|Taken from Yahoo! news|
That being said, there's also the concept of justice. Justice is generally defined as moral righteousness or exacting some form of punishment on people who performed misdeeds. Sure, it is not right to revel in the fact that someone just died, but this man wronged a few thousand people in a matter of hours ten years ago. I don't think the US should have out right killed him, but if he went down in a fight, then at least they gave him a shot. I'm sure the US would have much rather given him a trial and heard his side of the story than just taking a gun to his head, as South Park seems to imply (South Park is not a credible source for anything, just so you know). Some people argue, this point I agree with, that they gave the suspects a trial, but that's because they were suspects; it wasn't a known fact unlike in Osama Bin Laden's case. But that doesn't mean we should have outright killed him. But if they were planning on taking him and he wouldn't go without a fight and got killed during the raid, that's what happened. Can't change that.
Most parts of the US are celebrating. Hell, people are posting statuses equating it to Harry Potter or talking about how coincidental it is that 66 years ago, Hitler was also announced dead on May Day. That's people's means of expressing themselves. Others are worried or fearful of what is to come. Al-Qaeda just lost one of its leaders, so they are probably mournful of that. And perhaps even planning on retaliating. But I guess all we can do is hope that things will get better, because right now, there is no guarantee.