Good for me but not for thee

“It must be right that states are able to act in self-defense in circumstances where there is evidence of further imminent attacks by terrorist groups even if there is no specific evidence of where such an attack will take place or of the precise nature of the attack,” it says. “Delaying action . . . would create an unacceptably high risk that the action would fail and that American casualties would result.”

I see. Now change he word "state" to "individual" or "citizen" and that becomes wildly out of true with our current laws.


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