Soldiers night raids in Afghanistan to require a warrant?

This story should put the finishing touches on our out of control adventure in Afghanistan. Sure, let the bad guys know we are coming. Here we go:

Re-blogged from America”s Watchtower;

 After the horrific killing of 16 Afghan citizens by Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, and the outrage that followed, Barack Obama is trying to calm the situation down and smooth over the tension that has grown between he and Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Barack Obama is in negotiations with the Afghan leader and appears willing to cede some United States authority in Afghanistan to quell the anti-American violence in the country.

  Here is one of the concessions Barack Obama has reportedly offered to Hamid Karzai:

The administration’s most significant proposed concession on night raids would subject the operations to advance review by Afghan judges, U.S. military officials said. One option under discussion in U.S.-Afghan talks would require warrants to be issued before operations get the green light

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Commander General McChrystal to Resign if Obama refuses to provide more Afghanistan Troops

Obama, a President afraid to take a stand, has been waffling on many issues since taking office in January.

Lacking leadership skills while presiding in the White House has many ramifications but none worse than if you’re risking your life on the battlefield in Afghanistan protecting the sovereignty of The United States.

Since January, Obama has been saying that we needed more troops for the “Right War”. The time has come where the Commanding General, Stanley McChrystal wants an answer and he wants it to be yes.

“Today, the military is perceiving that the administration is punting the question of a troop increase in Afghanistan, and the military is even questioning the administration’s commitment to succeed in Afghanistan. The leaking of the assessment and the report that McChrystal would resign if he is not given what is needed to succeed constitute some very public pushback against the administration’s waffling on Afghanistan.

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