Thursday, March 7, 2013

Consider this your Closed WH tour detour

Abdulrahman (which in arabic translates to "Every jihadist loves Rahman") was a 16-year-old U.S. citizen born in Colorado who was killed in a drone strike while in Yemen. His crime? He was on obama's dance card kill list for "Dreams of his Father".
Senator Rand Paul spoke of this during his filibuster yesterday:
“Here’s the real problem: when the president’s spokesman was asked about Awlaki’s son, do you know what his response was?” Paul asked, referring to former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, who made the comment after leaving the White House. “He said he should have chosen a more responsible father.”
AG Eric Holder wrote a letter to Paul earlier this week acknowledging that the administration believes a drone strike on U.S. soil could be constitutional, but they don't "intend" to..
“To be bombed in your sleep? There’s nothing American about that . . . [Obama] says trust him  because he hasn’t done it yet. He says he doesn’t intend to do so, but he might. Mr. President, that’s not good enough... “I will not sit quietly and let him shred the Constitution,” Paul added.”No person will be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process,” he said, quoting the Fifth Amendment.
After Paul's historic filibuster, the obama administration has conceded SOME ground to the issue.

Drone hits will only be ordered by obama under extreme threats to the homeland, such as a rightwing blogger actively engaging in this "so-called" free speech.

By the way, these Mega mosquitoes set to invade Central Florida this year are not really armed obama domestic drones, and this advance story isn't just propaganda cover to explain these curiosities to the obamabots there.

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