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Behold the future of war.

ht tp://doodiepants.c om/2009/08/02/top-5-badass-military-robots-that-kill-people-and-blow-stuff-up/

There will be no more need to recruit soldiers for war. We will build them, air drop them into the terrorist held cities and blast them.

ht tp://w ww.youtube.co m/watch?v=WeON54DhMW4

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Liberal mantra, what's in your purse is mine. What's mine is mine! Drone killings are crimes against humanity, unless carried out under the orders of a Liberal administration!

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Drones would have been a great tool at Ruby ridge and Waco

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Tyrant? Did someone stop you from voting in the last election?

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Senate to examine privacy, constitutional issues with drones By Olivier Knox,

A U.S. Predator drone above Kandahar Air Field in Afghanistan. (Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP) The ongoing battle over President Barack Obama's expanded use of unmanned aerial vehicles is far from over. The Senate Judiciary Committee announced on Wednesday that it will hold hearings starting next week on the use of drones at home and abroad, studying the privacy implications and debating the constitutional repercussions of Obama’s targeted assassination program. The first hearing, set for March 20, is called “The Future of Drones in America: Law Enforcement and Privacy Considerations.” The second hearing, scheduled for April 16, is called “Drone Wars: The Constitutional and Counterterrorism Implications of Targeted Killing.” “Drones have the potential to assist law enforcement and other first responders, but they could also pose a significant threat to the privacy and civil liberties of millions of Americans,” Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said in a statement announcing the hearings. “This is another example of a fast-changing policy area on which we need to focus to make sure that modern technology is not used to erode Americans’ right to privacy,” said Leahy, who will chair the first hearing. No. 2 Senate Democrat Dick Durbin of Illinois will chair the second session, which will take up questions about who can legitimately be targeted for killing and under what circumstances, as well as consider “establishing a transparent legal framework for the use of drones.” “Targeted killing raises important legal and policy questions that require a public debate,” Durbin said. Witness lists for the two hearings were not announced.

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why are drones such an issue.TRUST.OBAMA LIES ,always has and always will.you flat out can not trust him on anything........BS

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This latest count exceeds the high-water mark of the 1990s by more than 500. During that decade, the growth in the radical antigovernment movement was fueled in large part by anger over the passage of the Brady Bill in 1993 and the enactment of the assault weapons ban in 1994. Now that gun control is again being hotly debated, we are seeing a repeat of that anger, and it is likely to continue to swell the ranks of antigovernment groups.

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Our data as well as that of independent researchers reflects that the country has seen an increase in right-wing domestic terrorism as the number of hate and antigovernment groups has increased in recent years.

What’s significant about the SPLC’s letter is that it makes no distinction between criminal neo-Nazi organizations that are often involved in methamphetamine production and other violent crimes and that call for racial purging and genocide, on the one hand, and ordinary people who are concerned about administration’s out-of-control spending, and attacks on religious and Second Amendment liberties, on the other hand. The people who write these letters are no fools. If their writing is ambiguous, it’s because they want it to be. How else can they convince ordinary Americans that your sweet, elderly neighbors, the ones who waved American flags at a cheerful, polite Tea Party, are just as criminally inclined as the neo-Nazis who have swastikas tattooed on their foreheads, talk about racial purification, and engage in drug-running to finance their genocidal goals?

The second reason ordinary Americans view the Obama administration with suspicion – and the reason that Rand Paul’s filibuster resonated so strong with them – is all that talk of drones. The starting point to Rand Paul’s filibuster was a letter he wrote to Eric Holder asking the Attorney General whether the Obama Justice Department believes that the President can launch drone attacks against American citizens on American soil. Eric Holder said, yes, the President does have the right to do so under certain circumstances:

As members of this administration have previously indicated, the US government has not carried out drone strikes in the United States and has no intention of doing so. As a policy matter moreover, we reject the use of military force where well-established law enforcement authorities in this country provide the best means for incapacitating a terrorist threat. We have a long history of using the criminal justice system to incapacitate individuals located in our country who pose a threat to the United States and its interests abroad. Hundreds of individuals have been arrested and convicted of terrorism-related offenses in our federal courts.

The question you have posed is therefore entirely hypothetical, unlikely to occur, and one we hope no president will ever have to confront. It is possible, I suppose, to imagine an extraordinary circumstance in which it would be necessary and appropriate under the Constitution and applicable laws of the United States for the President to authorize the military to use lethal force within the territory of the United States. For example, the president could conceivably have no choice but to authorize the military to use such force if necessary to protect the homeland in the circumstances like a catastrophic attack like the ones suffered on December 7, 1941, and September 11, 2001.

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Obama & SPLC Warn of “Right Wing Terror Attack” – Could These American “Right Wing ‘Hate’ Terrorists” Be Bombed? MARCH 11, 2013

One of the reasons that Rand Paul’s anti-drone filibuster got so much applause is because so many Americans no longer trust their government. Their lack of trust goes beyond the usual (and very real) concern that the federal government is spending America into a black hole of debt that will destroy the nation’s wealth. Instead, American citizens aren’t just worried that the government is targeting their money. They’re worried that the government is targeting them.

Most obviously, the Obama administration, working closely with state and federal legislators, is making every effort to undermine the Second Amendment. That Amendment states, in no uncertain terms that

A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

The language is straightforward: “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” The Supreme Court has held that this language means what it says. The government can maintain a standing army, but the people of America, just by being free American citizens constitute a militia.

What the Founders understood, having just fought a revolutionary war against an imperial power, is that this citizen militia exists to defend against enemies both foreign and domestic. A lot of Americans are getting the feeling that the Obama administration fully understands that bit about defending against domestic enemies and is planning to avert that possibility from every occurring.

Aside from the federal government’s planned gun grab, two other stories have been in the headlines that concern those citizens that are paying attention. First, the Southern Poverty Law Center, a group closely associated with the Obama administration, has just sent a letter to Eric Holder and Janet Napolitano (who heads the DHS) identifying alleged potential terrorist threats within the United States. At the top of the SPLC’s list? Patriot groups:

In the last four years, we have seen a tremendous increase in the number of conspiracy-minded, antigovernment groups as well as in the number of domestic terrorist plots. As in the period before the Oklahoma City bombing, we now also are seeing ominous threats from those who believe that the government is poised to take their guns. Because of the looming dangers, we urge you to establish an interagency task force to assess the adequacy of the resources devoted to responding to the growing threat of non-Islamic domestic terrorism.

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Oh he is a fucking Tyrant,,,, easy for most people to see and understand..

Mickey.

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Just:

You have refered to Obama as a dictator or tyrant on more than one occasion.

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