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News-Sentinel readers react to news of Osama bin Laden’s death

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Jeff Sylvia
Stockton

“The U.S. should focus on the U.S. first before we go into other countries. We’ve got to take care of our own.”

John Baker
Morada

“It’s a great thing. I think we need to keep the pressure on. We cut the head off the principle but we have a long way to go, unfortunately.”

Dennis Kelley
Lodi
Former Marine

“It’s great. They need to go in there and clean house. They need to not be so political and stop monkeying around. There’s too much money over there floating around, and everyone is worried about their interests.”

Jurisah Sylvia
Stockton
“We have been dumping a lot of money over there. I think we should pull out of Afghanistan. Afghanistan is primitive and hasn’t evolved. We don’t need to interfere with that. We need to stay over here and focus on our own borders.”

Maria Rios
Galt
“He deserved it. They should kill (Libyan leader Moammar) Gadhafi and the rest of them. That will make the war stop if they kill them. I’m glad they got him after hunting for 10 or 11 years.”

Posted: Monday, May 2, 2011 1:56 pm

The News-Sentinel pulled comments from selected readers’ Facebook pages, with their permission, and from our own website on Osama bin Laden’s death. Check back on www.lodinews.com today and Tuesday for more local reaction.

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