Political Suicide: Ron Paul Condemns U.S. Backed Killing Of Al Qaeda's Awlaki

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I hope this will drive a stake in the heart of Ron Paul and his campaign. For him to condemn the killing of a terrorist, who even though was born in the U.S., was wrong and immoral and it proves that Ron Paul is inflicted with a Neville Chamberlain like pacifist attitude which would be a national security threat to the United States if he became president. As a president, Ron Paul would not defend this nation nor would he go on any offensive if America of its global vital interests was attacked by a rogue state or terrorists. This is a fact and it is a fact that I question Ron Pauls patriotism or now lack of patriotism due to him condemning the killing of a major terrorist hell bent on bringing jihad to American citizens. This should be the end of his campaign and I hope his patriotism is questioned at the next debate.

Ron Paul Condemns U.S.-Backed Killing of al Qaeda Figure and U.S. Cititizen Anwar al-Awlaki - Washington Wire - WSJ

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GOFFSTOWN, N.H.–Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul condemned the U.S.-backed killing of al Qaeda figure and U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki.

“If the American people accept this blindly and casually…I think that’s sad.”
 
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Chief

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I hope this will drive a stake in the heart of Ron Paul and his campaign. For him to condemn the killing of a terrorist, who even though was born in the U.S., was wrong and immoral and it proves that Ron Paul is inflicted with a Neville Chamberlain like pacifist attitude in him which would be a national security threat tot the United States if he became president. As a president, Ron Paul would not defend this nation nor would he go on any offensive if America of its global vital interests was attacked by a rogue state or terrorists. This is a fact and it is a fact that I question Ron Pauls patriotism or now lack of patriotism due to him condemning the killing of a major terrorist hell bent on bringing jihad to American citizens. This should be the end of his campaign and I hope his patriotism is questioned at the next debate.

Ron Paul Condemns U.S.-Backed Killing of al Qaeda Figure and U.S. Cititizen Anwar al-Awlaki - Washington Wire - WSJ

Snippet from article:

GOFFSTOWN, N.H.–Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul condemned the U.S.-backed killing of al Qaeda figure and U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki.

“If the American people accept this blindly and casually…I think that’s sad.”
You think Ron Paul is a vampire?

Did you check his long form birth certificate too? He's a whitey, so he's probably not Kenyan, but he's a very old Texan... so maybe he was born when Texas was independent...

Damn Republic of Texas foreigners!
 

johnflesh

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This is business as usual for Paul. Due process, proof, less wars, get out since we killed bin Laden... so unpatriotic. Yada yada yada.
 
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Guy was a traitor and has been working with terrorists who've attacked American citizens.
Paul defends him, and champions his cause.
Paul has bats in his belfry--- and so do all who support him.
 

Sparta

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I hope this will drive a stake in the heart of Ron Paul and his campaign. For him to condemn the killing of a terrorist, who even though was born in the U.S., was wrong and immoral and it proves that Ron Paul is inflicted with a Neville Chamberlain like pacifist attitude which would be a national security threat to the United States if he became president. As a president, Ron Paul would not defend this nation nor would he go on any offensive if America of its global vital interests was attacked by a rogue state or terrorists. This is a fact and it is a fact that I question Ron Pauls patriotism or now lack of patriotism due to him condemning the killing of a major terrorist hell bent on bringing jihad to American citizens. This should be the end of his campaign and I hope his patriotism is questioned at the next debate.

Ron Paul Condemns U.S.-Backed Killing of al Qaeda Figure and U.S. Cititizen Anwar al-Awlaki - Washington Wire - WSJ

Snippet from article:

GOFFSTOWN, N.H.–Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul condemned the U.S.-backed killing of al Qaeda figure and U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki.

“If the American people accept this blindly and casually…I think that’s sad.”
Yes, because due process is a foreign concept.