Do we need to dismantle the drone program? | The Tylt
The U.S. routinely uses drones to kill terror suspects as part of the "War on Terror." Defenders of the program say drone strikes are held to a strict criteria and only executed with the president's approval. They allow the military to pursue and disrupt terror groups without putting soldiers in harm's way. Opponents say drone strikes are ethically wrong and counterproductive. No one—not even the president—should be allowed to summarily execute other people. What do you think?
Do we need to dismantle the drone program?
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