May 2, 2011

Osama Bin Laden mini-project, Victoria, Hannah, Lauren

There are many answers to our questions. Our questions depend on the public so there would be varied opinions. We felt that the public was the best people to ask because to us that is where the real opinions are. Our sources really give different opinions and views of what people think. We chose all of our questions for the same reason. We wanted to get a wide variety of opinions because everyone had a different experience.


• How you do feel now compared to 9/11
-compared with 5 years ago, 39% of Americans say they feel less safe now, compared with only 14% who say they felt safer. 46% say they feel the same. Via

• What was your first reaction of his death?
-“I don’t think the justice is done yet. When over 900,000 people died, I don’t think that killing Osama Bin Laden has allowed justice to be done. He is just one person. This is not the end of everything.” Via, ohbicycle.

• How do you think this will affect us in the future?
-“Im not going to say getting Osama was bad. The argument that it’ll spur more anger is, in my opinion, actually a pretty bad one. Killing Osama might cause more terrorist attacks, but what was the alternative? Letting him live and keeping a guarantee of more terrorist attacks?” via


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  2. I think you did a wonderful job interveiwing Michelle. Her responses were very interesting. Also, all of your facts and questions were very thought provoking.

  3. Your questions were really good, I think they brought more and made people think more about what they really do think about the subject.

  4. I think you did a very good job with finding good resource responses for your three questions. The stats you gave to answer your first question were very interesting and make me think more about how I actually feel. Good job!