Secret ‘Kill List’ Proves a Test of Obama’s Principles and Will
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"The New York Times' lengthy report (5/29/12) on Barack Obama's drone "kill list" should provoke serious questions: Is such a program legal? How does it square with Obama's criticism of the Bush administration's "war on terror" policies? What does it tell us about how the administration identifies "militants" who are targeted for assassination?"
Pete Souza/The White House President Obama in the Oval Office with Thomas E. Donilon, left, the national security adviser, and John O. Brennan, his top counterterrorism adviser
Secret ‘Kill List’ Tests Obama’s Principles - for anyone who hasn't read it yet. this is what real journalism is. frame the issues and give real context for both sides. why isn't america discussing this???
Secret ‘Kill List’ Proves a Test of Obama’s Principles and Will: Nothing else in Mr. Obama’s first term has baffled liberal supporters and confounded conservative critics alike as his aggressive counterterrorism record. His actions have often remained inscrutable, obscured by awkward secrecy rules, polarized political commentary and the president’s own deep reserve.
Politics in general are high on my list of dislikes, but how is a "Secret" Kill List really a secret if it is in the NY Times?
Secret ‘Kill List’ Tests Obama’s Principles. NYT takes Obama's political campaign in hand to paint his image of a stronger n wiser leader, was forced to take tough calls at wrong time otherwise he is man of principles and words!
"President Obama, who ran for the nation's highest office on a promise to close Guantanamo and end the war in Iraq, has now become a president who personally oversees a covert assassination program that allows a small group of top US officials to monitor, select, and mark for death those it alone deems a threat to national security."
http://www.gutenberg.net President Obama, overseeing the regular Tuesday counterterrorism meeting of two dozen security officials in the White House Situation Room, took a moment to study the faces. It was Jan. 19, 2010, the end of a first year in office punctuated by terrorist plots and culminating in a brush with catastrophe over Detroit on Christmas Day, a reminder that a successful attack could derail his presidency
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