Okay, here we go. 3 Questions. Many primary sources. 3 opinions by ME, and only ME. LET’S DO THIS!!
1. Will Al Qaeda still be a threat to our country now?
2. Do people believe that now that Osama has been killed, the tragic event of 9/11 has been avenged?
It looks like a lot of people feel like “Justice has been done” in the words of Obama, and they feel that all the grief they suffered for their loved ones has been triumphed by the fact that one man, the one who basically single-handedly killed them all, is dead. It’s a sort of a cruel sense of revenge, and we certainly would not be the human race without it. I noticed that in this tagxedo project made with words from Obama's speech, One of the biggest words besides "Qaeda" and "Bin Laden" are "Country", "American," and "people." This makes me think that Obama is proud of us as a country, because we were able to track the threat to the country and eliminate it (even though this was just ONE GUY, and he killed THOUSANDS of us, but never mind).