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Poll: 56 Percent Support Drone Strikes

GeoInSD Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 12:53 AM
So what if a majority of Americans support drone strikes or whatever. Are we a nation of mob rule where the majority oppresses the minority? If the majority thinks it is ok to skirt the Constitution, is it ok then? Do laws and government policy change with the winds of public opinion? Should there be no predictable principles and solid contracts to follow? Follow the Constitution and the laws of God and we will be ok. Enforce/ignore laws depending on how public opinion leans will lead to chaos and deterioration of society.

The leaked DOJ memo outlining the Obama administration’s legal justification for assassinating American born citizens on foreign soil has divided lawmakers in Washington, and the public at large. But the use of the drone strikes generally is actually quite popular, at least according to a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center (via The Washington Times):

"While U.S. drone strikes have faced new scrutiny in recent weeks, a majority of the public continues to support the program. Overall, 56 percent approve of the U.S. conducting missile strikes from pilotless aircraft to target extremists in countries such as...