At one of the GOP debates, Liberal media rep Scott Pelley forgets he’s just a moderator and tries to argue with Newt Gingrich about the rule of law as applied to enemy combatants (why are Liberals moderating GOP debates? That is insane). Mr. Pelley argues these targeted assassinations are “outside of the law” because they are “extra-judicial” and not approved by a judge or jury. Essentially the same old moral posturing disguised as “constitutional analysis” we’ve come to expect from these Libs for the last ten years. Mind you, Pelley’s job is to ask questions, not argue with the candidates, but he just can’t help himself. But this isn’t Herman Cain he’s arguing with, who like most political neophytes isn’t yet sure why/what he believes and has to make it up on the fly. This is Newt Gingrich, one of the smartest and most experienced players in American politics, and there’s nothing the likes of Pelley can do to intimidate him. Here Newt reminds Pelley what is (or should be) common sense to the rest of us. If you want the protections of the U.S. Constitution and civilian courts of law, then you must SUBMIT YOURSELF to them. Otherwise you are off the reservation and deserve what’s coming to you.
“If you engage in war against the United States, you are an enemy combatant. You have none of the civil liberties of the United States.“