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Comments from all over the nation are beginning to emerge  as the world wakes to the news that Osama Bin Laden is dead. Oregon Congressman Greg Walden: “This is an enormous day for Americans and peace-loving people all around the world to have Osama bin Laden finally taken out after nearly a decade from the time he perpetrated his terrible attack on the United States and innocent civilians here, as well as attacks elsewhere around the world.

 
“We owe a great debt of thanks to the men and women who wear our nation’s uniform, who in some cases have paid the ultimate price, and in other cases continue to serve, as well our men and women who serve in our intelligence agencies.
 

“Even though Osama bin Laden has been taken out, the threat continues and we have to remain vigilant wherever we are around the world to try and prevent further terrorist attacks.”

 

 

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