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'Assassination Memo' a First Step in Setting New Warfare Parameters

true liberal Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 8:17 AM
The problem isn't the American that is in Pakistan fighting for Al Qaeda. What if the American is in the region and has a problem with his taxes. Can he be characterized as an "economic terrorist" and if he owes enough taxes be labeled a "senior operational leader" in tax evasion? Once government gets the power to do anything they try and stretch it to the limit to have it apply everywhere convenient.
Bigdogoffthechain11 Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 11:00 AM
No.

You may now remove your tinfoil hat.
Dr_Zinj Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 12:26 PM
Really?
How about you pull your head out the sand Bigdog? Or better yet, pull it out of your posterior.

PARIS -- A leaked U.S. Department of Justice white paper supporting the killing of terrorists overseas who happen to hold American citizenship is causing mass hyperventilation across America. Although average Americans needn't fear the possibility of being picked off by a drone one night while scarfing down macaroni and cheese and watching the game, there is concern that the government is grossly overstepping its bounds by targeting U.S. citizens for extermination.

The document, which the clueless have dubbed the "drone memo," contains precisely zero instances of the word "drone" or any variation thereof. But the memo said the U.S. government should...