I don't know why, but as good as it is to have Bin Laden dead, it makes me uncomfortable to cheer about it. Does this bother anyone else?
Like cheering about any death seems so ghastly, really. It is obviously a very important thing to have happened, but isn’t there a way to deal with this with some decorum? Gathering in silence to remember so many lost on 9/11 and after in the stupid Iraq war. Singing songs of America. Lighting candles. Or am I just off base about my reaction?
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