The papers and news are all ablaze with the death of Osama Bin Laden.
I'm of the opinion that , while important, his death doesn't really change anything.
If they would have nailed him in January 2002, I think his death would have had more meaning.
It would have shown that if you commit an act of terrorism, be prepared to have retribution swiftly thrust upon you. What his death shows now is that if you commit a mass act of terrorism you will pay, but it might take 10 years or so, and you have that time to go about your business and keep plotting the deaths of your "enemies".
I think that's like punishing your dog six weeks after he shits on the floor. It's not an example or a lesson.
I'm sure that there are those who will look at Osama and say "At least he didn't get away with it." But there are probably others who would say "He got away with it for a long fucking time."
I'm one of the later.