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Squealing Versus Killing

kevin 2032 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 4:28 PM
Judge Napolitano is trained in law, not foreign policy or ideology. He hasn't even been following current events. As a matter of fact, Iran has attacked America many times, starting with nationalization of western-owned oil infrastructure, and continuing with embassy hostage seizing, embassy destruction, barracks destruction, attempted terrorist assassination on US soil, and attacks on US soldiers. Not to mention, threats of nuclear holocaust. Drone attacks in a war zone do not violate the US constitution. During WWII, non-Germans joined the SS and did not receive any special immunity from their native country.
ftorres Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 8:00 PM
Re: kevin 2032,
"As a matter of fact, Iran has attacked America many times, starting with nationalization of western-owned oil infrastructure[...]"

Those fields were BRITISH, you dolt.
Chief2Dogz Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 4:55 PM
Launching ordinance into an area within the defined borders of a country is an act of war. War was not declared, thus it is unconstitutional.

If you are still listening to those in the political class who are falling over each other to condemn leaks from the government to the media, you'd think the leaks had revealed private information in which the public has no legitimate interest, or perhaps a planned secret government mission to rescue innocents. Neither is the case.

Republicans and Democrats in Congress, most of them from the House and Senate intelligence committees, have blasted the White House for leaking to The New York Times and others the existence of President Obama's secret kill list and his cyber-warfare against Iran. According to...