Osama Bin Laden’s afterlife

Osama bin Laden finds himself in a fog outside the pearly gates.  As the mist starts to clear, he sees a man coming at him with a raised hand.  It was George Washington, who slapped him across the face and yelled: “How dare you try to destroy the nation I helped conceive!”

Patrick Henry approached, punched him in the nose, knocking Osama to the ground, and shouted: “You wanted to end our liberties but you failed.”

James Madison followed, kicked him in the stomach and said, “This is why I allowed our government to provide for the common defense!”

Thomas Jefferson was next, and he beat Osama with a long cane and snarled: “It was evil men like you who inspired me to write the Declaration of Independence.”

The beatings and thrashing continued as George Mason, James Monroe and 64 other early Americans unleashed their anger on the terrorist leader.

As Osama lay writhing in pain, he spotted Muhammad walking nearby.  Bin Laden wept and said: “This is not what you promised me.”

Muhammad replied: “I told you there would be 70 Virginians waiting for you in Heaven. What did you think I said?


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5 Responses to Osama Bin Laden’s afterlife

  1. Ron says:

    OUTSTANDING!!!! Loved it very much…GOD Bless America!!!

  2. HomeGrown Radio Granite Falls says:


  3. snaketread says:

    Americans demand to see the dead body!! We absolutely must see photos of the dead body…. or else it leaves suspicion of other motives…and the government has been known to lie to We the people on many occasions….because there are many agendas out there (one that would seem unbelievable would be to get Obama a bump in the polls)…some of which we know are anti-America and/or dubious for other reasons — money,wars, business. Dumped his body so readily, just like that in the ocean??!! A photo of a bloody room (per ABC) or saying they have done the dna testing is NOT proof.

    It has been done before with Saddam Hussein and his 2 sons… and it shows to the World that he is dead…that it is over..
    Enough of the PC and muslim sympathy….our enemies are going to hate the U.S. anyway whether you show photos or not. And it removes suspicion from common Muslims whether he is dead or not.

    Congress should demand photos of the dead body.

    Yes, the Navy Seals performed amazingly and it is statement to the excellence of American military….and it is good news and good for our Country…well done…..if it is true….

    Americans demand the photos!!!

  4. Gordon Ipock says:

    Al Queada itself has come out and acknowledged that Osam is dead. I agree with Obama’s decision to not show trophy photos of a fallen warrior.

    But let’s give credit where credit is due: to Barack Obama for making the strategic decisions that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden. The Bush family were friends with the bin Laden family. One has to wonder if this was the reason so many stupid tactical and strategic decisions were made by Bush that resulted in bin Laden going uncaptured or killed during seven years of his presidency. Bush publicly admitted he didn’t now where bin Laden was and wasn’t concerned about him. He used 911 as an excuse to shift the war away from Afghanistan and bin Laden and to Iraq and Saddam Huessein. Barak Obama shfited the focus back to Afghanistan, and we nailed bin Laden! Early in the Afganistan campaign we had bin Laden cornered on a couple of occassions, but orders came from the White House to not allow US military forces to take bin Laden, saying we wanted the Afghan forces to do the job. Bush had seven years afer 9-1-1 to get bin Laden, and he didn’t do it. Obama put the focus back on the right person, and we got our man.

  5. snaketread says:

    Gordon, the photos of the dead body of Bin Laden are not trophy photos. They are proof that Bin Laden is actually dead. And the photos would make clear to the world that he actually is dead and Americans deserve to see the photos (as gruesome as that may be). These photos would then eliminate conspiracy suspicions.

    That being said, the bloody photos released by Reuters of Bin Laden’s dead henchmen and the helicopter wreckage is strong evidence that the raid did happen and Bin Laden is dead. And I would hope some particular officials in our government would not be rogue enough with other motivations to not lie to the American People. But you and all actually don’t literally know about his death unless those death photos are viewed.

    Given the actions of President Obama on a full range of issues and his disastorous record — I do not put anything past this President (and his Insiders that will literally do anything) to maintain their agenda… We have seen how Mr. Obama likes to “double down” and “push the gas pedal even harder” on his ideology and getting his way —when everybody is telling him that it is wrong, which is total dismissal and non-listening to the American People (his employer) (example – the healthcare bill). Could something as big as trying to divert and turn issues be tempted by Mr. Obama with a planned event — a big player takes big lies…

    What is this idiotic statement, “spiking the football”? — uh, we are not talking about a football — we are talking about the death photos.

    Yes, Mr. Obama deserves credit for making the decision and pulling off a tricky operation — that had the potential to go enormously wrong, that would have had massive implications if it had failed. However, get off the basic and generalized notion that Bush couldn’t do it, where Obama did it.
    President Bush deserves associated credit for the continued effort to stay in Afghanistan, carry out the necessary interrogation that got the information so that Obama could carry out the raid. This is an American or U.S. effort by all of us that found its way where it needed to kill Bin Laden.

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