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This country would be in severe trouble if it wasn't for the ACLU. Congrats ACLU, this is a win for all citizens!
Nixon had fewer secrets than this current administration has. They constantly deny or obstruct any journalist’s attempts at reporting the news other than some self-serving fluff pieces. Transparency indeed.
These judges better not anger El Presidente otherwise they may be getting up close and personal with the drone program.
New targets for the sporting clay stations?
Had this been the previous administration, Progressives would have been headed for munity in the streets! Myiopic zeal and hypocritical of the inability to chastise the current administation.
"the CIA said that merely confirming the existence of drone records would reveal classified information." In the paranoiac (perhaps necessarily so) world of intelligence, just admitting there's a CIA is nearly a breach of security.
When reading an article, I immediately tune out at the first mention of the ACLU. Let's just say their track record doesn't exactly parallel rational thought.
The UN found that drones kill non-militant targets 18-23% of the time. Yet we give the President a Nobel peace prize and a pass on disclosure of this program?
So much for transparency in the Obama regime.
jdlellis1, the progressives I know were attacking Obama over the drone program long before the media picked up the story.
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