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People that are considered terrorists need to be arrested, not killed. They need to be locked up and first put on trial. Even if we know they are guilty. We don't do that in America, why should we do that elsewhere? Aren't we doing this whole... 7 years ago from a Socialist in Katy, TX
Only with probable cause. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Olney, MD
They should receive permission from the country, if permission is denied and reason not sufficient travel to and form the country must cut. All U.S. Citizens must be notified of these, "danger zone," country's. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Lebanon, OH
Yes, for intelligence purposes ingeneral or to attack military targets with permission from the government in question. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Muskegon, MI
Yes, but only in time of war. Absent a Declaration of War, we should not attack any other nation with a drone or otherwise. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Belle Mina, AL
No, the US has no right to assert its authority over the airspaces of another Country and its people. This practice only promotes American exceptionalism, which is founded on notions of superiority which, frankly, are unsubstantiated and based on blind... 7 years ago from a Socialist in Haverford, PA
Drones should be highly accurate, more than now. No collateral deaths should be tollerated. Our terrible history of dealing with foreign affairs have created the hell we are now experiencing and all because of our need and greed to do whatever in order to... 7 years ago from a Socialist in Sacramento, CA