posted on May, 4 2011 @ 02:04 PM
we cannot pick and choose when we will observe sharia law as relevant. if we are to throw a fit, nationally, about a judge alowing whatever binding
arbitration was agreed upon contractually for two muslim brothers, then our mlitary options need to also represent our values in addition to the
values of the nation we are operating within.
regardless, the legal definition of us conducting unapproved ops in Pakistan is "war". It is an act of war, per the constitution.
Osama may have gotten what was coming to him. But i prefer justice. I ask people to expect more of themselves than satisfying bloodlust. After all,
we is a former US ally, doing exactly what the US trained him to do. Only back then we called it "freedom fighter", not "terrorist".
Perhaps, using your logic, the US got what was coming to it, too? The prodigal son came home to roost (if i can mix metaphors badly). Not that i
celebrate that in any form. But if he did 9.11 he was only doing what the US trained him to do, and encouraged him to do. It was a monster of our