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Obama’s DHS: Drones, Hollow Points, and Secrecy

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  1. While I believe we are on the same side of the argument, the author certainly has little or no clue about firearms. The explanation of hollow point bullets and the description of weapons Dianne FiendSchteen wants to ban are far from accurate. (I stopped reading at that point) Since we frequently chastise the liberal media for the same folly, it’s only fair to hold our own’s feet to the fire. If you have little knowledge of your subject matter it might be good to do some homework first, lest you confuse hollow points with fragmentation rounds and semi-auto with full-auto..

  2. Good article, but one question; You asked “There is a sniper within range ready, willing, and able to take him out. The sniper is spotted and a drone is dispatched to eliminate the threat. How is this legal?”. Would it be “legal” for a Secret Service agent to use his weapon to “eliminate the threat” if it was perceived to be a clear danger to the President? If they saw a sniper aiming at the President, knew they couldn’t get to him in time, would it be legal for them to shoot him? I believe the answer would be yes. The question on drones then becomes a technical one only. If they could use a gun to take out a sniper, how would the use of a drone in your scenario be any different? It is simply another technology.