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LupinSansei72 Donating Member (26 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-03-11 09:21 PM
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285. what's wrong with the celebrations? nothing!
For the past 10 years, our country and way of life was very much in danger thanks to Osama. And while you might be upset about people celebrating his death at the hands of the SEALS, Osama and his henchmen wouldn't have given a second thought to kill every single one of us. I'm sorry, but there are some people who simply don't believe in compassion, they're monsters. When you have an opportunity to get rid of someone so dangerous, you take it. Trying to be nice to the likes of Osama is bullshit.

There are times to be compassionate--helping Japan after the earthquake/tsuami/nuclear meltdowns--and there are also times when you either drop the hammer or get the hammer dropped on you. That's the way the world works,a nd before you call me a bloodthirsty SOB, I happen to be a Buddhist.

My personal motto is taken from the Shinsengumi, "aku zoku zan"--which literally means destroy evil immediatley.
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