How do you feel about giving all the rights entitled to American citizens to terrorists as well? I truly believe in treating people as human beings, but giving murderous terrorists caught on the battlefield the same rights as American citizens arrested within our borders for robbing a candy store just seems wrong to me.
Soldiers shouldn't have to be more concerned about collecting evidence for a courtroom, reading Miranda rights, etc. rather than focusing on their job: capturing terrorists without getting themselves killed.
The actions of the Obama Justice Department not only give terrorists these rights, the trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks) and others will cost New York an estimated $400 million. As if 9/11 wasn't enough pain for that city.
And don't forget, he is innocent until proven guilty (an ALLEGED mastermind of 9/11, not mastermind), so there is always the off-chance he will be let out of prison scott free on a judicial technicality, like not being told he has the right to remain silent.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) probably makes a better case than me in this video: