In today’s late-coming admission that the Obama Administration has assassinated four American citizens with drone strikes, Attorney General Eric Holder described the death of one of those four, 16-year-old Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, as a “mistake.”
A mistake is when you write “2012” instead of “2013.”
A mistake is when you make change for a ten instead of a twenty.
A mistake is when you back into another car.
But — as Mr. Obama would say — let me be clear: Targeting a 16-year-old who is accused of no crime for death by bomb in a specific attack two weeks after his father was assassinated is not a mistake.
That’s what we call murder.
According to the Law of Conservation of Mass, matter can neither be created nor destroyed. This means that all atoms are recycled over time. Which in turn means that our own atoms are ancient as well. One’s skin could have carbon in it from a meteorite or from a trilobite thousands of years old, and your blood could contain hydrogen from earth’s original atmosphere.
Middlefield, Ohio Police Chief Arnold Stanko
Read the story here: http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2013/05/middlefield_police_still_wonde.html
It’s as if it’s not illegal for the masses to own fully automatic firearms and the police are not outfitted with crazy expensive guns that most common folk can’t even afford. What a strange alternate reality that man must live in.
Last I checked, it wasn’t American gun owners who beat down Rodney King, or fired on protestors at Kent State, or hosed down blacks during the Civil Rights era. It’s a good thing when the citizenry is better armed than the people who oppress them. Perhaps you should do some research about Malcolm X’s opinions on gun ownership for self-defense.