Obama's Kill List is Sensible & Reasonable; J.Holmes Kill List was Senseless & Unreasonable...Submitted by go213mph on Mon, 07/23/2012 - 06:24
See Entire Article at link below.
Personal Note: How STATE Sponsered Murder is sold to the American People:
Abdulrahman was sixteen years old when he was murdered by the United States government. He had run away from home in a desperate attempt to find his father, Anwar, a "radical cleric" who was the well-publicized target of the Obama administration’s assassination program.
Despite the fact that Anwar al-Awlaki was never formally charged with a crime – let alone convicted of one – he was assassinated on Obama’s orders two weeks before the Regime slaughtered his son and eight other innocent people.
Seeking to justify the murder of a child, the Obama administration circulated the story that the 16-year-old was actually an adult "suspected" of being a "militant."
Personal Note: How NON-STATE Murders are sold to the American People:
"Within a day of the Movie Theater Massacre, the murderer of Abdulrahman al-Awlaki announced that he would travel to Colorado to bless the traumatized city of Aurora with his healing presence.
"[W]e may never understand what leads anyone to terrorize their fellow human beings," intoned the death-dealing divinity in the Oval Office in his July 21 weekly radio address. "Such evil is senseless – beyond reason."
We’re invited to believe that the routine state terrorism committed by Obama and the government over which he presides is both sensible and rational."
Also from the article:
In order to clarify this vital distinction, it’s useful to recall the comments of Dear Leader Emeritus Bill Clinton from an interview published in the December 2009 issue of Foreign Policy. Asked to elucidate this important matter, Clinton helpfully defined terrorism as "killing and robbery and coercion by people who do not have state authority…."(Emphasis added.) By reverse-engineering this definition we learn that "killing and robbery and coercion" carried out in the name of "state authority" isn't terrorism; it's public policy.