Monday, October 3, 2011


Don't get me wrong, I am as happy as anyone, that the treasonous al-Awaki got blown to pieces the other day. And I continue to applaud the Obama administration acting aggressively to eradicate the savages that would gleefully slit your throat or mine. But...

This guy was a natural born American citizen.
Very much a dirtbag, indeed, but a citizen of this country nonetheless. Does anyone else have a problem with the president signing an executive order to kill a fellow citizen? The classic slippery slope argument applies here, of course. Does the president now have the authority to kill anyone he deems to be a problem?

What's even worse, is the secrecy.

Have a nice day.

1 comment:

  1. Actually he should have lost his citizenship for several reasons. First, he renounced his citizenship when he aligned himself and swore allegiance to an enemy. Second, he came to the US after living abroad, applied for a social security number as a foreign student in order to receive tax-payer student aid here for his education. Either of these reasons would be cause for him to lose his citizenship, at very least he showed have been tried in abstentia for treason if he were to retain his citizenship.