I’ve been following the news lately looking for something to talk about this week and I realized many are using the Bin Laden killing to fuel controversy. Was it “enhanced interrogation policies” that led to Osama being caught and killed? And if so, should we continue these policies? Or is torturing cruel and not the proper way? Do we give credit to the Obama administration or the Bush administration? Is it okay to openly rejoice in the streets about this death? Was it okay to throw Bin Laden into the sea and not give him a burial?
Why is there any controversy over this? I have no idea … to me it is a wonderful time for the USA and for democracy. Bin Laden is finally dead! Who wouldn’t feel wonderful about that? This is a time for everyone to come together and rejoice, not for arguing and bickering