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pitohui Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-02-11 03:17 PM
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187. maybe you're not doing it right if you think "killing resolves nothing"
Edited on Mon May-02-11 03:18 PM by pitohui
osama bin laden targeted the airline industry and you don't know who among that pilot's personal friends may have died on 9/11 -- if you don't think it's bigger than the superbowl to him, maybe you don't know the whole story

killing resolves the injustice of this mass murderer walking around enjoying his million dollar home, his million dollar fortune, his four wives, and his children all around him...it resolves that just fucking fine

it's bad enough to see people you care about brutally killed for nothing, it's worse to know that the killer is highly placed and beloved by large numbers of crazy people who just want to copy him and that he's living a great life while the victims are forever dead

justice is not "nothing" and terrorists need to pay for their crimes

bin laden died a wealthy man who took shield behind a woman's body, he died a coward, i say that resolves SOMETHING, don't you? maybe a few of his stupid-ass followers will wake up and realize that they were tools and fools...
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