Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Ultimate Hunt, Now Over

This was not a pleasure hunt. It was not a hunt we asked for. And it was certainly not something we wanted. But after the attacks of 9-11, the hunt for Osama bin Laden was certainly something that stayed on the minds of most Americans. After nearly ten years many people began to doubt that we would ever end the hunt for Bin Laden. Well, let this be a lesson for you. If the CIA turns loose the American hounds on you, it’s only a matter of time before they track you down. And then…

I would like to take this time to say how proud I am, as an American, of all the Special Forces teams. These people spend their lives in torturous training, just so they can get sent to the most dangerous places on earth to face the most dangerous people on earth, all to protect the freedoms that we all expect, but so many of us fail to appreciate. I’m sure that any of our Special Forces could have done the job. But it was a Navy SEALS team that was given the task. Thank you, guys. Thank you for making the world a little safer for everyone. I am convinced that if the CIA had found Bin Laden in Hell, the SEALS would have gone in, drug him out and confirmed it was him before sending him back.

There is talk of repercussions because of bin Laden’s death. Well, when you cut the head off, the body dies. Besides, suicide bombers are disposable weapons, but the SEALS that took bin Laden out are now training for their next mission, the American way.


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