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February 12, 2013


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obama drone strike

Why not be the first polling company to dare to ask American citizens what they think of the NDAA law that Obama maintains gives him the power to indefinitely detain or assassinate anyone he deems to be a threat without charge or trial? Or what they think about Obama assassinating a 16 year old US citizen with a drone strike?

I heard a great deal of uproar from NPR and MSNBC types when Bush was torturing people, but virtually all of those same sources have grown silent over the drone strike issue. Have the same progressives who invoke "moving forward" now simply become cheerleaders for third world nation style powers that the leader of the US has?

I would like to know what voters from both parties and independents such as myself think about the issue. Even if it is just one state, I would love to see some polling done since I cannot find any elsewhere.

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