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Celebrity Parents React to Osama Bin Laden News

rob lowe reacts to bin laden news

Rob Lowe's Emotional Twitter Messages on Bin Laden News

Celebrity parents and parents all over the world are reacting to the news of Osama Bin Laden’s demise. The terrorist leader’s death brought relief to many parents and celebrity parents had praise for American troops and our leaders.

Arnold Schwarzenegger: “I’m proud of our men and women in uniform. Wherever you are, take a minute to say thank you to one of the brave heroes who serve our country.”

Jimmy Fallon: “Got Bin Laden AND interrupted Celebrity Apprentice? Win for Obama all around.”

Many celeb parents took to Twitter to weigh in on the Bin Laden news. Neil Patrick Harris, who is the father of twins, had praise for our President via Twitter:

@ActuallyNPH: “Everyone is sitting around my living room, mouths agape. Wow, what a night. Thank you, Mr. President, for such an eloquent speech.”

Celebrity dad @RobLowe offered two emotional tweets:

“Tonight’s long awaited news sounds like the work of the S.E.A.L’s. Good job guys, many families thank you. #TheTeams”

“At ground zero now. Everyone together. No separate religions or political parties. Just people. Americans together; proud.”Celeb mom @ElizabethBanks tweeted her praise for American troops:

“I am so psyched for our forces who took out OBL. I hope they are feeling as deeply proud of themselves as I’m feeling of them. Go JSOC.”

Finally, you can always count on celeb dad Charlie Sheen to have something pithy to say.  Sheen did not disappoint us with his Tweet about Bin Laden:

@charliesheen: “Dead or Alive. WE PREFER DEAD! Well done SEAL team! AMERICA: #WINNING that’s how we roll…. c”

Read more celebrity parent reactions to the Bin Laden news.

Photo: PacificCoastNews

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