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Would you like to see Osama Bin Ladin killed at the cost of your home?

What if 1/2 of Americans lost their jobs and homes due to the collapsing economy because the government is spending so much money (with interest) on fighting the theory of terrorism? Is it really worth it? Is the death of Osama Bin Ladin and his pals worth the price of these wars?

Asked By: Somebody - 10/9/2008
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I believe the people that would willingly put their life on the line to get him have a lot more to lose. BTW: only a small percentage of Americans lost their homes - those that the Democrats forced bad loans on and those that gambled on their home equity. Since the government caused most of their problems by its... More
Answered By: Caninelegion - 10/9/2008
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Alot of people are asking this question, the people who lost there jobs and such, do NOT want to keep spending money on this, others of course, do want the goverment spending the money, since is Osama is just left alone, he will of course take over Iran and Iserial then he could get his hands on some nuclear weapons... More
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Answered By: Guy - 10/9/2008
 
i could care less whether he lives or dies. What has been done can't be fixed because we don't possess a time machine. we should just move on. live your life how you want to and don't worry about such things because it will only bring sadness into your life... More
Answered By: andygofar - 10/9/2008
 
I believe Bin Ladin is already dead.
Answered By: shop2early - 10/9/2008
 
It's happening right NOW; the BILLIONS of $$$'s we threw away in Iraq the past 5 years chasing after Al Queda & Bin Laden- have BLOSSOMED into a Trillion Dollar Economic DISASTER for the Country- that we're ALL gonna end up paying for Years!!! So was it "worth it"? Well, on Nov. 4th- we'll "see". Personally, I knew the... More
Answered By: Joseph, II - 10/9/2008
 
no need. I would hate to be him right now not knowing when or where that sniper's bullet will come.
Answered By: FairTaxAdvocate - 10/9/2008
 
None of this is because of Bin Ladin... More
Answered By: Lulus Momma - 10/9/2008
 
well, if we were actually fighting this war to find Bin Laden, then ok. but the government is paying 10 billion dollars a month on a pointless war in Iraq that has nothing to do with retaliation for the terrorist acts of sept 11th.
Answered By: metsgal31 - 10/9/2008
 
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