Marco Rubio Chimes In on bin Laden's Death

Monday, 02 May 2011 12:30 PM

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Florida Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio congratulated America’s military and intelligence communities for their work in the killing of terrorist Osama bin Laden, the Sunshine State News reported Monday.

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"Just as every American will never forget where we were when America was attacked on 9/11, this moment will forever be remembered by each one of us as the day justice for that tragedy was finally served,” Rubio said late Sunday.

"I congratulate our intelligence and military communities on this monumental operation.

“Their persistence and relentlessness in tracking Osama bin Laden down have finally brought us this long-awaited event," he added.

"While this diabolical terrorist's death at America's hands is a moment to celebrate, we must never forget the serious terrorist threats that remain and will demand an enduring vigilance," Rubio said.



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