February 10, 2013
White House defends drone strike on Knoxville mullet
White House spokesman Jay Carney defended Sunday the Obama administration's decision to issue a drone strike on an East Tennessee haircut that went out of fashion in the mid-1990s. "This president takes his responsibilities very seriously," Carney told reporters. "And first and foremost that includes his responsibility to protect the United States and American citizens from terrible haircuts. No head of hair should be short on the front and on the sides but long in the back. America is better than that." The drone strike came days after a Justice Department memo surfaced authorizing the United States to use drone strikes on American citizens for any reason whatsoever. This is not the first time the Obama administration has delivered a drone strike against the United States. On Tuesday an unmanned combat air vehicle issued a hit on due process.
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