I’m probably a lone wolf in saying this, but I don’t think we should cheer the murder of anyone, even someone like Bin Laden. Be grateful, perhaps, but cheering and flag-waving over the death of another is tasteless and crude. I felt the same at the death of Saddam Hussein, and also at the execution of Ted Bundy. There is just something vulgar about exuberance over the death of another, even one who has caused much harm. We should with mercy and grace acknowledge his passing, and be grateful that he can no longer harm another, but it is simply not the time for a party.