You keep digging a deeper hole.
I certainly don't think "those outside of America will go along with my thinking," and I don't care whether they do or not. Can I be clearer?
Irrespective of whatever America does or does not do, Russia would have assasinated Litvinenko. Now who is being naive? That they may now try and draw some sort of moral equivalence between murdering a Putin critic with our drone program is of little import... except to folks like you.
Does anyone really believe Litvineko was planning terrorist violence in Russia?
It's foolish and self-defeating for the West to avoid getting tough because dictatorships will claim moral equivalence.
Again, there has never been any indication that you honor the credibility of personally opposing opinions and yet you seem to want to insist that America must when it comes to the opinions of well known miscreants and enemies.
Why Obama ordered the killing of Awlaki the younger is certainly a valid question which the Administration should be prepared to answer.
I can support the general concept of the drone program without giving Obama free reign to kill anyone.