Bin Laden theatrics distasteful

During the morning of the “No Photo” announcement, I was at the coffee shop I frequent here in Canada. Seven out of seven women and men at our table alone thought that this grandiose American commercial was created to the rest of the world very, very poorly.

During the morning of the “No Photo” announcement, I was at the coffee shop I frequent here in Canada. Seven out of seven women and men at our table alone thought that this grandiose American commercial was created to the rest of the world very, very poorly.

After all, it does look like one of those cheesy Stallone scripts; or perhaps, there were too many amateur script writers in that White House office that prevented the realism in the theatrics to prevail. (This charade of over-acting was observed in one of the New York Times headline photos of which the paper exhibited.)

About one picture of this assembly of overpaid, second-rate actors, I have some obvious questions: Hillary Clinton, did you cover your mouth with your hand, bearing that same horrifying expression… when your political constituents allowed the “shock and awe” bombings on Middle East cities, almost annihilating them in the name of liberating their people?

The good Catholic vice president, with his rosary in hand, was he praying that God would forgive the lie or was he praying for bin Laden’s soul?

The American people’s complacency of allowing politicians to decide any annihilation of civilians in those cities in the name of liberating them shows a barbarism that a true Christian cannot deny.

Just the network coverage of Americans celebrating hysterically on the streets is enough to show your true nature of hostility to the Arab world, so why not the photos?

Trinity De ‘la Falcons, Nelson