. . . that Dubya might decide you're a terrorist suspect? Because apparently now Bush believes that in some cases it might be acceptable to kill someone living in the US suspected of being a terrorist.
Suspect. Not convicted. And we've seen how many times the Government has gotten it wrong. How many people in Gitmo have been released? What about Hamdam - originally charged with being a terrorist, and now facing much reduced charges? Given the Bush admin's policy of "lock them up first, figure out if they did anything wrong much later, if at all" I would rather they not adopt a policy of shooting first and asking later.