There is a video on youtube of Ron Paul predicting the US government assassinating an American citizen without due process. Unfortunately, it ends with a picture of Dr. Paul with the F word on it, which I find offensive.
Here is a clean version if you want to pass it on to people without offending them.
Airing Date Oct.06, 2011
Ron Paul Interview With Wolf Blitzer On Cnn 10 / 06 / 2011
Obama hasn't just set a new precedent about killing Americans without due process. He has done so in a way that deliberately shields from public view the precise nature of the important precedent he has set. It's time for the president who promised to create "a White House that's more transparent and accountable than anything we've seen before" to release the DOJ memo. As David Shipler writes, "The legal questions are far from clearcut, and the country needs to have this difficult discussion."
Anwar Awlaki Never Actually a Member of al-Qaeda (they interviewed him once though)
"It fits poorly with the official US narrative that the man they assassinated today, Anwar Awlaki, was some high profile terror mastermind, but the US-born cleric was never even a member of al-Qaeda or its Yemeni affiliate. Indeed, he only ever appeared in one AQAP video, and that was as an interview guest."
New member post! Please help me with this idea, to help Dr. Paul contexturalize the assault on due process and the Bill of Rights represented by the assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki:
I sent the letter below to Dr. Paul's congressional site, please refine or add to this idea and tweet, FB or email him with ideas, because the majority of comments on MSM articles out there seem to uphold Obama's high crime of the murder of a citizen without due process under the law...they don't understand the ramifications of this henious action! Here's my email:
Dr. Paul & Staff,
Unfortunately, under the Patriot Act we can't impeach President Obama for his assasination of Anwar al-Awlaki. We should have pushed to impeach President Obama when he went to war with Libya without getting Congresses approval and making a declaration. This went against the Constitution that he swore to defend when he was innagurated as President.