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pjl44 wrote:What's amazing is how many people will lament this and still cast a vote for someone who will continue this sort of foreign policy.
catefrances wrote:pjl44 wrote:What's amazing is how many people will lament this and still cast a vote for someone who will continue this sort of foreign policy.
what if they held an election and nobody came......?
mikepegg44 wrote:Yep, Obama is really interested in peace around the world.
brianlux wrote:Do the people who cause these deaths ever stopped to think what it would be like if this happened to their neighborhood?
Cosmo wrote:A question regardig using Drones as weapons:
Are the pilots of the Drones considered 'combatants'? You know, like an F-15 jockey is a combat fighter pilot and subject to the rules of engagement n the battlefield. Are the pilots in Nevada the same as the F-15 pilot in Rihad?
If so, then if enemy agents are sent her to kill him, just like they'd try to kill the F-15 pilot at his air base, and they kill him in an Olive Garden or in his residence... is that an act of war or an act of homocide?
Maybe we need to consider these things BEFORE we delpoy remote controlled weapons.
peacefrompaul wrote:My dad's buddy from the Air Force has a son that flies a drone from a desk in Montana. That is an interesting question to ponder. I would call it an act of retaliation. Isn't it creepy to think that you could be sitting in bed having a cigarette and guide an aircraft and a missile to another's death?
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