Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Faisal Shahzad deserves Constitutional rights?

Glenn Beck and Judge Napolitano argued in favor of the terrorist Faisal Shahzad receiving his Constitutional rights on Fox & Friends this morning. From a Constitutional standpoint both of the above mentioned Libertarians might be correct, but from a Nation at War standpoint: Both are wrong.

Faisal Shahzad has been an American Citizen for just one year, and his "Thank You" note to the United States Government was a busted old car loaded with explosives, meant to kill thousands of innocent New Yorkers and tourists, including the Cousin of my Sister-In-Law. Does he really deserve or have a right to Constitutional rights?

"Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort". Sounds like our neighborhood-Constitutional-right-deserver has committed treason against the United States. I'm not sure, but I believe the act of treason allows for the US Government to revoke citizenship and the associated rights.

If not, Senator Joe Lieberman is suggesting a law that would allow the United States Government to revoke the citizenship of anyone who is connected with International Terrorist Organizations waging war against the United States. Perhaps we could allow one retroactive law to pass in the United States: Remember what Thomas Jefferson wrote about self preservation.

1. Faisal Shahzad should face a Military Tribunal for crimes against the United States.

2. Faisal Shahzad should be sent to Guantanamo Bay for further information to be obtained.

3. Faisal Shahzad should be executed in Times Square, with a big defaced picture of South Park Mohammad right-in-front of him.

Shahzad deserves nothing from this Nation. Don't give me the Constitution: It was never intended to protect our enemies, or worse, traitors.

All and all: We're at War! Allowing our Constitution to defend our Enemies, naturalized or not, is without a doubt insane, insulting and misguided.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What's the matter? Afraid he might be acquitted?