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Ron Paul believes President Obama should be Impeached for Killing Anwar al-Awlaki

Friday, October 14, 2011

As the editor of this blog and avid interest in politics and the Democratic process, sometimes I find myself swaying away from Obama articles and center the stories around the story of the day that may not in any way be associated with politics, such as the story surrounding Amanda Knox, an American exchange student, who was falsely accused of murdering Meredith Kercher. She was initially sentenced to 26 years in prison, but then her conviction was overturned in an Italian courtroom after serving 4 years of her sentence. Likewise, another prior story written was about a convicted murder Troy Anthony Davis servicing time in Atlanta Georgia, who has been executed by lethal injection to spite all of the doubt and reversed stories of witnesses that were responsible for putting him in jail originally with the death sentence and the lack of evidence such as the murder weapon.

This time, I would like to center this story around someone from the Republican party that has sparked my interest for a very long time, and that would be the one and only Congressman Ron Paul.
Ron Paul is a very smart man, a physician by trade and now a Congressman, but in a recent statement concerning President Obama, I'm not too sure what is reasoning was. His response was centered around President Obama who ordered a mssion that was carried out successfully to kill an American born al Qaeda official named Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen. This very well known terrorist was actually born in the State of New Mexico in the United States, and Ron Paul believes that this man should have had the right to be tried in a U.S. courtroom instead of being killed by a drone strike in Yemen last week in a joint mission between the U.S. and Yemeni governments. 
With all the respect I have for Ron Paul, he now says that the U.S. Courts should pursue a possible impeachable offense against President Obama for carrying out such a mission. Regarding how badly he has been doing against the other candidates running for President, I've supported him, and recognized his views, although I don't agree with most of them. Unfortunately, now I believe that Ron Paul has stepped way out of line with this accusation against President Obama. 
I believe that President Obama did totally consider all options to carry out such a mission against a man that was born in the United States. What President Obama realized was that this man that was killed did actively participate in activities that harm and kill U.S. soldiers, and his death is a big win for democracy. I doubt if President Obama has lost one ounce of sleep by killing this man, in the same fashion as he didn't loose any sleep by killing Osama bin Laden. 
What is alarming to me is that if Ron Paul ever became President, that he would consider not killing a terrorist responsible for killing Americans on foreign soil. He believes that this man sincerely has a right to a U.S. court and he should have the same rights as I have. It has been confirmed many times over that Anwar al-Awlaki is a terrorist is responsible for killing many Americans. Every candidate at one time or another has made statements that were just totally false or not accurate, but unfortunately now Ron Paul now joins the group promoting his twisted thoughts against Barack Obama. He seems to have 


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