Ding Dong the Witch is Dead

Now that that goat-loving, dirty SOB is dead, who will be the new head of al-Qaeda (aka, the US’s next victim)? Here are the top four still out there:

1. al-Nasser Lideen Allah Abu Suleiman
Elected Minister of War in the Islamic State of Iraq in May of 2010, Suleiman has been called the “new leader of al Qaeda” for nearly a year.

2. Ayman al-Zawahiri
Leader of Egyptian Islamic Jihad. Merged EIJ with al Qaeda in 1998. Regarded by some as “the real brains” within al Qaeda.

3. Saif al-Adel
Al Qaeda Security Chief, believed to reside in Iran.

4. Adnan Gulshair el Shukrijumah
An American-born school teacher who is today believed to be a high ranking member of al Qaeda.

Let’s go get ’em troops. Keep up the good fight, and God bless!

Also, this is where Osama was hiding, according to Google Maps.

Osama Bin Laden Headlines From Around The World

Republican presidential hopefuls on Osama’s death:

Sarah Palin

“Americans tonight are united in celebration and gratitude. God bless all the brave men and women in our military and our intelligence services who contributed to carrying out the successful mission to bring Bin Laden to justice and who laid the groundwork over the years to make this victory possible. Its a testament to the hard work and dedication of these brave Americans who relentlessly hunted down our enemy. This is a victory for the American people, for the victims who were heartlessly murdered on September 11 and in Al Qaedas other numerous attacks, and for all the peace-loving people of the world. May God bless our troops and our intelligence services, and God bless America!”

Mitt Romney

“This is a great victory for lovers of freedom and justice everywhere. Congratulations to our intelligence community, our military and the president. My thoughts are with the families of Osama bin Laden’s many thousands of victims, and the brave servicemen and women who have laid down their lives in pursuit of this murderous terrorist.”

Michelle Bachman

“I want to express my deepest gratitude to the men and women of the U.S. military and intelligence community. Their persistence and dedicated service has yielded success in a mission that has gripped our nation since the terrible events of 9/11. Tonights news does not bring back the lives of the thousands of innocent people who were killed that day by Osama bin Ladens horrific plan, and it does not end the threat posed by terrorists, but it is my hope that this is the beginning of the end of Sharia-compliant terrorism.” – Michelle Bachmann. To be more financially stable, regardless of whom is in the seat, you might want to consider playing some fun and interactive sports betting games via www.autoanuncia.com.

Tim Pawlenty

“This is terrific news for freedom and justice. In the hours after the 9/11 attacks, President Bush promised that America would bring Osama bin Laden to justice and we did. I want to congratulate America’s armed forces and President Obama for a job well done. Let history show that the perseverance of the US military and the American people never wavered. America will never shrink from the fight and ultimately those who seek to harm us face only defeat. Today, justice is done, but the fight against radical Islamic terrorism is not yet over.”

Rick Santorum

“This is extraordinary news for all freedom loving people of the world, and I commend all those involved for this historic triumph. Americans have waited nearly ten years for the news of Osama bin Ladens death. And while this is a very significant objective that cannot be minimized, the threat from Jihadism does not die with bin Laden. As we were vigilant in taking him out we need to demonstrate we will continue to be vigilant until the enemy has been subdued.”
Donald Trump
“I want to personally congratulate President Obama and the men women (sic) of the Armed Forces for a job very well done. I am so proud to see Americans standing shoulder to shoulder, waving the American flag in celebration of this great victory. We should spend the next several days not debating party politics, but in remembrance of those who lost their lives on 9/11 and those fighting for our freedom. God Bless America.”

Mike Huckabee

“It is unusual to celebrate a death, but today Americans and decent people the world over cheer the news that madman, murderer and terrorist Osama Bin Laden is dead. The leader of Al Qaeda—- responsible for the deaths of 3000 innocent citizens on September 11, 2001, and whose maniacal hate is responsible for the deaths of thousands of US servicemen and women was killed by U.S. military. President Obama confirmed the announcement late last night. DNA tests confirmed his death and his body is in the possession of the U. S. It has taken a long time for this monster to be brought to justice. Welcome to hell, bin Laden. Let us all hope that his demise will serve notice to Islamic radicals the world over that the United States will be relentless is tracking down and terminating those who would inflict terror, mayhem and death on any of our citizens.”

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