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Sunday, May 1, 2011

It is wrong to taunt (celebrate) the death of Osama Bin Laden by assembling at the WTC location and the White House Grounds.

All things considered, it would have been amazing to actually capture Osama Bin Laden, and not kill him.

In football, when the team that scores a touchdown over celebrates, or the runner with the ball is about to score a touchdown and taunts the opposition just before they reach the end zone, a penalty is assessed on the next play.

I think it's wrong to taunt or celebrate the death of a political figure by assembling and cheering their death. I think just as in football, it leads to other problems that could have been prevented by not taunting or celebrating in the first place.

I also think the first pictures of Osama Bin Laden's death should be given to Al Jazeera before they are run in any U.S. magazine or newspaper.

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