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People are celebrating the fact that the Obama Administration is considering relocating the terrorists’ trial from New York to another American city. Yet there’s still no talk of moving the trial out of our U.S. civilian courts to where it should take place – a military tribunal.
Now the administration is backtracking in order to fix its initially blundered decision to try these dangerous terrorists in New York City despite the great danger and cost to New Yorkers. This scenario is all too common in Washington. The tactic is to propose something so outrageous that the public will rise up and demand common sense, and then the White House “concedes” and changes its initial decision to give the impression of newfound reasonability and moderation. But the problem still isn’t solved! The trial location debate becomes a diversion so that we’ll take our eyes off the ball. The point missed is that our President still wants to give these terrorists U.S. constitutional protections in our civilian courts, allowing them to lawyer-up on our dime.
This tactic is in the same vein as another Washington game: creating the appearance of a “crisis” in order to push for a radical solution. (“The health care crisis must be fixed by government now or we’re all gonna die! The earth’s temperature is fluctuating; government must fix this crisis now or we’re all gonna die! Private businesses made poor decisions and bureaucrats claim they’re too big to fail, so government must fix this crisis now or we’re all gonna die!”) Politicians and lobbyists announce that there is a “crisis,” and never letting a good crisis go to waste, they propose a radical solution to fix it. The public listens intently, and in a sincere desire to help, an alternative to the politicians’ radical solution gets put forward. The politicians then “concede” and mellow out their radical solution. The public’s attention has been diverted to tinkering on the periphery, all the while ignoring the real problem at the heart of the “crisis” that started the whole debate.
The fact is our government has a choice as to where to try the terrorists. We don’t have to try them in our civilian courts. The peripheral debate regarding in which city to try these evil, dangerous haters-of-America is a diversion. Let’s get back to the heart of the matter: what choice will our government make – terrorist trials in civilian courts or military tribunals? 
- Sarah Palin
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2 Response to "Sarah Palin To Obama: Terrorist Trials In Civilian Courts Or Military Tribunals?"

  1. Larry Said,

    Beautiful commentary!Go Sarah!!!

    Posted on January 30, 2010 at 1:27 AM

  2. R....... Said,

    This was written 1 month ago? How about making the decision in the now. Hind sight is 20/20 and the person making the call Does not get months to listen to the trend, what people want to hear, or what is popular.
    The "real" debate here is why do they, the terrorists, not deserve the treatment under our Constitution? we live by this paper here and I think, no I BELIEVE, that this piece of paper is a just and right law of the land. THe law does not stop at our borders. We inject our morals, our religion, our point of view into other countries daily.
    It all comes down to who are the better people? The people who do not cut corners for the popularity or the ones who would kill first and think it over later. I think trying these guys under our laws will leave no doubt that we convicted them and will put them to death with the utmost care.

    Posted on March 16, 2010 at 11:43 AM


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