Obama Advisers Say bin Laden Can Appeal to U.S. Courts
By Bill Sammon
Obama advisers say bin Laden can appeal to U.S. courts Barack Obama's foreign policy advisers said Tuesday that Osama bin Laden, if captured, should be allowed to appeal his case to U.S. civilian courts, a privilege opposed by John McCain.
Responding to questions from The Examiner, Sen. John Kerry and former White House counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke said bin Laden would benefit from last week's Supreme Court decision giving terrorism suspects habeas corpus, the right to appeal their military detention to civilian courts.
“If he were to be brought back,” Clarke said of bin Laden, “the Supreme Court ruling holds on the right of habeas corpus.”
Kerry, who applauded the Supreme Court ruling, said it will be carried out by whichever candidate wins the presidency.
Oh jeez, Bammikins is going to make sure the inestimable bin Laden has every comfort our justice system can offer. Bin Laden--the man that is so against American society he did everything he could to bring it down (and who cost us billions of dollars)--is going to have American taxpayers pay more money to insure his American civil rights!
Leave it to the Democrats! If you elect Bammie, he'll contribute to his own destruction of American in other ways, too. Thanks, Demmies (you'd better have all your gay folks make a plan to leave this country; homosexuals are the FIRST group radical muslims won't allow. For all the rest of you, you'd better hope your local Walmart discounts prayer rugs so you can save a few bucks.)
We good Republicans/conservatives will be the Resistance.