I don't get it.

My grasp of critical political issues is pretty weak. Maybe that's the reason I can't understand the jubilation surrounding the deaths of Hussein's sons. I think they were only in their late 30s. All I've heard is how positive this killing was. As if it were kind of high on the national to-do list. I haven't heard one expression of the horrible tragedy it was to have a corrupt regime composed of a father and his two sons.

I even thought McVeigh's death was tragic.

I admit to the possibility that these people should have died. But the deaths are a tragedy. Not acknowledging that, especially by a Christian, is wrong.