The fact that people don't have a say so in who the enemy should be without any oversight would scare the hell out of even me.
When the "enemy" is defined as anyone against Obama and should be killed, would you then feel there should be some oversight?
the requirement to just notify "certain" people of congress scares the hell out of me, doesn't it you?
Last edited by TheNextEra; 07-16-09 at 08:05 PM.
Provide a real link, or don't. I don't really care.
People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
The rule #1 overrides all other rules. No country signed under the convention would argue.
Are you following the rule #1?
What scares the hell out of me, is that some people want to actually sit around and allow politicians debate about who the bad guys really are.
One, sniping isn't illegal. Two, making laws about how to kill someone is infinitely idotic. Three, it's not illegal to kill a surrendering enemy, if you believe that taking him prisoner will jeopardize your safety, the safety of your unit, or the mission. No one is expected to stop, in the middle of a firefight, to take an enemy fighter prisoner. The Geneva Convention only applies after the battle is over, in regard to the treatment of POW's.
When you send the military out to hunt down and kill the enemy, it's warfare.