It's all over FaceBook: Osama bin Laden was killed in a raid by U.S. troops on his hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Whoop-de-doo! Somebody pass me another beer.
Let's have a quick reality check, shall we? ObL has been a non-issue for nine years, and a non-person for longer than that. The thing we should be happy about is that we now have proof-positive of how it should have been done in October 2001: a small team of highly-trained operatives inserted for a tightly-defined mission. There are mercenaries around the world, Soldiers Of Fortune they call themselves, who do this sort of thing for a living. Had we put a million dollar bounty on Osama's head in September 2001, we would have had that head on display for Christmas. Let that temper your revelry: we've been playing solitaire for ten years because it wouldn't look good in the press if anyone but the Seals/Rangers/Delta Force got credit for the op.
And what's with the 'burial at sea'? Helloooooo!! After all the hullabaloo over Obama's birth certificate, one might think somebody at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue would be the least bit concerned about inciting another conspiracy theory.
Unless that was the idea in the first place... The Obama administration is facing a crisis of credibility over something called "Project Gunwalker" (this is Mike Vanderboegh's name for the ATF's catastrophically-failed "Project Gunrunner") because our own government appears to have allowed several thousand firearms to cross the border southbound without bothering to tell the Mexican government; for more detail, hop on over to 'sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com' and check it out.
Maybe the White House thinks a brand-new crackpot conspiracy theory is just the thing to get attention diverted from their own failures in the areas of 'defending the Constitution', 'strengthening relations with long-time international partners', and 'promoting transparency and openness in politics'?
As Mickey Rooney said to Judy Garland on numerous occasions: "That idea is so crazy, it just might work!"