Who will he kill next?

Obama, I mean. 

If this is the way it’s going to be done, then I recommend Hasan be shot immediately, the Times Square bomber and the panty bomber, too.

I think al Aulaqi should have been captured and tried for treason, but something is bothering me about this.  Obama and his administration have been insisting on trials in NYC for non-citizens in Gitmo, and essentially they are shooting down an American citizen, as dispicable as he may be.  Was he on some battlefield in Yemen? 

Something just ain’t right.

Anwar al-Aulaqi (AP/Muhammad ud-Deen) U.S. officials have given Anwar al-Aulaqi a newly elevated designation on the day of his death by drone strike, describing him as “chief of external operations” for al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen.

The new title, cited by officials at the White House and the CIA, reflects Aulaqi’s evolution from Muslim cleric to alleged terrorist plotter, as well as a desire by American officials to persuade the public that the extraordinary killing of a U.S. citizen overseas was warranted.


Posted:  09.30.11 @ 12:56 p.m.


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4 responses to “Who will he kill next?

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  2. What would be most productive, of course, is to apprehend, detain, and interrogate al Aulaqi, so as to learn what else is going on out there. But Obama has so boxed himself in by declaring his resistance to Gitmo and any type of interrogation short of “pretty please?” that we are reduced to killing people who might be valuable sources of information – info that can save lives down the road.

    “Smart power”, I suppose…


    • bellalu0

      For a president who was going to end all wars, we are now in 4 wars?

      I was just reading this from June, after this – “The United States has resumed airstrikes in Yemen and believes it killed a top al Qaeda insurgent there, a U.S. military official said on Thursday.”:

      “”The question American’s have to ask themselves is “Are you comfortable with the President taking it upon himself to wage an undeclared war on a foreign country?” This is not like the action against Bin Laden, that was a “one-shot.” Make no mistake about it, the bombings in Libya and Yemen are acts of war. What is our plan?””



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