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Can’t Water Board Them, But We Can Kill Them? Media Dilemma?

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Ed Nowicki

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As if it is not confusing enough, The President condemns waterboarding as unconstitutional, inhumane and torturous treatment of suspected Al Qaeda members by the Bush administration officials, out of the “Left Side” of his mouth, then orders the execution of Americans suspected of plotting attacks against the U.S. with drone strikes out of the “Right Side” of his mouth. So this philosophy of don’t torture them with waterboarding because it is wrong, but having a Presidential “Hit List” is ok. Maybe that is akin to the President’s 2012 campaign battlecry “ Osama Bin Laden is dead , and GM is alive.” Nice thoughts right, but if Al Qaeda was as the campaign implies gone with the death of Bin Laden, then why did Al Qaeda North Africa attack our embassy and take hostages a couple of months later. Campaign rhetoric, or real world possibilities, who knows but until the so called “ Mainstream Media start acting as journalists and not campaign spokespersons for the Obama Administration. The truth is  the American people will continue to be buried in political nonsense, while our safety and the safety of all Americans world wide is at risk, because the mainstream media no longer journals events, they created and subvert them for their own hidden agendas. What do you think? Join Jimmy and Bernie this Saturday at 2:00PM for another edition of Let’s Talk Justice America, on the Blog Talk Radio Network.