I happened to listen in today as White House Spokesman Jay Carney attempted to answer reporter's questions about the Administration's targeted assassinations of suspected terrorists by drone strikes, to include the assassinations of American citizens who had not been charged with any crime.
I need to have a good hard think about this one, and how deep my support goes for the Administration's policy. I'm conflicted, as I would hope you are too.
That said, when I heard Jay Carney say the following words, I found myself with a the sneaky suspicion that I heard his words before--except then they were uttered by George W. Bush Administration figures in support of enhanced interrogation techniques--which President Obama has outlawed as "torture". Here's what Carney said: "We conduct those strikes because they are necessary to mitigate ongoing
actual threats, to stop plots, to prevent future attacks and to save