I just shot a "Man on the Street" with one of my coworkers for the 6 o'clock news. There were a number of people who said "we shouldn't be celebrating the fact that we killed someone". But unfortunately, every one of them was affraid of saying it on camera. So we mostly got the "ra ra ra" crowd along with a (surprisingly large) number of conspiricy theorists. It was kind of telling that one of the most eliquent things we got on camera was made by a mentally retarded woman (I kid you not). We even had one person said, "We may have killed him, but he's still in the white house, if you know what I mean."
The reporter and I were both of the "let's not celebrate" mindset, so we were kinda let down that noone would say that on camera (and quite a few said that off the record). Although, I have to agree with Yoda on this, too, I think it was generally a good thing and the way the government and military handled it was very admirable. I'm not a complete pacifist, but I just think it's bad for the human spirit to start cheering at someone's death. I have no problem with him actually being killed at all, the world is better off with him having been killed, I just think it's wrong to feed our blood-thirsty aggression by cheering it on.