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Why Non-Torture is More Honorable Than Assassination

Paulus Textor Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 8:56 PM
You cannot cheat and get around the duty to declare war by ginning up some phony, open-ended "authorization to use force" anywhere, anytime, at the the leader's peerless whim. A declaration of war, by any sane definition, includes naming a specific adversary NATION (not a gang of thieves, or a gang of pirates), and defining victory as defeating or reaching a peace accord with that nation. An "authorization to use force," anywhere, anytime, with the glorious leader defining just who constitutes an enemy, and free to use whatever tactics the glorious leaders wishes, is a prescription for tyranny.

Astoundingly we have seen the media turn into hypocrites in recent days.

Shock of shocks... how can it be?

But when the President that an overwhelming majority of media members voted for, was running for President, they parroted his message of compassion, and American humility, and the need for us to talk to our enemies instead of torturing them.

Being in the solid minority of media members who held that we either kill the guys who are trying to kill us, or at the very least, extract information about when they are next going to try to kill us, I...