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In an historic address, President Obama announced that Osama bin Laden was killed and that the United States has the body. This comes almost 10 years after 9/11 and eight years to the day after President George W. Bush's "mission accomplished" speech.
How does this monumental development change your view on the war on terrorism? Is this a cause for celebration? Does this provides closure for you, the nation and the families of 9/11 victims? Are you worried about terrorist reprisals?
And what did you think of Obama's speech? Did it change your opinion of the president?
As always, please keep your comments respectful and civil. This can be a sensitive and emotionally charged topic. Being critical or disagreeing with one another doesn't mean you have to do it with a lack of class.