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post by SeekerofTruth101
Documented Civilian Deaths from 2003 - 2011: 102,868 to 112,419
According to the Libyan Health office, the airstrikes killed 1,108 civilians and wounded 4,500 by July 13.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by SeekerofTruth101
So we can declare war on religions? Or small factions? I thought "war" was reserved for warring states, or insurgents or revolutionaries. Which one was this guy? He wasn't invading our country, he wasn't rebelling against our government, and he wasn't representing any state.
I can support assassinations. I actually think they make sense, but seeing as how we haven't had a terrorist attack on our soil for at least 10 years, and the one in 9/11 is in question, so what are we supposedly assassinating this guy for?
Find out for yourself more about this guy, for I am shocked that you claim to know next to nothing about that terrorist and yet presume to participate on this thread's discussion. Information found out by yourself is better than a thousand words I can lay out here for you, for only by your effort will you accept comprehension.
What is this a republican fetish or something to love terrorist? lol, and he covers his republican fetish with the constitution, how pathetic.
post by SeekerofTruth101
In that terrorist's case, the evidences are clear, and his destruction is fully justified by all laws of man, the destruction of a wild beast that had a hand in the murders of thousands of innocents.
This is all I have to say about that...
You're such a troll dude
Is this the side that Ron Paul is on? Does he want a fascist theocracy in the United States? Is this what Ron Paul stands for? Fascist Theocracy? Terrorism?
Originally posted by TupacShakur
Wonderful, so surely you've seen this evidence tieing Awlaki to these terrorist plots that he was supposedly involved in? It's one thing to violate the 5th Amendment and kill an American citizen without a trial, but to withhold whatever evidence the Obama Administration claims supports their claims that he was involved in those plots is a kick in the nuts to the Constitution and the American people.
The question someone should ask is "Why Ron Paul is defending a known and admitted terrorist?"
If there is any kicking in nuts of the Constitution and the American People, it was him doing the kicking, and along with misguided folks like you that CAN'T bear to differenciate between constitutional laws while a nation is at peace and war regulations while at war.