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In defense of Rand on this he

In defense of Rand on this he did not say kill. He was suggesting that the surveillance capabilities would be valid in that scenario as is a helicopter currently. Personally I think the nearly assured misuse of Drones should prohibit them entirely until the debate is complete on their use in the US. Should the 4th amendment issues be cleared up and the NDAA and Patriot acts and all other unconstitutional orders and regs be repealed I would then consider the use of drones as a cost effective replacement for helicopter in non-lethal configurations only with warrant based and active scene being the only authorized times surveillance equipment could be active during a flight.

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