Rand Paul 13 hour of bull?hit
driver1

Lebanon, KY

#21 Mar 11, 2013
ha ha wrote:
<quoted text>well it did look like you got the f??king picture {{{ up yours !!!!! and take your s pe ll and stick it up wesbter as- and stop trying to correct the ppl on earth you goddess ,,,, why don't you go to africa to where you mite be something in the future ,,, you sure in the h?ll want mount to anything but nothing in this country ,,,,,
um, how bout trying to make sense as well? lol you must be 12 or something
driver1

Lebanon, KY

#22 Mar 11, 2013
SnakeHarley wrote:
With all of the talk and statements made one thing is still perfectly clear, Rand Paul is still an idiot. And he doesn't represent the people of Kentucky. It's time for him to go. And Mitch needs to go with him. A couple of worthless money grabbers who only work for the rich.
no, you are the idiot for letting obo and his crew trample on the constitution
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#23 Mar 12, 2013
SWAT wrote:
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An American man in a U-haul truck is headed down a desert road in New Mexico. His destination is the federal courthouse in Albuquerque. Inside the truck is a thermite bomb to make McVeigh's look like a firecracker. This guy is smart. He's on a suicide mission. He's rigged the bomb to go off when he gets out of the seat using a pressure plate. He also has a detonator that is connected to a pulse monitor. His pulse stops , the bomb goes off.
It is not thought that he has done this, it is known that he has done this and what he is going to do. Right now he is in the desert, no one around for miles. A drone has him on target. The only person to be killed will be him and his bomb neutralized.
Do you take the shot?
The only law he has broken so far is possessing explosive materials without a license.

You can throw up whatever hypothetical situation you want. The last I checked, it was still illegal for the POTUS to order the military to fire on U.S. citizens not actively involved in combat against the U.S. on U.S. soil.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#24 Mar 12, 2013
SnakeHarley wrote:
With all of the talk and statements made one thing is still perfectly clear, Rand Paul is still an idiot. And he doesn't represent the people of Kentucky. It's time for him to go. And Mitch needs to go with him. A couple of worthless money grabbers who only work for the rich.
Sure he represents the people of Kentucky. He was duly elected and sworn in.

You sound like the typical welfare sucking Liberal.
Tits McGee

Harrodsburg, KY

#25 Mar 12, 2013
SWAT wrote:
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How is it different? You said "Do you want Americans struck dead without a trial?" The person holding children hostage hasn't had a trial. Innocent until proven guilty right? Yet you say it's okay for the sniper to take him out.
Is it different because it's a sniper rifle and a bullet instead of a drone and a missile? If so, how is it morally different?
Paul was trying to get the President to state that he would not order a drone attack on an individual suspected of doing something which puts the country in danger. He was talking about due process. The example that you use is a person in the midst of a crime and clearly demonstrating a danger to a child. There is a vast difference as any clear thing person would recognize.
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#26 Mar 12, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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The only law he has broken so far is possessing explosive materials without a license.
You can throw up whatever hypothetical situation you want. The last I checked, it was still illegal for the POTUS to order the military to fire on U.S. citizens not actively involved in combat against the U.S. on U.S. soil.
Wrong. Remember when the cop drove to Harrodsburg from Illinois to murder that family. He didn't kill anyone yet he sits in prison right now for murder. Maybe you should go back to law school. http://articles.centralkynews.com/2003-08-31/...

Driving a bomb truck to a US courthouse to blow up as many people and structures as you can is engaging in combat against the United States I for one wouldn't hesitate to take him out with a drone if it saved one innocent life.
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#27 Mar 12, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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The only law he has broken so far is possessing explosive materials without a license.
You can throw up whatever hypothetical situation you want. The last I checked, it was still illegal for the POTUS to order the military to fire on U.S. citizens not actively involved in combat against the U.S. on U.S. soil.
What's this guy guilty of? He didn't actually eat anyone.

http://www.lex18.com/news/nyc-policeman-convi...
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#28 Mar 12, 2013
SWAT wrote:
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Wrong. Remember when the cop drove to Harrodsburg from Illinois to murder that family. He didn't kill anyone yet he sits in prison right now for murder. Maybe you should go back to law school. http://articles.centralkynews.com/2003-08-31/...
Driving a bomb truck to a US courthouse to blow up as many people and structures as you can is engaging in combat against the United States I for one wouldn't hesitate to take him out with a drone if it saved one innocent life.
You should be the one that goes back to law school. The offender had made previous threats, was under a DVO and was stalking his ex. All crimes in the process of being committed.

