Skip to comments.No way to fight a war
Posted on 01/26/2010 3:08:59 AM PST by Scanian
Two key senators yesterday handed President Obama a chance to prove he's serious about prosecuting the War on Terror as a war, not a crime. But don't expect him to take up the offer.
In a scathing letter, Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) blast Obama & Co. for their handling of Christmas Day bomber wannabe Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. They urge officials to declare him an "enemy belligerent" and move him to a military facility.
It's now clear that the Justice Department goofed royally in offering Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian, rights meant for US criminal suspects, not foreign terrorists.
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One bungling mess after another! Can this puppet be any more ineffective? Put the adults back in charge....VOTE THEM ALL OUT!
Wow, the NY Post is hard on O’Bummer today. Whata mess... If there is more domestic terrorism as UK expects, it should be O’Bummer’s neck. We are in trouble.... With a capital T
Electing a LAWYER for anything is a Darwin award in the making.
If we were fighting this like a real war, we would find out where the BVD bomber’s superiors are located, and destroy it and them.
If another jetliner is blown up by one of his comrades from Yemen after failing to interrogate this babbling Nigerian fool, the blood will be on Obama’s hands.
I seem to recall that they lost some people on 9/11. As a consequence, they take Zer0’s weak policies very personally there.
Call it the ‘feet dry’ effect. As soon as a terrorist crosses the line between sea and sand, he becomes entitled to all the rights of citizenship.
Hey, it worked for Obama’s citizenship status and he became President.