And also, to answer the first question, I admire his ability to bring a nation to its knees that is constantly boasting about how secure it is, and how much 'intelligence information' it has got. And that someone has finally stood up to the US.
You make one mistake in what you said-he hasn't brought us to our knees-we aren't quivering nor quaking nor fleeing into caves, scared to death of this man. We have stood up to his kind of cowardly thuggary, and we've run him out of business. And he didn't "stand up" to the U.S. He hides behind others; he tells others to die for this cause, but is unwilling to die himself for this cause. If he had truly stood up to us, he'd be out in the open, instead of hiding in caves like the cowardly rodent he is.
He found out like Germany, Italy and Japan before them: you can knock the U.S. down from time to time, but when it gets back up, slow to anger though it is, it'll beat you into submission if you really piss it off. That's what Japan did in 1941, that's what OBL did in 2001. Both have suffered similar fates.
The hatred you hold for the U.S, it's people and it's goverment-where does it come from? Because we're bigger than wherever you're from? That we're more powerful? That we're more wasteful and more charitable than any other nation? Because we have freedoms few really enjoy? Because we have the mightest armies in the world? Or is it just jealousy that you don't have what we have?
What ever it is, I pity you. I don't hate you, I certainly don't envy you, the people you choose to admire, like OBL, but I pity you. And, fortunately, most of the world doesn't think like you. I could get angry at you for you pathetic view, but it does no good. You live in a delusional world, one with no concept of right or worng, of good or evil. And for that, I pity you.