Although we did not have a problem with how the whole deal went down, you combine the "hit" ordered on OBL, then the missile strike on the Gadaffi compound that killed his son and now the drone strike in Yemen last week that was an attempt to take out U.S.-born radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and it would appear to stand in stark contrast to the moral grandstanding we heard out on the campaign trail in '08 regarding how elements of our war on terror did not reflect "what America stood for".
From our blog budddy Harrison:
When I heard that Osama bin Laden had been killed, I was pleased. When I learned he was unarmed, it did not trouble me (at first). Upon a week’s reflection, I think having shot an unarmed man, even someone like Osama bin Laden, was wrong. Apparently President Obama thought Waterboarding to be immoral and yet, he gave the order to have bin Laden killed. He has made no statements since bin Laden’s death about the gunning down of an unarmed person.
We're still waiting for pushback from the hypocritical left and the administration's water-carriers in the media but, of course, we're not holding our breath