You know what is most exciting about this? The underlying strategic tones of his death.
I am an Intelligence Analyst in the US Army. So that means I'm pretty well trained and INFORMED on strategic planning and seeing things beyond face value.
Lets look at this deeper. This should make everyone happy. Does anyone here really believe it is remotely possible that this old, withered up man has hid from the most powerful surveillance and monitoring on the face of the planet? Do you really believe that everyone in the terrorist organization of Taliban is so loyal that they would never rat each other out for a little change? I call BS. I KNOW BS.
It is nearly impossible to hide from anyone these days. The average citizen with internet access and a cell phone can track just about anyone they want. Its scary how easy it is. So if you believe that we haven't known where he has been for a LONG time, then I really don't know how to help you.
The importance of this whole rant is that we have left him in place for a reason. He was a strategically placed pawn that stayed on the board almost to the end of the game. People believe that if you take out leaders in a military or military organization that it crumbles. Not so. Look at the Taliban as a business and Bin Laden as the CEO if you will. If the CEO of Dell Computers dies tomorrow will all Dell computers stop getting sold and functioning properly? Not at all. There are many people that take up the slack and actually make things happen. Its the same with a terrorist organization. Or any military for that matter. Taking out Bin Laden prematurely would do nothing but inspire hate and a sense of martydom. The rest of the puzzle has to be set in place correctly. So was the bomb that killed Bin Laden a lucky fluke? NO! We knew what we were doing. So that means that the pieces are lining up. The end is nigh.
I encourage everyone to look deeper at what you see on the news. The government does not tell you everything. And its nessecary that they don't. But that doesn't keep you from digging a little bit. Don't let the trees block your view of the forest.