Paulie wrote:Interesting to see the debate on theoretical infringement of freedoms here. The constitution is not a death pact, all forms of
government could really care less what you do as long as you don't f with others. The blood and guts on the streets of Boston is
REAL, not theoretical, gewy and red. What we are missing in this debate, is that it COULD be any one of us or someone close to
us. And if it were, the debate would be about how the government DIDN'T do enough to keep us safe and not about some petty inconvenience. I want this guy to go to GITMO to avoid the dog and pony show that has already begun in the media. He surrendered his rights when he began randomly killing us,F him for real, he has an appointment with the water table. 1/3 of my family was THERE, dumb luck they were two blocks away. No rights, No mercy, only pain and panic for this animal for as long as
they can do it with out killing him. Death is an escape that should be denied his psychopathic ass.
I like how they are now debating on whether or not they should/need to read his Miranda rights to him. Last I checked, if you are committing treason; of which you do not need to be a uS citizen to do you forfeit your rights. As far as I'm concerned, him and his brother are enemy combatants and as such they do not get Miranda rights read to them. Instead of sending his ass to GITMO why don't they just inject him with something to allow him to take a permanent dirt nap. Or better yet, his last meal can be a .45 slug to the dome.
Why drag him through courts at all. We can all see that is a complete joke, hell there are still detainees from 9/11 that haven't had their day in court. Three meals a day, a comfy bed. Instead of paying for him to be put up in a hotel until his day in court let's just make an example out of him. You attack us, you die. Any *censored* questions? The Japanese seemed to understand this in 1941; even though they went through with it. Then they forgot about it until the second bomb went off. 'Oh yeah, we don't antagonize the hornet's nest.'
But instead, the bleeding heart libtards will apologize, give him a hotel room a lawyer and tell him everything will be alright as they put him through the courts. And maybe, one day...justice will be served. Not likely.