Mary Ann is Ann-gry
There has been a heated debate on the use of drones by the U.S. government, and whether they should be allowed to to use them on U.S. soil in extenuating circumstances. A good portion of you have said that you should never be able to kill any American without due process. I think it should be allowed, and here's why:
There are examples all around you where the government or law enforcement do things of this nature, but I'll just use one. If a cop see someone who is an imminent threat and sees no other way to neutralize the situation, that cop may take out his gun and shoot and kill the suspect. No due process, and, in most cases, the majority of Americans have no issue with this.
I got a call all the way from Ohio from a young lady named Mary Ann. She felt that I was in the wrong on drones, and tried to set me straight. How did she do?