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Bin Laden’s Death: A Lesson in Media Malpractice

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  1. Joan Lamountain

    While it may be good news that he’s dead, It doesn’t stop terrorism at all. The situation will not improve. Once again, Americans will be afraid of flying and this will in turn hurt the airline industry. For a nation that’s looking for an economic recovery, this is something we don’t need.

  2. I feel we will never be told the truth here. Buried at sea? Explain that one, and the hell with the phony religious crap! He was armed? Not so much so now the Carnival Barker, Jay Carney says. All of a sudden Obama is being made out to be some kind of hero right after he starts his PROLONGED 18 month reelection campaign? Facts lead us to see that this stinks to high heaven ! Will they show a body wrapped in a white sheet being dumped into the Ocean as proof as Bin Laden’s death and expect Americans to buy into that load of B/S ? Probably.

  3. There are a lot of unanswered questions. We all know we can’t depend on the liar-in-chief to tell us the truth. If he didn’t have such a track record it would be a different story. Seems pretty convenient that all this happens right here at the start of his campaign for re-election. I personally wonder if he hasn’t been dead for years and they just found his bones or something. Who knows.