So you think the execution of someone that they deem a "terrorist" without any judicial authority is acceptable?
Yes, it's called self defense.
The president, in turn, has the constitutional duty to protect the country "from any imminent threat of attack."
Every country has an "inherit right of national self-defense," he said, and there is no prohibition on the use of drones in warfare.
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Do you think its acceptable to "take out" a terrorist US citizen on US soil?
So when did that ever happen? Excellent red herring, BTW.
Didn't Obama promise to shut down Gitmo? Going strong I see ..... but of course the Republicans made him do it.
Yes he did but the republicons in the congress and some dems with no balls would not let him. Please get your facts straight.
Ok .... what would you call it if China used a drone to kill Tibetan Separatists on US soil? Would that be an act of war?
How about collateral damage? Is collateral damage acceptable in a foreign country to kill a terrorist?
Yes, that's what happens during war.When Obama said this in 2008:
"And if we have Osama bin Laden in our sights and the Pakistani government is unable or unwilling to take them out, then I think that we have to act, and we will take them out.Did you whine back then too?Please answer the question:
We will kill bin Laden. We will crush al-Qaida. That has to be our biggest national security priority."
Are you telling me you do not approve of the killing of Bin Laden?