I guess I'm supposed to say something about the murder & burial at sea of Osama bin Laden. Well, here goes: If justice was done, as President Obama stated last night, it appears to me that justice comes from the barrel of a gun. The glee that some commentators expressed last night because "we" had the body was creepy. bin Laden was an asshole, a bad guy, but I doubt he was Hitler. It's always OK to call people like bin Laden Hitler, but not people responsible for many, many more deaths of men, women, & children (I'm thinking of you, Bu$hCo.). Osama is gone, but I doubt his money is gone, or his family in Saudi Arabia, or Saudi Arabia, for that matter. Let us not forget that the majority of the attackers on nine-eleven were from Saudi Arabia. If, in fact, justice is done by violence, then what's the point of a system of laws? A system where the most powerful, the state, is required to prove their case to a jury of other people? While I don't grieve at the death of Osama, I do grieve for the future of America if, in fact, justice will continue to be done with bullets.