It's okay, though, because they were really bad men.
"As we've seen today, this is a program under which American citizens far from any battlefield can be executed by their own government without judicial process, and on the basis of standards and evidence that are kept secret not just from the public but from the courts," Jaffer said. "The government's authority to use lethal force against its own citizens should be limited to circumstances in which the threat to life is concrete, specific and imminent. It is a mistake to invest the President - any President - with the unreviewable power to kill any American whom he deems to present a threat to the country."
Last year, Awlaki's father tried to sue Obama and other administration officials to save his son's life, but the case was thrown out of court. I'm a little surprised they didn't send a drone to kill the father, too. Clearly he approves of his son's terrorist activities.