Kim Kardashian and other celebrities took to Twitter late Sunday night, tweeting about their personal feelings about the announcement of Osama Bin Laden's death.
According to a report from Hollywood Life, Kardashian had the following to say via Twitter about Osama Bin Laden's demise.
"Osama Bin Laden is dead!!! I can't wait to hear President Obama's announcement!!!" she tweeted.
Other celebrities joined the Twitter bandwagon, talking about the death of the world's most wanted terrorist.
Oprah Winfrey asked, "Does this mean the war is over?"
Jimmy Fallon, of course, used humor in his Twitter statement, saying, "Got Bin Laden AND interrupted Celebrity Apprentice? Win for Obama all around."
Don't you wonder if Donald Trump might lash back at Fallon for this slam?
Kim Kardashian's two sisters also weighed in on the triumph against the war on terror. Khloe Kardashian used it as an opportunity to praise President Obama after his momentous speech.
"I loved our Presidents speech. May God bless us all!" she tweeted.
Kourtney Kardashian tweeted, "Wow!! Ding dong the witch is dead! #osama"
Some celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Jimmy Fallon stayed true to their popular personas when tweeting about Bin Laden's death. Others, like Deepak Chopra, tweeted statements that were a bit contrary to theirs.
"Dear Mr Trump do you want to see Osama bin Laden's death certificate-long form or short form ?" Deepak Chopra tweeted.
Oh, dear--another diss aimed at the Donald!
Lady Gaga tweeted, "Just landed. Watching CNN, what a historical moment in the fight against hatred."
Rocker Katy Perry's tweet was a bit distasteful when to compared to that of Kim Kardashian, and even those celebrities who turned to humor in their tweets.
Perry tweeted, "AMERICA F**K YEAH, HERE TO SAVE THE MOTHER F**KIN DAY YEAH! #necessaryusageoftheFbombday"
Hmmmm. Kim Kardashian obviously has a bit more taste when using her Twitter account!
While it's good to see these various celebrities tweeting about this victory for the United States--and ultimately for the world--there is still a nagging thought in the back of many people's minds about retaliation. Will Osama Bin laden's surviving members of Al Qaeda seek retaliation on U.S. citizens and interests now that their leader has been killed? Americans and others will need to be especially vigilant in the coming weeks and months, as the notion of terrorist attacks can't be forgotten even though the most notorious terrorist in the world is dead.
Hopefully Kim Kardashian and other celebrities will continue reminding their followers of the victory the United States is celebrating. It stands to strengthen the feeling of patriotism that has long since dwindled to a point of almost non-existence. It was temporarily revived during the post 9/11 days, but has once again slipped away. This celebration should heighten it and fuel U.S. citizens with a sense of patriotism that can only enhance America's future.
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