Thanks a lot. I didn't tell you to kill the guy. But I'm going to suffer the consequences of the hostile world you've created.
It was always scary living in New York City. In my opinion, it's even worse now.
Riding the subway is almost unbearable. Every shifty character, every large bag, every homeless man is a suicide bomber, set on retaliation. Every landmark is a target. Downtown, financial center. Midtown, tourist hub. Uptown, George Washington Bridge - my home.
Violence begets violence. Osama bin Laden was not an evil supervillian. He was not the Wicked Witch of the West. Just because he's out of the picture, it doesn't mean there aren't a thousand, or million other people out there who hate us just as much and would have no qualms about killing us or our leaders as revenge.
While everyone else in America whoops it up, some of us know that that will only make things worse for us. We shouldn't flaunt our big-ass guns around the world. If we do, we're every bit as deserving of these attacks as they say we were. You know what I'm talking about.