You assassinated the 5th Amendment? Over my Dead body! Step back - we decide who dies not YOU. Ron Paul and supporters utterly destroy the CIA's unconstitutional secret hit squad.
By Justin Sink - 09/30/11 01:38 PM ET
Gary Johnson joined fellow Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul in criticizing the drone killing of U.S.-born Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen, saying he had "mixed feelings" about the strike since he believed Awlaki to be "entitled to due process."
U.S. citizens Donald Vance and Nathan Ertel wouldn't be innocent whistleblowers suing Donald Rumsfeld for wrongful detention and torture under Obama's assassination policy. They'd be corpses, and dead "terrorists." And every ignorant yahoo in America would be cheering their deaths.
Once again, Ron Paul is right. Obama seeks to repeal separation of powers all the way back to Montesquieu, and it will end badly if the yahoos have their way.
Come you masters of war
You that build the big guns
You that build the death planes
You that build all the bombs
You that hide behind walls
You that hide behind desks
I just want you to know
I can see through your masks.
You that never done nothin'
But build to destroy
You play with my world
Like it's your little toy
You put a gun in my hand
And you hide from my eyes
And you turn and run farther
When the fast bullets fly.
Like Judas of old
You lie and deceive
A world war can be won
You want me to believe
But I see through your eyes
And I see through your brain
FAST FORWARD to 10:00, and make sure to watch Part 2 when done.
FoxNation does put up online polls. That is the only reason to check them out but I did come across this!
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,
Ron Paul "American Citizens Can Now Be Targeted With Assassination!"
The killing of Awlaki, an American, should give pause to anyone who cares about their liberty. But I’m mainly concerned with the conservatives here. Reason? Because what the conservatives supported during the Bush administration was consummated today: assassination of an American, without due process, or respect for the Anglo-Saxon tradition of trial before conviction.
(CNN) -- President Obama authorized the killing of an American citizen because he had declared war on the United States and encouraged others to bring harm to America. Whatever Anwar al-Awlaki's wrongs -- and there were many -- when America kills its own without a trial, it not only demeans itself but it hands over a propaganda victory to its enemies.
I believe Ron should move swiftly to give a press conference to further expound and clarify his remarks on the assassination of Al-Awlaki.
He'd (as others have noted) need to start out by admitting what a bad man this was and that this MAY have worked out in a good way this time, but that he's primarily concerned with defending the rule of law because that's what seperates us from the terrorists.
He can do this. It could even be carried on the news networks, his position explained better and the President might even respond.
After several unsuccessful efforts to assassinate its own citizen, the U.S. succeeded today (and it was the U.S.). It almost certainly was able to find and kill Awlaki with the help of its long-time close friend President Saleh, who took a little time off from murdering his own citizens to help the U.S. murder its. The U.S. thus transformed someone who was, at best, a marginal figure into a martyr, and again showed its true face to the world. The government and media search for The Next bin Laden has undoubtedly already commenced.
The fall-out from the 7th Circuit's explosive decision to allow a lawsuit against former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to go forward has far-reaching wording. This marks a double-whammy week for Rumsfeld. Days earlier a federal judge in Washington, D.C., that gave the green light to an Army veteran – who also alleges he was tortured in Iraq – to sue Rumsfeld for damages.
Look what happens to Ron Pauls Interviews.
Go to 2:10 into the video and watch the network interuption.
That by itself I had let go until I just saw this today.
Start at 9:40 into the interview and watch past his comment on the IMF and World Bank for a minute.
The network beep coupled with the massive crack in his forhead and face.