According to Medea Benjamin, Obama and his partners in crime have a meeting every Tuesday and go over the kill list for the week....identifying the hapless victims of the drone strike quota for the week.
Somebody scooped this info (link above) and one of our privileged, brilliant Ivy League geniuses is here to parse it for the mundanes (us)....
Note the massive ignorance of the writer of this article....and then wonder no more why the US and the world are in the pickle we're in against the true
Here is his bio...it appears he learned alot (of mush for brains drivel) at Harvard....
Adam Clark Estes is the social news editor at the Huffington Post. Previously, he worked as the citizen journalism editor for the Huffington Post and the Huffington Post Investigative Fund. He is also the former editor of IvyGate, a blog covering the news and gossip of the Ivy League, as well as a former editor at Let's Go Publications. He attended Harvard College where he was an editor at the Harvard Crimson and president of Current Magazine, a national student magazine partnered with Newsweek.
Hmmm...wonder if our boy savant has ever heard of "DUE PROCESS?"
"One of those two qualifiers is infinitely more worrisome than the other. Going after leaders of al Qaeda makes sense. That's what the War on Terror is all
about, right? Breaking down networks of violent terrorists and keeping Americans safe."
In other words, as long as the terms are defined in a way that "everyone" understands its ok to drop a bomb on somebody when they are going about their business.
That it is the governments word that defines the terms and then applies it to certain individuals indtified in secret meetings does not seem to bother this guy (or many US citizens) at all. "Oh ok, he fit the profile. Well he probably shouldn'ta done that. Now he's dead, blown to bits....thank god our government keeps us safe."
Very similar to the Paul Craig Roberts article this am...here it is:
And for the record, here is something completely off topic and just for fun reading. I haven't read it yet: