• #22
    @CanisCanemEdit Is there any reason the USA couldn't just do a drone strike in London? They don't ask for permission elsewhere.
  • #24
    @LGRepublican if the Seal Team was deployed to infiltrate foreign soil they would have to get an executive order... Obama would have to sign off on it, therefore making him directly responsible... I think you guys are funny because if the Seal team mission failed and ended up causing greater international tension you would be quick to give the POTUS responsibility on that.. but since it went well you Deny Obama's Responsibility..hahaha arent you Dizzy from all the Spinning you guys are doing to these days..haha
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  • #12
    this is a dog whistle...
    a trial balloon....
    the real question should be how are you going to feel as a US citizen when your government releases the blind Sheik?

    that's what's coming from Barack Obama.... in a good faith gesture between United States government and the Muslim Brotherhood .

    watchin learn kids.
  • #2
    What part of "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech." Don't we understand. The UK was foolish when they (and Canada) surrendered from such a simple and appropriate freedom.
  • #10
    On the same logic as the UK Courts used ... He was supspected "....because his sermons advocated violence to overthrow foreign-backed governments in the Middle East. He allegedly also influenced the twentieth 9/11 hijacker, Zacarias Moussaoui, and the shoe bomber Richard Reid."
    Let's see we should deport Donald Trump for sedition, any number of right wing and left wing stalwarts preaching overthrow of the government. There are even people on this siite who have advocated violence to overthrow the government.
    At what point does free speech become a crime???? Didn't Trump advocate "He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!" & "We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty."
    Trump has a pulpet and is advocating overthrough but so far all he's guilty of is bad hair
  • #17
    I thought we had a seal team that would go into countries without permission and murder people we don't like. Is that not what we did to Osama Bin Laden? Shot him in cold blood because they said he had no weapon, was in his house in another country, playing with some kids. So why can't this same team resolve this issue as well.
  • #15
    @Denizen_Kate when he leaves London obviously. if he goes underground which i suspect he will to evade eventual deportation to Jordan.
    I like Os drone program.
  • #26
    @ded a drone with his name on it when he runs back to his followers.
    I would hope that our govt tries to preserve as many lives as possible.
    Airport not a good pick.
  • #4
    The West will be dealing with the after-effects of our hysterical reactions to 9/11 for some time to come. Wait until we try to close Gitmo.
  • #6
    The torture in GITMO is not that big a deal. Otherwise, Obama would have done something about it.

    "I have said repeatedly that I intend to close Guantanamo, and I will follow through on that. I have said repeatedly that America doesn't torture. And I'm gonna make sure that we don't torture." - Barack Obama on the campaign trail 2008


    "Bowing to reality, President Obama has officially reneged on a campaign promise to his base, reversing a previous decision on detainees at Guantanamo Bay that will keep the prison camp for terrorists open indefinitely.

    It made the front page of Tuesday’s Washington Post but was buried near the back of the New York Times that day, on page 19:“Obama, in Reversal, Clears Way for Guantanamo Trials to Resume.”

    (NOTE: I don't hate Obama. I voted for him in 2008. Closing GITMO was one of the reasons I voted for him.)