Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Anderson Cooper: The Ocean Is A Very Big Place, And In The End Osama bin Laden Was A Very Small Man

Hi all. I had planned to write something more substantial for you, but...I am tired. And you know what's a really smart thing to do? Put critical comments and musings about controversial subjects on the interwebs when you can barely string two sentences together. So instead, I shall leave you with how Anderson Cooper closed the show. In a rare and poignant commentary, he expressed his hope that in the future we will remember not the man behind the 9/11 attacks, but those who were taken. The realist in me knows that's probably not how things will play out, but it's a nice goal for which to strive. Hopefully some day we'll be living in the future he's painted.

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Blogger EmmKay said...

I wish the world would strive a bit more toward Anderson's vision instead of using this time to score political points. There should be some things that are just CORRECT and TRUE.

But as people quibble over "credit" and how we should feel about it all, 9/11 victims are still waiting to get their health care bills paid while they are checked against the terrorist watch list. So much for what's RIGHT.

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah the government should pay right? its always their fault... big daddy should pay for all your medical bills. sorry you were in the wrong place at the wrong time but please feel free to expect the government to pay for your everything. maybe they'll buy you an ice cream sandwich too. maybe if you leech long enough you'll get a job there.

9:48 PM  

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