Try to keep up please.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#29 Mar 12, 2013
SWAT wrote:
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Driving a bomb truck to a US courthouse to blow up as many people and structures as you can is engaging in combat against the United States I for one wouldn't hesitate to take him out with a drone if it saved one innocent life.
Never said I wouldn't take him out. I said,the POTUS cannot use military force on a U.S. citizen, in the United States, for committing a crime. What you describe, like it or not, is a crime.

I personally don't agree, but it is the current law. Obama was elected POTUS, not dictator.
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#30 Mar 12, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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You should be the one that goes back to law school. The offender had made previous threats, was under a DVO and was stalking his ex. All crimes in the process of being committed.
Try to keep up please.
And that equals murder? But driving with a bomb primed and ready to blow to a destination in order to destroy it isn't an act of terrorism? That does not make sense.
just a thought

Mount Sterling, KY

#31 Mar 12, 2013
SWAT wrote:
<quoted text>An American man in a U-haul truck is headed down a desert road in New Mexico. His destination is the federal courthouse in Albuquerque. Inside the truck is a thermite bomb to make McVeigh's look like a firecracker. This guy is smart. He's on a suicide mission. He's rigged the bomb to go off when he gets out of the seat using a pressure plate. He also has a detonator that is connected to a pulse monitor. His pulse stops , the bomb goes off.

It is not thought that he has done this, it is known that he has done this and what he is going to do. Right now he is in the desert, no one around for miles. A drone has him on target. The only person to be killed will be him and his bomb neutralized.

Do you take the shot?
Why don't we just blow his tires out and let him blow himself up? Especially if he's in the middle if nowhere. See, no drone required!
Igor Brusolovich

Seychelles

#32 Mar 12, 2013
What if our drone "pilot" is a perv like most guys. Imagine if one day he's on his way to shoot up an explosive laden truck and he just happens to fly over a group of cheerleaders at an end of the year party. We'll everyone's at the pool in tiny bikini's and hell it'd be waste not to use those high grade government optics to swoop by for an up close and personal. One thing leads to another and our intrepid pilot, no longer with the benefit of blood flow to the brain, looses control of the drone and it flies straight into a nursing home.
Is that what you really want?
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#33 Mar 12, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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Never said I wouldn't take him out. I said,the POTUS cannot use military force on a U.S. citizen, in the United States, for committing a crime. What you describe, like it or not, is a crime.
I personally don't agree, but it is the current law. Obama was elected POTUS, not dictator.
Well the drone is under the control of the Department of Homeland Security, which deals with civilian matters. Problem solved.
what

Mount Sterling, KY

#34 Mar 12, 2013
SWAT wrote:
<quoted text>Well the drone is under the control of the Department of Homeland Security, which deals with civilian matters. Problem solved.
And you would trust anyone in the Department of Homeland Security?
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#35 Mar 12, 2013
what wrote:
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And you would trust anyone in the Department of Homeland Security?
Yes I would.
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#36 Mar 12, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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You should be the one that goes back to law school. The offender had made previous threats, was under a DVO and was stalking his ex. All crimes in the process of being committed.
Try to keep up please.
I've been going back tonight and reading a lot of your thoughts and opinions from the past. I've come to a conclusion. You're not very bright. Here's my favorite: "Any US Embassy is considered sovereign US soil." Not too smart are you?
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#37 Mar 13, 2013
SWAT wrote:
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I've been going back tonight and reading a lot of your thoughts and opinions from the past. I've come to a conclusion. You're not very bright. Here's my favorite: "Any US Embassy is considered sovereign US soil." Not too smart are you?
As bright as you I suppose. Someone, as you, who thinks the POTUS has the ability to use military force against U.S. citizens.

So you think the Dept. of Homeland Security is using the drones to kill terrorists in Yemen? And you call someone else not very bright? Pot meet kettle.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#38 Mar 13, 2013
SWAT wrote:
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And that equals murder? But driving with a bomb primed and ready to blow to a destination in order to destroy it isn't an act of terrorism? That does not make sense.
Charged with attempted murder. Read the article you linked to.

Please try to keep up.
driver1

Lebanon, KY

#39 Mar 13, 2013
swat=bert digger
SWAT

Lexington, KY

#40 Mar 13, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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Charged with attempted murder. Read the article you linked to.
Please try to keep up.
Well, you said the man headed to blow up the federal courthouse was only guilty of having explosives without a license. Surely this poor man, Mr. Crum, could not be found guilty of murder or attempted murder when he never even took the guns out of the car or got within sight of the house. That is if we apply your logic. I suppose some drones are under the control of the DHS. After all, it was Rand Paul who said that they should be put in use over the border. And by the way, you do know that there are exceptions to the Posse Comitatus Act?

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