It's great that we finally nabbed Osama Bin Laden. It's a shame that it took 10 years and two presidential administrations. It's interesting that some Republicans are already fretting about the boost that this may give President Obama's re-election chances, but on that issue, I'm not overly concerned that it's going to be an issue. We didn't get Bin Laden because of Obama's strategy succeeding where Bush's failed. And if we have $6 gas next November, who will even remember that Bin Laden was killed on Obama's watch?
But I digress.
I'm more interested in what this means for the future security of America, and where we go next in our struggle to defend our way of life against terrorists. Now that even Superman has abandoned the "American Way," what's next?