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Why drone warfare is making global headlines once again

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  • Screwdriver Casa Grande, AZ
    Sept. 28, 2012 10:29 a.m.

    While I agree with using drones during a time of war I don't agree with constantly keeping foreign populations under the constant threat of missles from above.

    How would people feel here if Pakistan kept a drone overhead to take out hostile Tea-party memebers?

    People realy have a lack of empathy for others in the US. So many don't even think how it is to live in other countries.

    I'm still looking for anyone to say they would stand pacively by as a Muslim nation invaded the US, killed the president, surrounded our natural resources and then never left.

  • Allisdair Thornbury, Vic
    Sept. 29, 2012 3:12 p.m.

    @Screwdriver I completely agree with your point of view.

    It is dad enough that we have satellites continually recording images of us. However living with the thought that some computer gamer on the other side of the world, could mistake you walking down the street as enemy and bang you and your family are dead. That is terrorism on a whole new level.

    I remember my father having plans of how we would survive an atomic war back in the 60s. It was not pleasant.

    Drone warfare sounds like Terminator to me