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30 minutes ago
slowthighs, I may be wrong but when the USA takes out a Terrorist we take out the terrorist that is a known terrorist as opposed to the actual terrorist that just blow up American targets. It is possible that there are innocents that could be killed. Now the recent case about taking out an actual American terrorist hiding in Yemen is a bit of a different story. With him the constitution comes in to play but enemies of the USA are not protected by the constitution as are the citizens of the USA.
2 hours ago
Serr8d, did you watch the video? You do realize that if America allows a small group of authorities to pass death sentences, in secret, without trial, without conviction, they can do the same to you, right? You do realize that if America abandons its core principles America won't even exist anymore, right? You do realize that the United States is nothing without the Constitution, right? You do realize that America would become a terrorist nation no better than Al Qaeda, right? Right? Right?
6 hours ago
Better to kill a terrorist with a drone than risk a squad or company of Marines to do the job. Our troops are much more valuable than any terrorist. You lefties know that, right? Right?
If the 'American Citizen' you whine for has fled justice and joined the ranks of the enemy, he's lost his civil rights, and deserves what he gets.
These whiners above should watch the Daniel Pearl video. Or 'Adopt a Terrorist'; take him home to live with your family.
10 hours ago
1:40 International law? There is no such thing! This video shows how idiotic the ACLU and the radical left have become. Pass out the kool-aid hippies, and you better take cover, the drone's after you next.
14 hours ago
@Ruthlesscritic This is an organic outgrowth of the Bush regime's doctrine of unlimited executive "war powers."
15 hours ago
"No person shall be held to answer for a capital ... crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; ... nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law..."
16 hours ago
Wow, logically I should say this is worse than anything the Bush administration did. I can't really feel that way, but still incredibly appalling. Imagine how far the next Bush-like administration will be able to take things now.
19 hours ago
for more background see Glenn Greenwald @ Salon: Lawsuit challenges Obama's power to kill citizens without due process ... Monday August 30, 2010 10:32 ET