and not for the name. It can not be denied that the success in eliminating the Osama bin Laden will promote the popularity of the President Obama in the United State. This is a good lesson to the less of the terrorists in this world so that they understand the consequences if they try to hurt the innocent people.
• India
19 May 11
I also believe so and also hope that all the countries including Pakistan will work hand in hand to fight these terrorists.
@celticeagle (121065)
• Boise, Idaho
11 May 11
Yes, I do. The success in operation Osama bin Laden would will the popularity of President Obama. I think it is unfair that he is gooding all this positive feed back now. He wasn't the one that did it! The men out in the feild that have been hunting for this man for so many years now are the ones who should get the positive feed back.
@lacieice (2065)
• United States
12 May 11
President Obama is the Commander in Chief of all the military. Without his orders and decisions, Osama would still be alive. No, he was not at the home of Osama, but his orders allowed the SEALS to do their job, so as far as I am concerned, he gets some credit.
@jak2010 (1550)
• Papua New Guinea
11 May 11
Whose popularity , OSAMA or OBAMA. If you talk about OBAMA, I think it is very popular man in the world right now. He is black man who is the first to be USA president, He fixed or bring out US from Economic woes and found OSAMA and have him killed and he visited ground zero and comforted many families than anyother president, he is a well know man. He did not many things of his own time.
• India
12 May 11
Yes, I am talking about President Obama, I do not bother for the popularity of Osama and hope that the other terrorists should also be shown the same path.
@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
3 Nov 12
Just like if you're the captain of a team that wins, you have to take credit for leading that team---even if you don't personally score any points!
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
11 May 11
Probably, he might get credit from it as his first deed on presidency of the United States. He should get some credit on uproot osama bin laden, and revenge on the 9/11 event. Anyway, it might cause some sort of revenge from the other side too. That just non - stop affair.