And the Sauk Tribe is Still Fuming Over the Blown-up Black Hawk

From upstate New York, we get this predictable story:
Leaders of the Onondaga Nation blasted as "reprehensible" the code name used for Osama bin Laden in the commando assault that killed him: "Geronimo."
"We've ID'd Geronimo," U.S. forces reported by radio Sunday to the White House. Later, word came that "Geronimo" was dead.
Geronimo was an Apache leader in the 19th century who spent many years fighting the Mexican and U.S. armies until his surrender in 1886.
"Think of the outcry if they had used any other ethnic group's hero," the Onondaga Council of Chiefs said in a release Tuesday. "Geronimo bravely and heroically defended his homeland and his people, eventually surrendering and living out the rest of his days peacefully, if in captivity."
From what I understand, the codename was originally slated to be simply "O," but there was push-back on that one from the head of Harpo Studios, and the President himself.

Incidentally, I still can't get over the badassery of the special ops team that pulled this mission off.  I especially love the idea that when one of their helicopters had some mechanical issues they just loaded it with explosives and blew it up.