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Did you consent to a government that can kill whom it wishes?

From: Sab S.
Sent on: Thursday, February 7, 2013 1:56 PM
This article written by Judge Napolitano illustrates how the executive now has undertaken the task of killing Americans at will whenever and wherever they may feel it's a matter of national security even though there is no direct attack or imminent direct threat.  I feel that presidents or federal agents have long been torturing or killing Americans long before this but now it's out in the open as Obama tries to make it ''lawfully acceptable'.  Of course there is no excuse to do the same to non-Americans. But the fact that this makes us feel unsafe from our own government is one more reason added to feel that it is not us, nor serving justice and violating the supreme law of the land. 
            
                                                                                                                      Sab

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