Anwar al-Awlaki Killed, Were His Civil Liberties Violated?

By | September 30, 2011

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  1. Fred Yates

    Anwar al-Awlaki’s civil liberties were not violated, BECAUSE he was not a US citizen. Being born in the US DOES NOT make you a citizen, contrary to the progressives rhetoric. The Supreme Court has ruled on this twice and denied citizenship twice.

    1. Max

      Good point Fred. I seem to recall U.S. born communist protestors in the 50’s being deported to their communist country of choice. Never to return.

  2. Max

    Not criticizing the article, but this ranks as the dumbest question to come from the mouths of civil liberty groups.

    Using their boneheaded logic, President Lincoln denied the entire Civil War Confederacy due legal process. He should have sent a legion of lawyers the the battle of Bull run.

    Any U.S. citizen who takes up arms against the innocent civilian population of the United States deserves a hellfire missile up their kazoo.