The news broke not long ago, Osama bin Laden was killed in a small military firefight authorized by President Obama. It was not a joint operation with Pakistan; no Americans were killed in the operation; no civilians were killed. This has several different implications. It's clearly a symbolic victory for the United States, having killed the man responsible for thousands of deaths. It has probably secured President Obama a second term, and people are still converging outside the White House and Ground Zero to celebrate. It might even break the moral of Al Qaeda some. But then there's the possible retaliation. Al Qaeda could get, well, infuriated, and use this as a rallying point for more attacks. And, there are, of course, the moral implications of celebrating a man's death, and the fact that there was no trial. Personally, I'm looking at this for a victory for the United States, if nothing more than a symbolic one. It doesn't feel right celebrating a man's death to me, but this is certainly...I honestly don't know how to put this in to words. I'm very curious to see what you guys think about this.