Wednesday, May 4, 2011 2:08:41 PM
Auburn, we did not violate the convention, those standards are only for uniformed soldiers fighting under the flag of a country. The taliban are not therefore those rules do not apply and we can do what we deem necessary to extract information from them.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011 7:15:12 AM
"As much as I'm glad that bin Laden won`t be spreading his filth around any more, it still chills me that soldiers can storm into someone else`s country and kill someone.
That`s just not justice."
he funded and perpetuated a culture war, he wasn`t a citizen of any nation that could be extradited.he wasn`t threatening the U.S. or the UK, or France, he was threatening ALL NON MUSLIMS, and probably some of the moderate Muslims as well. He was a festering boil of hatred nestled in the taint of humanity. You are right, this was not justice, he would have to live many lifetimes for justice to be done...He got off easy. I am not glad he is dead, I do not rejoice in the suffering of others, however his egocentric idealism was his choice, he wished suffering on others, he was malignant, he has been removed, hopefully his flavor of hatred is in remission now.