Michael J. Totten has a collection of reactions to the death of Zarqawi.
To coin that Dorothy Parker line, they run the gamut of emotions from Y to Z.
Totten's terse comment and Vodkapundit's Rest in pieces get points for brevity and wit...one point each, in that order.
This from Arab News stuck in my head. Ordinary Iraqi working in Saudi Arabia.
Kazem Ali, an Iraqi resident working in a local restaurant, said the Zarqawi killing has brought joy to the Iraqi people. “Zarqawi was responsible for the killing of many innocent men, women and children,” said Ali. “I hope peace comes to Iraq with his killing. This should also speed up the withdrawal of American forces in Iraq now that the main excuse for staying is dead.”
H/T John Burgess.
I have nothing to add.