Would this classify as “vitriolic”?
The post was here.
But the story itself is still available on the liberal website Common Dreams.
If Palin Lived in Pakistan, Could She Face a Drone Strike? — Robert Naiman
Suppose that Sarah Palin lived in Pakistan. Suppose that Jared Loughner, the alleged killer of federal Judge John Roll and Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ staffer Gabe Zimmerman, had once traveled to Pakistan. Suppose that a “credible source” told a U.S. intelligence official that Loughner, while he was in Pakistan, had met with Sarah Palin. And suppose that Sarah Palin had published a map showing Gabrielle Giffords’ congressional district under the cross hairs of a gun sight (of course, as the world knows — including, presumably, people in Pakistan – this last statement is not a supposition, but an established fact.)
Under his constitutional authority as Commander-In-Chief, under the authority granted by the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force, under any other provision of U.S. law, could the President of the United States order a drone strike on Sarah Palin’s house?