Jun 19, 2008

And there it is 

Obama advisers say bin Laden can appeal to U.S. civilian courts

Thereby granting the leader of al Qaeda greater legal protections than those afforded to the Nazis after World War II.

Quothe the Messiah hisself -
"In previous terrorist attacks - for example, the first attack against the World Trade Center - we were able to arrest those responsible, put them on trial," he told ABC. "They are currently in U.S. prisons, incapacitated."
Yep. A whole 6 out of the 24 indicted. Way to go, law enforcement! By the way, wasn't Khalid Sheikh Mohammed one of those charged for the '93 WTC attack? Hey, good job rolling him up before he was able to mastermind the whole 9/11 thing.

I would like to thank the good Senator from Illinois, however, for ensuring that if he DOES become President, bin Laden will most certainly be shot on sight. Ain't no soldier or Marine gonna take a chance on the US Court system with the likes of that freakin' tool. And by "freakin' tool" I mean OSama, natch...

After all, as Mr. Peters puts it, "a dead terrorist is dead, but an imprisoned terrorist is a cause (and not just for his fellow radicals). Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is forgotten, but our Guantanamo prisoners are pop stars."

Oh, and uh, by the way... 7 out of 8. So far...

Their careers are undoubtedly shot to hell and/or they'll be plenty ready to get out at the end of their present contracts, I'm sure. But THANK GOD they weren't left in the hands of a MILITARY COURT, huh? I mean if a civil trial is good enough for enemies, it should be good enough for friendlies, right?

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